March 18, 2018
FAVE LOOKS FROM THE 2018 OSCARS
Oscar buzz has subsided and I can now write about my favorites from this year’s red carpet. As always, stars came out in their best looks for the most awaited and last big red carpet hurrah of every awards season. Here are my top picks for this year…
Jennifer Lawrence in Christian Dior
I really like the metallic material (and how the color changes depending on the light—from copper to gold to silver) and the cut of this dress. She looked effortlessly stunning and just so relaxed and confident. She was so comfortable in her outfit, she was able to jump over chairs in full attire. I wish I could feel and be that way every time I have to dress up for a formal occasion.
Meryl Streep in Christian Dior Haute Couture
I really liked this because I haven’t seen her look this elegant in a long time. Her look was simple but she looked so fresh and put together and her cleavage looked really good in this dress.
Fatma Al Remaihi
I didn’t really know who she was and I had to look her and her dress up. I found out that she is the CEO of the Doha Film Institute but didn’t get any information about her outfit. She totally rocked the middle eastern look. That black and gold abaya is gorgeous and the turban look chic too.
Helen Mirren in Reem Acra
Dame Helen Mirren gave everyone a run for their money in that blue Reem Acra gown. It showed her amazing figure without having to show any skin. This look is a departure from her usual cleavage bearing silhouettes but it really showcased her fabulous jewelry.
Lesley Manville in Anna Valentine
Lesley Manville is an english actress so it’s no surprise that she would choose to wear a gown from a British designer. I really like the texture of the material of this dress and the way the cuts of the fabric were put together. This look is giving me a very cool girl vibe.
That’s it! And just like that another awards season is over. Till next year again!
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