November 2019

20 Best & Worst Oscar Looks

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Worst: Anne Sophie Boin
Two words: garbage bag. Let this be a lesson to us all. Recycling products you have at home may have been fun for the Anything-But-Clothes frat party but in real life, it’s called cheap and trashy.

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Best: Melissa McCarthy
We’ve been waiting for the Best Supporting Actress nominee to pick a bold red carpet gown and she has finally done it! She wore a Marina Rinaldi gown embellished with silver jewels on the waist and neckline. She finished the look with a clutch and customized shoes by Brian Atwood, her best friend from high school. Atwood wrote on her sole, “To my best friend, plus Oscars and the date.”

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4 Responses to “20 Best & Worst Oscar Looks”
  1. SHELLEY R ZUREK says:

    I find your choices “Ageist”. 4-5 of your 9 Worst were women over 45. Coincidental…I don’t think so.

  2. diane says:

    Are you for real? Do you seriously believe that Jolie looked good in that stupid dress? The dress wore HER, she did not wear the dress. And what’s with the leg? Her leg looks scrawny, like a little boy’s leg.

  3. diane says:

    And you seriously have to be on drugs to say that Sandra Bullock’s dress wasn’t great, but that Rooney Mara’s was. Do you people need glasses? Sandra’s gown was elegance personified. If it had been “tight” as you want, it would not have the drape it has, nor would the gold detailing be so well highlighted. And it is original, another star for this dress. You didn’t see this on everyone. Marchesa (Bullock) and Tom Ford (Paltrow) were the real winners in the fashion department.

    Rooney’s dress looks like the designer forgot to finish the top of the dress. It seriously looks like it is inside out, not exactly the grunge look you want on the red carpet. It hangs poorly, and is completely unflattering, and not helped by that ridiculous hairstyle.

  4. Melissa Meyers says:

    Shelley and Diane,

    Thank you for your comments. I always appreciate feedback, especially when there is a different point-of-view.

    To Shelley’s comment regarding potential ageism in my commentary – I am 47 years old and proud of it!

    I wish you a wonderful weekend.

    Best,

    Melissa