Over the last few years, commentary on award show fashion has become so vile and negative it completely turned me off. Let’s face it, if on our best day we looked like these women do on their “worst,” we would be delighted. In the spirit of positivity and elevating women, instead of knocking them down on one of the biggest nights of their lives, we are focusing on the extra special looks and the lessons we can learn from them.
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Big Surprise. Could she be any more beautiful? And she wore white gloves. She’s flawless. Going chic and classic doesn’t have to be boring.
He’s not bad either.
One of the best looks of the night. She rocks this pants look with style and confidence. Taking a risk pays off.
A dress with a sleeve is gorgeous at any age. For more mature women, a sleeve can sometimes look like a matronly mother-of-the-bride dress. This works because she balances the conservative sleeve with a sexy neckline. She’s consistently flawless and always looks like herself in every interaction. Talk about aging gracefully.
Hi Katie. Welcome back. Love the color, love the dark eyes, love that she doesn’t look like everyone else on the carpet.
She’s a movie star. She knows she’s a movie star. This is what a movie star should look like. Once I finish writing this, I am immediately Googling a detailed account of her workouts. The lesson here? Go glam when you can.
Yellow is a hard color to pull off but Leslie Mann does it beautifully. The pop of green is unexpected, fun and plays well with her personality.