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Best of the 2014 Oscar Awards Fashion

Usually it is easier for me to choose my red carpet favorite dresses, but for the 2014 Oscars there were too many stunning gowns that I had trouble narrowing it down. Here is a list of some of my favorite Red Carpet looks from this past Sunday, and a few that I felt missed the mark.

Kate Hudson looked beautiful in this Atelier Versace gown which was very reminiscent of "old Hollywood."

Lupita Nyong'o is no stranger to wearing colorful dresses on the red carpet. She looked like a true star accepting her best supporting actress Oscar for 12 Years a Slave in this light blue gown by Prada.

Charlize Theron is one of my favorite red carpet actresses, and I love this black Dior gown on her.

Cate Blanchett looked stunning in this Armani gown when she accepted her win for Best Actress in Blue Jasmine.

I really loved the simplicity and styling of this Calvin Klein Collection dress on Naomi Watts. She looked beautiful and fresh, and the "spider web" statement necklace really pulled it together.

Amy Adams looked amazing in this navy blue dress by Gucci. This classic and sophisticated look was beautifully represented by an Oscar nominee. Her beautiful Tiffany's earrings added a little flare of color to balance the dark hue of the dress.

Lastly, Olivia Wilde could not look better in this simple, black Valentino gown. She looks stunning for being pregnant, and truly glowed on the red carpet. 

There were a few looks that I felt missed the mark on the red carpet. I was not a big fan of this Givenchy dress on Julia Roberts. The lace detailing over the chest and the peplum are overwhelming and look drab compared to some of her previous looks. 

Anna Kendrick's dress by J. Mandel is also overwhelming to me. Between all the see-through cut outs and detailing, and her exposed leg, it is hard to focus the eye on the whole dress. Overall I find this dress too busy, and it doesn't do her justice. I do love her clutch though.

She did look fabulous at the Vanity Fair party afterwards in this beautiful dress by Atelier Versace.

I hope you all enjoyed watching the Oscar Awards, and enjoyed the fashion just as much!

Until next time,
Photos from Vogue.com & Fashionista.com

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