ICYMI, the 2017 Oscars went down last night and some of our fave ladies (incl. Best Actress winner Emma Stone) hit the red carpet in seriously mega outfits, delivering fancy outfit-inspo for days. If your seat next to Ryan Gosling got lost in the post but, you know, you’ll settle for that spring wedding you’ve RSVPed to, here are 9 Oscar-approved outfits that’ll nail you best-dressed status at all your big-deal events this year.
Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima brought the heat at Elton John’s viewing party in a slammin’ white Elisabetta Franchi gown. Plunge neckline + cut-out waist + scarlet lippie = winning party look.
Go 100% angel vibes in this structured split column dressA dress (also known as a frock or a gown) is a garment consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice (or a matching bodice giving the effect of a one-piece garment). with subtle side cut-outs. Add some bold mules and look-at-me ear bling for winning style.
All hail lady in red Alessandra Ambrosio who stole all the stares at the Vanity Fair after party in an asymmetric corset dress. Bonus points go to the matching heels and uber-glam megawatt bling.
Yep, your BNO just went next level with this super-glam off-shoulder dress with strap detailing. Take notes from AA and match with a scooped-back pony and some XXL earrings.
Alicia Vikander brought major flamenco vibes to the red carpet in a black lace Louis Vuitton dress, all gorge tiered skirting and ruffles galore. Crushing hard on those dainty half-sleeves <3.
That red dancing emoji? Yep, basically you, but chicer in this black ruffle maxi skirt. To keep the vibe fancy, keep it all-black everything with a strappy cami, simple choker and strappy heels.
Drum roll please… and the award for the most goals getup ever? Obvs, Best Actress winner for La La Land, Emma Stone, in this golden-girl gown from Givenchy Haute Couture. The sparkly bodice and mega tiers of fringing seal the deal.
For the fanciest of all occasions, it’s all about this A Star Is Born maxi dress with beauts beading and floor-swishing fringing. Keep all eyes on the gown by pairing with a messy updo and barely there heels.
Felicity Jones brought the pretty in the dreamiest, frothiest Dior gown. The wrap front, teensy straps and tulle skirting were the style slam-dunk.
For a fresh BNO alternative to FJ’s dress, this River Island midi scores all the gorge points. Wear the sheer pleated skirtA skirt is a tube- or cone-shaped garment that hangs from the waist or hips and covers all or part of the legs. The hemline of skirts can vary from micro to floor-length and can vary according to cultural conceptions of modesty and aesthetics as well as the wearer’s personal taste, which can be influenced by such factors as fashion and social context. Most skirts are self-standing garments, but some skirt-looking panels may be part of another garment such as leggings, shorts, and swimsuits. with a lace corset body – it’s love.
And the glammest in all the land? Hailee Steinfeld in a sheer, halterneck Ralph & Russo gown with lush all-over embellishment. Bonus points go to the floor-dusting neck-tie train.
If you’re all about the glam vibes, but not about the
￡￡￡, this ASOS embellished midi dress is the perf alternative. Add some black mules and a box clutch for a winner.
Joan Smalls amped up the sassy at the Vanity Fair viewing party with this electric blue number with off-shoulder, plus cut-out detailing. The pièce de résistance? The chunky baller choker with all the sparkles.
And for the perf party alternative to Joan Smalls’ red-carpet number? This indigo mini dress with cutesy cold-shoulder detailing. Finish with patent ankle boots and a puffer for those cool-girl vibes.
The crown for red-carpet stare-stealer goes to actress Ruth Negga for this coral, custom-made Valentino beauty, all lace-panelling and stunning high-neck. She finished the look with a plum lip and drop earrings.
Undisputed cool-girl Zo? Kravitz made a case for showing skin at the Vanity Fair party in a plunge-back, floor-length slip dress (with super-dreamy embroidery detail). ZK finished the look with old-school Hollywood beauty: think side-swept locks and a classic red lip.
t’s all heart-eyes for this ASOS high-neck dress in a more versatile midi length. Wear with chunky platform boots for the ultimate drinks-with-girls getup.
Copy Zo? and go for the lingerie-as-outerwear vibe for your next big-deal occasion. And trust, this strappy ASOS lace maxi dress brings all the sass.