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Red Carpet Hot

Award season has officially begun. With Oscars, Golden Globes, Emmys, SAG Awards, VMAs and Country Music Awards, the next couple of months are an equivalent to a fashion marathon of year-in-review gowns.

One can argue the barrage of looks and designers easily rivals the prestige of nominees and winners. It would be unlikely to match acting chops of the stars walking the red carpet, but the styles inspired by their gowns can easily make it into your wardrobe.

Here are this season’s top trends and our picks to emulate them.

Photo courtesy of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Photo courtesy of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

 

Black is the New Black

Never underestimate the power of the dark side. Not only flattering on everyone, black will also make anyone appear thinner and chicer in an instant. Both Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Bryce Dallas Howard recently rocked black gowns; you should too.

 Sleeveless High/Low Lace Dress by ML Monique Lhuillier
Sleeveless High/Low Lace Dress by ML Monique Lhuillier
Available at Nordstrom
Photo courtesy by Nordstrom

Ethereal

Soft and gentle, the ethereal look is an incredibly charming statement that effortlessly emphasizes the power of a lady. Case in point - Kristen Dunst and Cate Blanchett. Our lineup offers colorful interpretations of the style that screams of femininity.

 My Life Gown at Philipp Plein
My Life Gown at Philipp Plein
Photo courtesy of Philipp Plein

 Vivanette Embroidered Gown at DVF
Vivanette Embroidered Gown at DVF
Photo courtesy of DVF

 Embellished Sleeveless Gown by Terani Couture
Embellished Sleeveless Gown by Terani Couture
Available at Nordstrom
Photo courtesy of Nordstrom

Print and Pop

The red carpet is seeing a stream of prints, setting the tone for a bolder but stunning awards season. Both Marisa Tomei and Alicia Vikander opted to embrace the audacious pattern with the bravado of a serious fashionista. This season there are plenty of options for like-minded enthusiasts. Here are some to consider.

 Metallic Jacquard Cutout Side Gown by Tory Burch
Metallic Jacquard Cutout Side Gown by Tory Burch
Available at Bloomingdale’s
Photo courtesy of Bloomingdale’s

 Sleeveless Floral Skirt Gown by ML Monique Lhuillie
Sleeveless Floral Skirt Gown by ML Monique Lhuillie
Available at Bloomingdale’s
Photo courtesy of Bloomingdale’s

Sun bright

Arguably the hardest hue to pull off, shades of yellow are having a moment. Olive skin beauties like Jennifer Lopez and America Ferrera can dazzle in this intimidating color, especially if paired with a pop of a red lip. Still scarce, the yellow gowns are well on their way to a covetable status.

 Strapless Ruffle Gown at BCBGMAXAZARIA
Strapless Ruffle Gown at BCBGMAXAZARIA
Photo courtesy of BCBGMAXAZARIA

 Strapless Ruffle Back Gown by Nicole Bakti
Strapless Ruffle Back Gown by Nicole Bakti
Available at Bloomingdale’s
Photo courtesy of Bloomingdale’s

 Ameliya Crochet Detail Flare Bandage Gown at Herve Leger
Ameliya Crochet Detail Flare Bandage Gown at Herve Leger
Photo courtesy of Herve Leger

Something Blue

Way sexier then the matronly vibe it’s been associated with, the “new” blue affords one the chance to stand out in a crowd without looking garish. Refine and elegant, just like Julianne Moore and Kate Winslet, who are its big fans, behold our selection that dives deep into the blue.

 Lace Yoke Gown by Badgley Mischka
Lace Yoke Gown by Badgley Mischka
Available at Bloomingdale’s
Photo courtesy of Bloomingdale’s

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