The Oscars may have bombed, but the red carpet was full of showstopping fashion. We’ve narrowed down our Top 10 Best Dressed and now it’s your turn to vote. Who deserves the Oscar for Best Dressed? Is it Camila Alves, who knocked it out of the park in her perfectly fitted ebony ballgown, reminiscent of Gwyneth Paltrow’s pink Ralph Lauren Oscar gown circa 1999?
Or are you hot for these heart-racing crimson numbers? Sandra Bullock did the bustle in red Vera Wang. Jennifer Hudson flaunted her newly svelte bod in tangerine Versace and Oscar host Anne Hathaway first hit the red carpet in and with Valentino.
On the other end of the color spectrum, Gwyneth Paltrow was statuesque in her modern Calvin Klein Collection silver sheath. Oscar nominee Hailee Steinfeld was age-appropriately sweet-chic in a blush-toned, tea-length Marchesa masterpiece, while Mandy Moore charmed in Monique Lhuillier.
Lavenders and blues also graced the Oscar red carpet. Mila Kunis beat out friend and Black Swan co-star Natalie Portman in the purple department as she reigned in lacy lavender Elie Saab. Red carpet host Giuliana Rancic rocked a painterly Christian Siriano gown and Cate Blanchett, per usual, knocked it out of the fashion park in the palest purple Givenchy Couture. But who takes top prize?
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