Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji. I think the detail work is extremely flattering and I love how the dress looks on her. Plus my Mom wore Shoji to both my and my sister's weddings!
Ellie Kemper in Armani Prive. First off she is ridiculously adorable; every interview I've ever seen she just seems like that girl you know who is the nicest person you've ever met.
You know the kind of girl who brings you baked goods when you are sick not because she's a
Martha Stewart wanna-be trying out the latest design she saw on Pinterest but because she genuinely wanted to bring you cupcakes. I think the colour of the dress was less harsh on TV than in this picture, but it was just a gorgeous colour on her and the subtle makeup and pulled back hair with the sparkly rust was just beautiful.
Penélope Cruz in Giorgio Armani. I didn't see this come down the carpet but flicking through the photos I stopped. I love, love, LOVE the sky blue, slightly periwinkle colour of her dress. I'm not a huge fan of trains but it is mostly the colour I'm all about here.
Maya Rudolph in Johanna Johnson. I love Maya's hair. I think the dress could be so much better is the belt was a bit higher or cinched in a bit more. The bust as it is is not that flattering on her. Love the styling though.
Wendi McClendon-Covey in Simin Couture. Her hair and makeup was so pretty when she was getting interviewed. I remember saying outloud "I love her hair." In fact I'm pretty sure I tweeted her to tell her, too (yes I'm that girl). Not a huge fan of the dress but I think the colour is really flattering on her.
Who were your best dressed/styled at the Oscars? Notice I say *best* and not worst. Don't get me wrong I love to hate on hot messes as much as the next girl but I think I will leave that to Joan, Guilianna and Kelly. There is enough negative stuff in cyber-space so I'm choosing to keep it a love fest! Is that okay?
Speaking of love fest one of you is going to LOVE your new Hold Your Haunches leggings! Click back to my HYH review post to see if you won!