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Oscars 2017: The Best Dressed

Alas, awards season has finally come to an end and what an ending it was (envelope guy, you had one job, one job!), but before we roll away the red carpet for another year, let’s have a look at last night’s leading ladies as they took to the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for the 89th Academy Awards, otherwise known as the Oscars.

It wouldn’t be a best-dressed list without Emily Jean “Emma” Stone. This girl can do no wrong. From her retro waves to terracotta lips to the divine Givenchy dress, Emma nailed the old school Hollywood look that we so desperately miss. Uh, it’s all topped off with Tiffany & Co jewellery too. Amen to that.

Emma Stone, Best Actress, Oscars 2017

Oscars 2017, Emma Stone

Felicity Jones looked like a princess bridesmaid which is normally not a look we would go for, but who doesn’t love a little tulle? This Dior dress is delightful and we love the cropped length too.

Felicity Jones, Oscars Best Dressed 2017

Felicity Jones, Oscars 2017

Never one to not pull out the stops, Taraji P. Henson va-va voomed in velvet. We aren’t even one bit sorry we typed that. We love velvet, we love off-the-shoulder and we love Cookie, that is all.

Taraji P. Henson, Oscars 2017

Taraji P. Henson, 2017 Oscars

It wouldn’t be like us to fawn over the French way of dressing now, would it? Isabelle Huppert is dreamy in Armani Privè and can we just point out that fabulous ear cuff? I mean, just how do the French do it?

Isabella Huppert, Oscars 2017

Isabella Huppert, Best Dressed Oscars 2017

Isabella Huppert, Oscars 2017

“After the show it’s the after party” and we are swooning over Kate Bosworth’s J. Mendal gown. More tulle and more velvet. *faints*

Kate Bosworth, Vanity Fair Oscars After Party, 2017

Finally, Kate Hudson’s chantilly lace Cavalli Couture gown was simply stunning.

Kate Hudson, Vanity Fair Oscars After Party 2017

Commiserations to those who didn’t make the cut, there’s always next year.

Over and out.


P.S Bill Paxton, we love you.😢

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