Cape Town (and Other Fashion Victories at the Oscars)

Okay, can we talk about the Oscars for a second? I’ve never actually watched an award show in my  life, but they are the perfect time for a fashion moment. So, earlier today I was on my iPhone app as usual, and went to vote for my favorite “look of the day” as I do every day, and my jaw literally dropped at the first picture that popped up. It was Gwyneth Paltrow in that Tom Ford dress-and-cape gorgeousness.


Of course, I voted for her in the poll. She can pull off a cape better than any model. This then prompted me to head over to the website and check out what other celebs wore to the Oscars. Although I personally think that no one topped Gwynnie, there were some other fashion victories to be had.

A close second was Judy Greer wearing Monique Lhullier. I believe my exact words were, “I would go lesbo for her. Just to wear that dress.”

Esperanza Spalding. I have no idea who she is or who her dress is by, but it’s the ultimate dream prom dress and I really want it.

Kristin Wiig really brought it in this J. Mendel. She looks beautiful.

Stacy Keibler. Never heard of her, but I’m loving her Marchesa.

Jessica Chastain’s Alexander McQueen is flawless.

I love Kelly Ripa’s Carolina Herrera, but something seems a little off about it. Maybe it’s not quite Oscar worthy?

What do you think of these dresses? Is there another celeb whose look you loved?

I’m not typically one for men’s fashion, but Pharrell Williams is lookin’ gooood in his Lanvin.


2 thoughts on “Cape Town (and Other Fashion Victories at the Oscars)

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