This Year’s Underrated Oscars Looks

The 89th Academy Awards ceremony happened this past weekend. It was a night when movie stars and celebrities put on their most elegant suits and dresses to come together. There were so many beautiful dresses worn on the red carpet, but I’m going to talk about the stunning ensembles you may not have noticed. I won’t be talking about Hollywood’s darling, Emma Stone’s stunning Givenchy dress or Tiffany Jewelry.



First lets talk about Cynthia Erivo’s  amazing floral dress. The Tony and Grammy award winning performer wore a gown designed by Paolo Sebastian Sebastian. All I can say is WOW.  This statement dress screams “I’m here” and fits perfectly with her platinum silver hair.


Now lets discuss Riz Ahmed’s dashing blue suit designed by Ermenegildo Zegna. The Rogue One star arrived to the awards show dressed on the same level of any of Hollywoods leading men. This suit would be perfecto for a formal event on any galaxy no matter how far far away.


Viola Davis. The second African American women to when an Oscar and a Tony. The first black actress to win and Oscar, an Emmy, and a Tony. The star of the How to Get Away with Murder. Everything about her is elegant in inspiring. She arrived on the red carpet in a stunning red gown by Armani Privé, she did not stop there. After the show she wore this angelic white suit to Vanity Fair after party and dance all night.


This dress worn by Miranda July is source of Oscars fashion controversy. I is a part of worst dressed list and best dressed list. People say it is out of place and doesn’t match the other gowns displayed on the red carpet. However this dress suits July. The patterns and the sheer fabric make you wonder if it was from a different era and the short underskirt reminds you that we’re  living in 2017. The Robbins add an element of quirk that makes this dress hard to forget and her short curly locks complete the look.



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