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Fashion Police: The Oscars 2013 Red Carpet Fashion

Feb 26, 2013

The Oscars are THE red carpet fashion event of the year and this year didn't disappoint. See our picks below for how wore what and who were the definite fashion winners!  Check out Kidzworld's picks for best dressed and tell us what you think! 

OLD SCHOOL GLAMOUR

We can't enough of old school Hollywood glamour - the retro waves, red lipstick, diamonds and a classic ballgown. It's all so glamorous! Our favourites from last night were Jennifer Lawrence, Selena Gomez, Jessica Chastain and Anne Hathaway. Beautiful!

Jessica Chastain looks like she's from the 1940s!Jessica Chastain looks like she's from the 1940s!Courtesy of The Oscars

Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Couture looking like a princessJennifer Lawrence in Dior Couture looking like a princessCourtesy of The Oscars

Anne Hathaway is pretty in pink wearing PradaAnne Hathaway is pretty in pink wearing PradaCourtesy of The Oscars

Selena Gomez rocks the red carpetSelena Gomez rocks the red carpetCourtesy of The Oscars
 

IN A LEAGUE OF HER OWN

Youngest Best Actress Oscar nominee Quvenzhane Wallis is only a kid but obviously needed an extra special dress for the occasion. The stylish nine-year-old chose a striking blue gown by Armani Junior and best of all - she accessorized it with a cute doggie handbag. We want! 

Quvenzhane Wallis in Armani Junior and dog purseQuvenzhane Wallis in Armani Junior and dog purseCourtesy of The Oscars
 

BRIGHT STARS

The trend this year was pale coloured, nude and sheer dresses - so pretty but some of it can start to look a bit....WEDDING DAY. There, we said it.  Now this is the way to stand out in a crowd - pick a bright, bold colour and run with it! Reese Witherspoon's daughter picked out her peacock blue gown - kids really do know best!

Fan Bingbing rocks out in hot pinkFan Bingbing rocks out in hot pinkCourtesy of The Oscars

Solange Knowles wows in canary yellowSolange Knowles wows in canary yellowCourtesy of The Oscars

Reese Witherspoon in Louis VuittonReese Witherspoon in Louis Vuitton gown her daughter picked outCourtesy of The Oscars
 

MOST FUTURISTIC

 Naomi Watts looks like someone from the future in her amazing silver gown. It looks hard to sit down in...

Naomi Watts is from the future in ArmaniNaomi Watts is from the future in ArmaniCourtesy of The Oscars
 

JUST PLAIN GORGEOUS

All of these are just so darned pretty, we can't help but stare. Which one is your favourite? 

Amy AdamsAmy AdamsCourtesy of The Oscars

Emma Roberts  in Oscar de la RentaEmma Roberts wearing gorgeous gold in Oscar de la RentaCourtesy of The Oscars

Lily Collins is true blue lace and sequinsLily Collins is true blue lace and sequinsCourtesy of The Oscars

Kristen Stewart wears pretty lace in Reem AcraKristen Stewart wears pretty lace in Reem AcraCourtesy of The Oscars

Natalie Portman in DiorNatalie Portman in DiorCourtesy of The Oscars
 

WEIRDEST SHAPE

It kind of looks like something is hanging onto the back of Diane Krueger's dress. Or someone.....

Diane Krueger in a triangle dressDiane Krueger in a triangle dressCourtesy of The Oscars
 

WORST 

WHY would you wear this to the most photographed red carpet event of the year? 

Nicki Minaj in a yikes! dressNicki Minaj in a yikes! dressCourtesy of The Oscars
 

Have your say

So which ones were your faves? Do you agree with our picks for best and worst

 

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