The 83rd Academy Awards was held on Sunday, February 27 at the Kodak Theatre in Holywood, California. Anne Hathaway and James Franco hosted the big event this year, which seemed to be an unlikely choice. Anyway, here are my personal picks of Best and Worst Dressed people from the Oscars.
Anne Hathaway glows in a red Valentino gown.
Jennifer Hudson looking gorgeous in Versace.
Michelle Williams is simply elegant in her Channel gown and pixie ‘do. She is nominated as Best Actress for her role as Cindy in the love-story “Blue Valentine”.
Mila Kunis, lovely in lavender Elie Saab gown.
Scarlett Johansson in a sexy magenta Dolce & Gabbana lace gown.
Natalie Portman looks radiant and lovely in her plum Rodarte gown. She won the Best Actress Award for her role as Nina in the psychological thriller “Black Swan”. Loving the tassel earrings too, by Tiffany & Co.
Reese Witherspoon is known for her ‘classic-hollywood’ style in the Red Carpet. Love the simple elegance of this and the ‘do!
Sandra Bullock looks regal in a scarlet Vera Wang gown.
Amy Adams, nominated as Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Fighter” wore a dazzling royal blue gown by L’Wren Scott and $1.35 Million worth of emerald accessories by Cartier.
Celine Dion looking fabulous in Armani.
The ever pretty Gwyneth Paltrow in a shimmering Calvin Klein gown.
Matthew McConaughey’s leading lady, Camila Alves was breathtaking in this plunging black Kaufman Franco gown.
I chose these people to be the Worst Dressed because they are either wearing gowns that are overly embellished or with unflattering additions that didn’t do anything good for their look.
Staying true to her reputation as the “weird one” in the Red Carpet, Helena Bonham Carter showed up in what seems like one her tamest looks. She is nominated as Best Supporting Actress for her role in “The King’s Speech”. The film won the Best Picture award.
Busy Philips’ gown looks too busy, indeed.
Virginia Madsen looks messy in this feathery number by Romona Keveza.
Marissa Tomei’s vintage dress failed to impress.
Nicole Kidman had a great ‘do and accessory but this Christian Dior dress just isn’t flattering. She is nominated as Best Supporting Actress for her role as Becca Corbet in “Rabbit Hole”.
Cate Blanchett is known to be fashion a risk-taker but her pale lavender Givenchy gown looks more like a wall-mirror than a dress.
Melissa Leo won the Best Supporting Actress Award for her role in “The Fighter” but her doily-inspired Marc Bouwer gown wasn’t a winner.
Who did you pick as the best and worst dressed?