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By Angela Skane, St. Petersburg High
The Oscars awards ceremony is celeb fashion’s best night. This is one night of the year when most everyone avoids taking over-the-top risks and aims for simply beautiful; it’s my favorite night of the year. The stars get practical, aiming not to steal the show with their attire but rather their achievements. It’s wonderful. But, as in any other award show or red carpet affair, some people are losers, fashion and otherwise. Here are some winners and losers:
Emma Stone: Whoah, there. Easy A, deep breath. After I stopped being distracted by Stone’s over-excitement, I was distracted by the giant red bow protruding from her neck. It took me a good minute to even find her head with that bow there. Stone’s red dress would have been beautiful minus the bow. Less is more, less is more. This is the Oscars after all. Simple and elegant are key. The vibrant red was a bit harsh against her pale skin, though; a lighter, more elegant dress would have complimented her tone much better. She needs to chat with Penelope Cruz next year for help finding a dress color for her skin.
Milla Jovovich: Stunning. Elegant. Perfect. Milla epitomized Oscar fashion. The white and silver Elle Saab dress glistened whenever light hit the fabric. At the Oscars you can never go wrong with white. The one-shoulder design had enough detail to embellish the dress but not so much that it was overdone (see Emma Stone).
J-Lo: I don’t even know where to begin, so I’ll start with NO. Just absolutely NO. What was she thinking when she picked this dress? Obviously she wasn’t. Was she trying to feel young again? I mean, she looks perfect, but come on. Her chest was over exposed, the shoulder cutouts on the dress were not pretty, and she is a curvy Latina; the lines in the dress did not compliment her shape. She by far looked the most under dressed for the occasion. Stop fighting the aging process, J. Lo, embrace it.
Penelope Cruz: Kudos to Cruz. Even before we heard her beautiful Spanish accent, she was stunning. The blue custom Armani dress really complimented Cruz’s skin and hair color; she looked like she was glowing. The off-the-shoulder dress was fitted on top with a full bodied skirt. It was very Spanish ballroom dancer. I wonder if she would let me borrow the dress for prom?