While there have been plenty of noteworthy moments in Oscars history (from Ellen’s selfie to John Travolta’s pronunciation of Idina Menzel), last night’s ceremony was one for the books…let’s just say we had a flashback to Miss Universe 2015 when the wrong winner was announced for Best Picture (awk!).
Nonetheless, our favorite part of the night (besides John Legend’s spectacular performance) were the gorgeous red carpet looks. And we’re putting the spotlight on 10 of our favorites from the final ceremony of awards season.
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And the Oscar goes to…Emma Stone! Not only did she win the Oscar for Best Actress, she also killed it on the red carpet with a major throwback to the ’20s in a flapper-inspired dress and wavy hair. She also gave a nod to Planned Parenthood with a little gold detail pinned to her dress.
Harris created the perfect balance between edgy and refined with a subtle cutout, white sequins, and a pop of yellow with her glam red carpet outfit. There was no question she’d be nominated as one of our favorite Oscar looks.
There’s a reason why Monae’s always a red carpet favorite. She looked absolutely stunning last night sashaying away in Elie Saab Couture. She gave off goddess vibes in her gold crown and cinched waist, which cascaded down in perfection.
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Henson rocked the velvet trend in a classic off-the-shoulder silhouette. She flashed some skin with an Angelina Jolie leg slit and topped it all off with a statement necklace. Now that’s how you go from runway to red carpet!
Even though Larson wasn’t up for any nominations this year, she sure made a killer entrance in Oscar de la Renta. Her black velvet strapless gown stood out from the rest with a sharp v-neck line and ruffled train.
Thanks to all the amazing people who made me look fabulous tonight! My #Oscars red carpet look: Gown by @Armani Jewelry by @Niwaka_collections Clutch by @Bally Shoes by @StuartWeitzman Hair by @JamikaWilson Makeup by @AutumnMoultrieBeauty Styled by @ElizabethStewart1 A post shared by Viola Davis (@violadavis) on
You can never go wrong with a classic red gown. While Davis won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, she also won an award in our books for her powerful victory speech.
Dunst made sure to maintain comfort and practicality with full on pockets and kept it shorter in the front to show off her shoes. She’s come a long way from her Jumanji days!
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Roberts kept it both sexy and modest with her plunging neckline and demure shades. She pulls off the red hair like a natural.
This 16-year-old superstar is definitely one to watch. From her beautiful voice to her professionalism as she stayed composed even when she was hit in the head during her Oscar performance, Cravalho was oh-so stunning.
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We had to include this one because of our excitement for the premiere of Beauty and the Beast. Leslie Mann made a tribute to Belle’s classic yellow ballgown and let’s just say, she looks like a fairytale come to life!
xx, The FabFitFun Team