The Oscars were last night, and these were the most gorgeous dresses we saw on the red carpet.
Jessica Chastain wore a showstopping, sparkly gown to the Oscars that gave off all the mermaid vibes. If you ask me, she might win the best dress of the entire night.
Kirsten Dunst shone in her vintage Christian Lacroix Maison gown. Red is her color!
Lupita Nyong’o always knows just what to wear. We don’t often see her missing from best-dressed lists, and this year’s Oscars are no exception. In a glittery gold gown, Lupita stole the show.
Jennifer Garner looked stunning as usual in her custom Brandon Maxwell gown. She knows how to bring the class!
Mila Kunis looked absolutely stunning alongside her husband Ashton Kutcher at this year’s Oscars. If you could get past how adorable the two were for a minute, you’d notice she had on one of the best gowns of the night.
Zendaya is basically a permanent resident on the best-dressed lists, and she continued her reign at the Oscars in this two-piece set that perfectly balances masculine and feminine energy.
Rachel Zegler was finally given an invitation to the Oscars. Luckily, she had a gorgeous black Christian Dior gown on hand and was ready for this moment.
Sometimes fashion is all about owning the look you have on. Aunjanue Ellis pulled off this orange gown like it was easy.
Lily James’ baby pink Versace Gown brought the ooohs and aaahs the moment she stepped out onto the red carpet. And with all the beautiful lace combined with her stunning diamond necklace, it’s easy to see why.
Maddie Ziegler may have been one of the younger attendees to this year’s Academy Awards, but with her classy black gown, you might not have known it.
Saniyya Sidney looked breathtaking at the Oscars. Her bright pastel dress was a perfect match for her sunny smile.
Red carpets can be hit or miss, but these ladies read the occasion right and mastered the task in gorgeous gowns fitting for the Academy Awards.
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