Matthew McConaughey's wife Camila Alves truly stood out in her tailored blush gown. The cape gave the structured silhouette an edge without making it look too costume-y.
Pretty in pink was SO last year. Anne Hathaway showed her edgier side in a fitted black gown by Gucci with rockstar embellishments.
The world has been waiting for this look! American Hustle's Jennifer Lawrence rocked a scarlet red Dior design with a understated peplum detail.
Julia Roberts' Givenchy gown incorporated peplum and lace in a tasteful and classic way.
You gotta love a Hollywood Glam moment. Kate Hudson, America's Sweetheart, attended the Academy Awards in a Deep-V Versace gown with a beaded cape. Shouldn't everyone have a look like this stowed away in their closet?
Last year, Jenna Dewan-Tatum was rocking the red carpet in black lacy shift with an adorable baby bump! This year, she displayed her love for ruffles, tulle, and all things girly in this faux-strapless gown (it has sheer sleeves—with gemstones, nonetheless!) by Reem Acra.
Like Giuliana Rancic referenced, any negative comments regarding black dresses at the Oscars should be retracted, ASAP! Oscar presenter Charlize Theron's figure was fabulously displayed in an architectural gown by Dior in the famously slimming hue that purely screams high fashion.
In a crisp and clean silhouette put together by Calvin Klein, Naomi Watts snagged a spot on our best-dressed list!
Amy Adams dressed for herself—and apparently that means dressing well without a Deep-V! The American Hustle star worked a minimalistic navy blue gown by Gucci and Tiffany's jewels.
Awards show after awards show, Lupita Nyong'o topped every best-dressed list around. And at the 2014 Oscars, an event where she took home the coveted Best Supporting Actress award, the trend continued. The celeb walked on stage to accept her honor in a custom Prada gown in Nairobi blue that will inspire more prom dresses than you can even imagine. And that headband? Even Blair Waldorf would be jealous of that!
Another maternity fashion win for Olivia Wilde. What, you didn't think she could outdo the mermaid ensemble from the Golden Globes? Well, sorry to all you skeptics, she did. Olivia (and her bump) showed up on the carpet in a high-neck Valentino gown with a simple white vertical stripe tracing the back of the garment.
The Great Gatsby won a costume designer award tonight, so you now understand why we adore anything with an art deco vibe. Kristin Chenoweth gave Daisy a fashion upgrade in this strapless (super sexy!) Cavalli gown covered with intricate beaded designs.
A Versace halter top that doubles as a train?! Yes, please! That's what Jada Pinkett Smith rocked on the Oscars red carpet!
Meryl Streep is a legend—and she certainly looked like one at the Academy Awards! The cream and black color combo in that figure-flatting cut is timeless!
Cate Blanchett's romantic Armani gown, fixed with eclectic sequined and beaded details, could have been conjured up in a fairytale-like dream.