84th Annual Academy Awards: The Red Carpet

The Oscars

Oscar Poster 2012

The night of opulence and the winners in the Red Carpet of the most watched event of the year, The Oscars! Before the show begins, the first sight of the gowns that could be beautiful and hard to forget or horrendous and beg for our memory to erase.

Mila Jovovich

Mila Jovovich impressed the opening of the red carpet with this delicate and ornamented with clear crystals dress.

Giuliana Rancic

Giuliana Rancic wore an elegant gown with a daring silhouette and matte silver tones glowed tonight in the red carpet.

Penelope Ann Miller

Penelope Ann Miller, she brought back the 1930s with her participation in the French film, The Artist. She honored the golden era of silence    film into the modern era. The only downfall was her hair-do, personally I didn’t go crazy for it.

Maria Menounos

Maria Menounos wore a classic Grecian inspired gown. It is a beautiful gown, but a safe choice.

Rose Byrne

Rose Byrne is the sequence queen. The noir gown filled with sequence made her stand out in the carpet.

Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain left behind her Marylyn Monroe character in The Help to own the red carpet with this artistic golden and dark dress.

Ellie Kemper

Ellie Kemper gown matched her hair!

Judy Greer

Judy Greer broke the sweet and expected gown to embrace the clean cut Bauhaus philosophy written here.

Melissa McCarthy

Melissa McCarthy wore a beautiful gown with a delicate fabric, but I would take out the sleeves and this gown would have scored a 10; however, it’s an 8/10.

Viola Davis

Viola Davis one of my personal favorite nominees of tonight’s award show, certainly stands out in this elegant dark green dress that is      spectacular with her skin tone. Perfect!

Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams dress had potential, but it achieved to be a red lamp.

Rooney Mara

Rooney Mara…this dress is tedious and too close to her skin tone. If its not a dark gown is this blah white one.

Octavia Spencer

Octavia Spencer this would be  beautifully photographed and a huge plus if you hold the Oscar for Best Supporting actress tonight. I love this gown, it’s classic and very elegant.

Kristen Wiig

Ms. Wiig, not again? Lovely dress, but the color is too close to her skin tone.

Emma Stone

Emma Stone wears an elegant gown very similar to Nicole Kidman a couple of years back, but the bow is kind of too big for my taste.

Jennifer Lopez

Another dress that sleeves should have not been there….don’t get me started on this repetative hair-do.

Anna Faris

I  Didn’t know Rose Byrne has a blond twin? Too similar to the Bridesmaid actress look.

Tina Fey

The lead actress from the comedy show, 30 Rock brought a timeless look during the red carpet.

Gwyneth Paltrow

Take off the cape! This dress looks delicate and simple.

Penelope Cruz

Penelope Cruz brings the era golden days of Hollywood cinema with this entire look. It’s very nostalgic.

Sandra Bullock

The 2009 Best actress did not shine with this gown. I can see there was a good idea, but it became two thoughts in one. The belt would have shined if the dress had a nicer silhouette and if it would have been an entirely black dress.

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie surprised me this year actually wearing a different style of gown. Finally, I was not exhausted by the same tedious look.

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One comment

  1. FV · February 28, 2012

    A Day later, I must say that Angelina wore a beautiful dress, but I truly think she’s too skinny to point I think she’s not healthy. It did not help that she showed her leg with the knee popping like a 3-D scene. I hope she’s ok.

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