Unfortunately, I felt like most of the dresses last night were a big ole' yawn. I get it, it's not exactly the night you want to take a major fashion risk, it's the Oscars. Timeless and classic is pretty much the only way to go at the Oscars. Luckily I like classic looks, so here are my picks.
Jennifer Garner.... that dress is amazing! Perhaps you look too comfortable in it. The whole point of us watching at home in our PJ's is so we can relish in the fact that we can 1) breathe, 2) move, and 3) exhale. That dress could have been a little tighter, no? We'll give you a pass because you're so cute and sweet. And you obviously look amazing.
Can you believe Helen Hunt wore H&M? Proving you don't have to spend a fortune on a great gown - she looked great. (The $700,000 worth of jewels probably helped too.)
There were a couple of dresses that were ahhhmazing but I didn't think they really ended up on the right person. Example: I loved Jennifer Aniston's Valentino gown, but it kind of wore her instead of her wearing it. Maybe I'm wrong on that one, and she does get points for doing something different!
I didn't choose an overall Best Dressed because I personally didn't feel anyone totally knocked it out of the ballpark. (I think reporters probably over-dramatized a few looks making them sound a little more fabulous than they were so they had something to talk about on TV.) I know Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway were the big stars of the night, but both of their looks bored me a little, although JLaw still made my list. Perhaps I might change my mind once I watch Fashion Police! We shall see!
Alright, that's a wrap on this year's Oscars!
Who were your faves? Did I leave anyone out?