The Oscar 2013 Red Carpet

Hello, Jessica Chastain! She looks stunning in this Armani Prive copper tone gown. The gown is actually much darker, but the flashes made the dress look lighter than it is. The Oscar nominee earns 10/10 for bringing back old Hollywood in 2013.

Jessica Chastain in Armani

Jessica Chastain in Armani

Amy Adams graced the red carpet with a classic princess dress by Oscar de la Renta. It is beautiful, but I have seen it in the past by other amazing actresses at the Golden Globes: Sarah Jessica Parker and Eva Longoria. I do credit that she did not wear a nude color dress. Grade 7/10 because I have seen it before.

Amy Adams in Oscar de la Renta

Amy Adams in Oscar de la Renta

Les Miserables actress, Samantha Barks could have looked for a better gown than this one. I was not impressed with this sexy attempt with the long cleavage…blah 5/10. It’s the Oscar’s, wear something more glamorous.

Samantha Barks

Samantha Barks

Zoe Saldana looks wonderful in a couture gown by Alexis Mabille. My only critique for this mermaid gown is the belt because I found it unnecessary considering the main focus of this gown is the winter flowers around the chest area. Final grade 9/10.

Zoe Saldana in Alexis Mabille

Zoe Saldana in Alexis Mabille

Kerry Washington in Miu Miu is an ideal choice for the Oscars. The option of wearing a jeweled top gown with minimal make up and no jewelry is light and perfect. Grade 10/10

Kerry Washington in Miu Miu

Kerry Washington in Miu Miu

The starving Oscar nominee, Jennifer Lawrence arrived in a rose brocade mermaid gown by Dior Couture. The hilarious actress made it clear during her brief interview with Seacrest that she was nervous, hungry, and excited to attend the Oscars. She reminded me of what a princess in a modern-day story would look like and she earns a worthy 10/10

Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Couture

Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Couture

The gown…says it all. At least it was not as wacky as earlier years 3/10 Helena Bonham Carter in Vivienne Westwood.

Helena Bonham Carter in Vivienne Westwood

Helena Bonham Carter in Vivienne Westwood

Jennifer Hudson in Roberto Cavalli. I really do not think anyone at this red carpet can look sexier than Hudson tonight. It is hard to take your eyes off from her. The gown hugs her body in right places and she looks sleek. 10/10

Jennifer Hudson in Roberto Cavalli

Jennifer Hudson in Roberto Cavalli

Another average choice at the red carpet is Anne Hathaway in Prada. The bust area has an odd cone shape and the color is washing her off. 5/10, but her performance at Les Miserables is beyond 10/10.

Anne Hathaway in Prada

Anne Hathaway in Prada

If the red carpet became a woman than Jennifer Anniston in Maison Valentino made it possible tonight. She earns an adorable 8/10 because she could have done something else with her hair though.

Jennifer Aniston in Maison Valentino

Jennifer Aniston in Maison Valentino

I thought Adele made a bold move to improve her style choices at the Grammy’s, but tonight…her tedious potato sack returned with crystals. I am not impressed by this poor choice. Adele ages with these gowns, but she earns a 1/10 because this is just boring and I have seen her wearing this type of dress way too many times!

Adele in Jenny Packham

Adele in Jenny Packham

Halle Berry’s dress without the shoulder pads would have been better, but not amazing. 7/10

Halle Berry

Halle Berry

Salma Hayek in a velvet gown by McQueen. I’m not a fan of her hair-do on this occasion because the dress already has a heavy neckline of the and her hair is also up…not great. Final grade is 8/10

Salma Hayek

Salma Hayek

Sandra Bullock in Ellie Saab is a wonderful choice for the Oscars and my final grade is a deserving 7/10.

Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock

Queen Latifah is always the “Queen” for a reason because she knows how to wear a gown with elegance. I love this white dress with crystals by her shoulders and the v-neck line is beautiful for the Oscar’s. My final grade is 10/10

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah

 

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