The Academy Awards Style Story 2019

The 91st Academy Awards this year, not only saw some fabulous and well-deserved wins, but The Oscars 2019 red carpet looks were anything but boring! The sole fact that the most popular color on the red carpet wasn’t red or black, but pink shows how exciting this year’s style story was! From glamorous gowns to striking suits, there was a lot of color on the red carpet this year. From purple to pink to bright yellow to reds, there were quite a few head turners at Hollywood’s biggest awards ceremony. Here’s a look at some of the most standout red carpet looks this year at the Oscars!

 

Jemma Chan-Oscars-red carpet-style-2019

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Gemma Chan looked pretty in pink as she donned a highlighter pink Valentino Haute Couture gown with tiered taffeta pleats. She balanced off the bright pink with the perfect minimal Bulgari jewellery.

 

Spike Lee-Oscars-red carpet-style-2019

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And the award for the best tribute goes to Spike Lee as he paid homage to Prince. The purple Ozwald Boateng suit along with Nike shoes and rings that say “love” and “hate” had just the amount of style inspiration needed.

 

Kacey Musgraves-Oscars-red carpet-style-2019

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Say hello to millennial pink as Kacey Musgraves too brings pink on the red carpet and how! She went the glam way in a light pink Giambattista Valli voluminous tulle gown, the highlights being the three-tiered skirt and the flared sleeves.

 

Charlize Theron-Oscars-red carpet-style-2019

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Charlize Theron shows us how to do minimalism on the red carpet with a long-sleeved periwinkle Dior Haute Couture gown. She let that bold back and tons of Bulgari jewels do the talking!

 

Nicholas Hoult-Oscars-red carpet-style-2019

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And the Oscar for the coolest jacket goes to, none other than, Nicholas Hoult. This man sure knows how to stand out in a crowd of black tuxedos in style. The striking Dior jacket with decorative pleats is surely a red-carpet winner!

 

Rachel Weisz-Oscars-red carpet-style-2019

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Did you ever think wearing a bright red latex capelet would work with a jewelled headband? We didn’t, but, Rachel Weisz proved us so wrong. She rocked the red carpet look in a bright red Givenchy gown, which had a cap sleeved top and a pleated embellished tulle skirt. She had her accessories on point with a red clutch and Cartier jewels worn as a headband.

 

Emilia Clarke-Oscars-red carpet-style-2019

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This beautiful Games of Thrones actress took everybody’s breath away as she made a dramatic hairstyle debut at the Oscars this year. Emilia Clarke looked as stunning as ever, as she arrived in sculptural lavender, metallic Balmain gown, along with middle parted, slicked brown hair, and minimal jewellery.

 

Jason Momoa-Oscars-red carpet-style-2019

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Who said only women could pull off pink on the red carpet? Jason Momoa does it better than most of them. Our beloved ‘Aquaman’ made a smashing entry into Dolby Theatre, L.A., in the night’s favorite color, and how! This blush pink and black suit has our heart and of course, who can overlook that Karl Lagerfeld-designed matching hair scrunchie?

 

Stephan James-Oscars-red carpet-style-2019

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Stephan James definitely knows how to rock an all red customized velvet 3-piece tuxedo. Designed by Etro, he paired this red-hot dapper look with A Swarovski earring as a brooch, a David Yurman bracelet, and white boots.

 

Elsie Fisher-Oscars-red carpet-style-2019

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Elsie Fisher was the most dapper teenager in Oscar town, as she ditched overly sophisticated for her age or too girly dresses for a smart three-piece suit! At 15, this girl knows how to rock a suit on the red carpet, adding a creative and stylish touch with that box bag, graphic eyeliner & heeled booties.

 

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