Oscars 2013 – Best dressed


Jessica Chastain In Armani Privé
The rose-colored gown shows off her figure, while the beading keeps the eye moving. Though simple, her bold red lips add a punch of color.


Samantha Barks In Valentino
The “Les Miserables” actress had our attention at hello. While black is certainly basic, that plunging neckline and stunning necklace certainly got our attention.


Naomi Watts In Armani Privé
“The Impossible” actress does high drama right! Silver sequins and cutouts make the perfect statement for a nominee — sexy, eye-catching and sophisticated.


Naomi Watts In Armani Privé
“The Impossible” actress does high drama right! Silver sequins and cutouts make the perfect statement for a nominee — sexy, eye-catching and sophisticated.


Helen Hunt In H&M
“The Sessions” star is wearing H&M on the red carpet. That’s amazing in and of itself, but additionally, the navy hue shines against her tanned skin tone, and her statement necklace pops off her column gown.


Jennifer Lawrence In Christian Dior Couture
The “Silver Linings Playbook” actress goes for high drama, and it works. The strapless neckline and fitted bodice are simple enough to contrast the voluminous skirt. Her upswept ‘do and diamonds (the backward necklace!) add just a little necessary sparkle.


Nicole Kidman In L’Wren Scott
The Australian actress is stunning in liquid sequins. We love that she went a different route than usual with a dramatic train.


Charlize Theron In Christian Dior Couture
The details in this sleek, gorgeous gown have us looking twice. The V at the neckline, the beaded peplum and the train only add to an already elegant look. And that pixie! We love it.


Kerry Washington In Miu Miu
We tip our hats to the “Django Unchained” actress for taking a risk on the red carpet. Her beaded, coral dress was an oasis in a desert of pale hues. The red clutch played up all the berry tones in her look, and her easy hair and makeup let that dress steal the show.


Renee Zellweger In Carolina Herrera
Liquid sequins are a trend on this Oscars red carpet, and for good reason. They add shine without going over the top. The “Bridget Jones Diary” star chose a simple tank-style dress and added interest with a ruby-colored clutch and bracelets for a perfect ensemble


Queen Latifah In Badgley Mischka
The actress is stunning in this white gown. The V neckline highlights her décolletage while also framing her face, and the train is just enough drama to make waves. Her pink lips and slicked-back ponytail are the right details for such a sleek look. Brava.


Jennifer Aniston In Valentino
We are thrilled that the star eschewed her usual black for such a vibrant color. The simple, strapless top and loose hair were casual, while the princess skirt was just dramatic enough for the Oscars.


Zoe Saldana In Alexis Mabille Couture
It’s rare to see a gown with this much detail on the best-dressed list, but the actress really pulls it off. Her simple hairdo and minimal makeup let the floral embroidery take the spotlight, while the ombré detail at the hem keeps the eye moving.


Sally Field In Valentino
Graceful and elegant, the “Lincoln” actress stuns in red.


Halle Berry In Versace
The Oscar-winning actress works bold shoulder pads like an expert. The vertical stripes keep the eye moving to her lovely décolletage and trim waistline.


Emanuelle Riva In Lanvin
The “Amour” star wore one of our favorite looks of the night. The turquoise gown and cape are far and away one of the most elegant Oscar looks ever. Completely timeless, and reminiscent of Gwyneth Paltrow ‘s look last year.


Giuliana Rancic In Rafael Cennamo
The TV personality’s hair is a nice change. The black gown is elegant, yet understated and all the couture-like detail adds curves.

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