The Oscars – 2010
The Oscars – 2010
Sandra Bullock – wore Marchesa in a golden satin mermaid gown with beaded accent. A Fabulous dress with an old Hollywood feel to her side sweep hair and makeup. I would like to have seen Sandra in a yellow-based red lipstick to compliment to look rather than the one chosen.
Miriah Carey – wore a blue one-shoulder gown cut down to here and slit up to there. She is a beautiful woman that could look Fabulous.
Pennelope Cruz – wore Donna Karen couture in red satin. The asymmetrical bodice and pleating made this a Fabulous selection.
Moley Cyrus – wore Jenny Packham but she must have forgotten her blouse. The bustier did not work for this slump shouldered teenager. It was beige and boring.
Cameron Diaz – wore a safe Oscar de la Renta strapless beaded gown and went with the look of all of the recent events – side sweep hair.
Tina Fey – wore Michael Kors. The one shoulder beaded sheath was basic in design and could have been in the back of her closet for years.
Maggie Gyllenhaal – wore Dries Van Noten and looked like a roll of Christmas wrap that should not go under the tree.
Mariska Hargitay – wore Vera Wang and looked Fabulous. This strapless navy gown with subtle ruffles on the skirt and train would have made her late mother – Jane Mansfield proud if she could have seen her daughter.
Neil Patrick Harris – wore perfection. His sequin jacket with satin lapels was completed with subtle stripes. I want a jacket like that.
Faith Hill – wore black and looked beautiful. The strapless gown with lace accent under the bust with matching lace peeking out of the high slit of the skirt was Fabulous.
Queen Latifah – wore a pink one shoulder satin gown with wandering jeweled accent trim. This was a dress fit for a Queen – Queen Elizabeth – the only thing missing was the matching hat and purse.
Jennifer Lopez – wore Giorgio Armani Prive in pink silk organza with a side sweep train. Bless her heart, she was wearing a train wreck; too ugly to watch but can not turn away.
Rachel McAdams – wore Elie Saab in soft tones and flowing chiffon. This strapless gown could have been a tie-dye disaster yet the craft project was a Fabulous execution
Demi Moore – wore Versace and looked Fabulous. The strapless gown with a waterfall of ruffles complementing the high slit skirt of the gown was Fabulous in flesh tone.
Helen Miren – wore Badgley Mischika and looked Fabulous. This soft tone and flowing fabric looked old Hollywood. The dress was perfect for the mature women, offering sheer coverage of the arms to keep the allusion alive. The Choppard necklace completed a Fabulous look.
Sarah Jessica Parker – wore Chanel and look like she should have been on the top of a wedding cake. With the Fabulous figure she has, why would she pick up her satin sheet and drape it around her like she was coming out of her bath and head to the Oscars???
Nicole Riche – wore Reem Arca. It must have been part of the caftan collection. This black and silver boat neck with flowing sleeves and train would be better for lounging.
Meryl Streep – wore Chris Mark, a white gown that could have been her bathrobe she threw on and belted since she was running late??? Next time take the shoulder pads out.
Charlize Theron – wore tacky in the night’s hottest color, pink. She looked like she was going to an interview for an upscale escort service. The bodice accent swirls were to distracting and too matchy in color with the train.
Sigourney Weaver – wore Lanvin in red. The one shoulder red silk with black belt and jeweled shoulder was Fabulous for this statuesque woman.
Kate Winslet – wore YSL beautifully. The structured bodice with soft skirt was beautiful. The side sweep hair and structured bodice has had strong showing on all of the award shows of this season.