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Monday, February 28, 2011

Oscar Nights "Best Dressed"

Alright everyone, not only is it Mama Bos' annual "ironing night", but it is also that time of year when we get to see some true Hollywood Glamour. Here are some of our favorites from last nights Academy Awards.

We can't start out without mentioning the lady of the night, Ms. Anne Hathaway. It is obvious that it was a very red 'red carpet', and Anne started us off right with this vintage scarlet Valentino gown. With the ever-popular designer in arm, it was quite quite an entrance. It was our personal favorite of the EIGHT outfit changes she had throughout the night...

 We haven't seen the movie "Winter's Bone yet, so this years breakout actress and lady in red, Jennifer Lawrence, was a new and fresh face for us to look at. With minimal jewelry and a seemingly perfect figure, she really looked like an elegant bombshell in this Calvin Klein Collection gown.

We won't mention the Country Strong performance of "Coming Home" by Gweneth Paltrow, but her Calvin Klein metallic gold gown, on the other hand, was something to talk about. This dress really pulled out this stars true beauty.

Last, but most definitely not least, we have the stars of Black Swan. Mila Kunis captured her role as a ballerina perfectly in this Elie Saab chiffon and lace lavender gown. Not only was her hair and makeup just as stunning as the dress, but we have to give her props for keeping that cleavage under control. Job well done, Mila.... you looked beautiful.

Best dressed. Best hair. Best makeup. Best "baby bump"... Natalie Portman takes the Academy Award for all of the above with this custom Rodarte off-the-shoulder maternity dress. I don't think it was an upset or surprise when she took away the Oscar for Best Actress. She looked glowing. Not to mention, I think we all appreciated her well-practiced acceptance speech. Didn't tug at our emotions too much, but I think she did a great job with thanking all the right people, especially the ones that sometimes go unmentioned.

1 comment:

  1. i always remember the oscars as mama bos' annual ironing night!! :)