As mentioned in our previous post, we actually spotted more gorgeous dresses at the Oscar after-parties than at the awards show itself. We have already featured eight (8) standout after-party looks yesterday, but allow us to add nine (9) more to that list.
No doubt, glittery gold, subtle champagne, and punches of black ruled the post-awards celebration, but a good few did veer away from the norm by wearing a color or two. Check out the famous faces who stood out in their fabulous frocks and tell us, who do you think had the best after-party look of the night?
Kate Bosworth in Giambattista Valli
Ever the style star, Kate Bosworth did not disappoint when she attended the Vanity Fair Oscar After-Party. The beauty donned an exquisite creation by Giambattista Valli that was simply dreamy. A gold Rauwolf clutch, Casadei sandals, and a braided updo finished her look and kept it on-point:
Jennifer Lawrence in Calvin Klein
If the Dior gown Jennifer wore to the Oscars red carpet blew you away, then the glittery gold Calvin Klein number she wore to the party will most likely make you swoon. We actually cannot find the perfect words to describe just how good she looked in the dress because she simply rendered us speechless! Seriously, WOW is all we can say:
Selena Gomez in Versace
Selena Gomez sure sizzled in her Versace gown at the Vanity Fair Oscar After Party. The former Disney darling looked all grown-up and sexy in the corset-detailed number; we can hardly find any fault in the whole get-up. Can you?
Amy Adams in Oscar de la Renta
Amy Adams kept the drama going with another Oscar de la Renta gown at the after-party. But instead of layers and layers of tulle, the red-haired beauty switched to a glimmery gold piece that made her skin glow:
Naomi Watts in Emilio Pucci
Another celebrity who outdid herself at the party – Naomi Watts. True, she sizzled in the asymmetric Armani Prive gown on the Oscars red carpet, but the black-gold sequined Pucci dress she wore to the post-awards celebration was nothing short of showstopping!
Diane Kruger in Giambattista Valli
One of the few ladies who can actually get away with wearing even the most unflattering silhouettes is Diane Kruger. The German actress wore a black and white Giambattista Valli frock that was all poufy and printed. But get this, Diane wore it like a style star and she simply looked fabulous!
Elizabeth Banks in Alexander McQueen
One of the few ladies who opted to wear color the other night was Elizabeth Banks. The actress chose a tangerine-hued strapless dress by Alexander McQueen that came with an insanely flattering silhouette. She styled it with a printed belt and an updo for polish:
Alessandra Ambrosio in Zuhair Murad
Another Zuhair Murad muse at the event was Alessandra Ambrosio. The supermodel chose an elaborate piece from the designer’s collection that featured gold embroidery and sheer insets. The dress was seriously divine, and putting Alessandra in it just made it all the more amazing:
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Valentino
Last but not least of our standout looks at the event was Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. The supermodel opted for a frou frou ruffled Valentino in pale lavender. Layers and layers of ruffles can be overwhelming, but Rosie managed to wear it like a pro and came out stunning:
Well dolls, did you enjoy the slideshow? Who do you think had the best look or dress of the night? If you weren’t able to catch Part 1 of the list, check it out here.
And before we end this post, allow us to leave you with a few more exquisite designer dresses to fall in love with. You can find these frocks at Net-A-Porter if you feel like splurging:
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