Saturday, March 1, 2014

Oscar Outfits for the Stars, My Choices

Jennifer Lawrence
DIOR Haute Couture

Julia Roberts
Armani Prive'

for Kate Hudson, 
I couldn't resist & I think she's presenting.

Cate Blanchett
Nina Ricci
(with underpinnings)

Angelina Jolie
she's presenting
Elie Saab

for her to do something different, softer but still STAR quality

Elie Saab

Amy Adams
Donna Karan

Sandra Bullock

Meryl Streep
Carolina Herrera
I would love her to be a bit more edgy & I think this hits the spot

well, this about covers it...
except for my personal commentary about the films.

I think Jerad Leto should win as Best Supporting Actor from Dallas Buyer's Club,
the film is so very dark and tragic and his role was key.
not Matthew McConaughey, he actually played himself 40 lbs. lighter.

Leo DiCaprio because he should have won for The Departed, 
it's his time.

Cate Blanchett, but Meryl should win.
just seeing her in her 1st scene in this movie makes one understand just how brilliant she is.

I truly disliked Gravity.

& I think 12 Years A Slave will win Best Picture
because of Brad Pitt, who definitely deserves it.

you see, I'm not at all biased am I?



Elizabeth Day said...

I do totally love the Carolina Herrera dress for Meryl Streep. Great selections! Still haven't seen 12 Days... and agree about Matthew. Sunday night will tell. Can't wait to read your review as I will be traveling and will miss it all.

Peggy said...

That Marchesa gown is TDF! I can only hope Sandra Bullock will be so lucky....

VM Creation Atelier said...

So beyond excited choices of you.... Wow!!!
Adore Carolina Herrera gown and yes,I see this for Maryl Streep too:)))
And,SO exquisite Ellie Saab dresses for Angelina!!! Oh,SO fantastic!!!

As I said early,I saw already 12 years slave movie and it's really hard drama and one of the best movies....

Wishing you relaxed weekend,my dear friend,

Sandy at You May Be Wandering said...

LOVE the Elie Saab dresses and the Armani Prive...can't wait to watch!!

Have a lovely weekend, Marsha! xoxo

Lauren said...

These dresses are so beautiful! I love that black and white one!


Eliza Beth said...

The black and the lilac Elie Saab's were my two favorites! Can't wait to see what everyone wears tomorrow, how they do their hair, jewelry and makeup, all of it:)

Susan Hawthorne said...

love your choices- especially the Armani Prive! Short and sassy! Too bad we can't really dress them???That would be so much fun!!! Susan @ romancing the home

zanetastyle said...

The first door look is very fun, young and short! Love it ... Great looks Marsha(:

Marsha Splenderosa said...

Thank you SO much! I love it too.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

I just want her to wear something other than satin.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

I so value your opinion.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

I would wear one to WATCH the awards show tonight.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

Me too, me too, me too.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

I always look at the details.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

Oh, how I wish I could do that !!

Marsha Splenderosa said...

I'll definitely be interested in seeing Jennifer Lawrence as she must weat Dior.

therelishedroost said...

Okay you may style me any day !! Gorgeous and so fitting for each lovely leading lady I must say! What fine taste
you have!!

DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family said...

Your red carpet looks are illusive, my friend.
The Dior!
The Carolina!
The stylists to the stars should be green with envy with you eye for Oscar night elegance.
I was as disappointed in Gravity as I was in All Is Lost. I kept looking for "Wilson' to float by.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

I'm dying with laughter, Lynne. Yep, both those films are awful. And, Wilson would have added tremendously to both. I couldn't finish "All is Lost," even though I love Robert Redford. Gravity was just so ho-hum I cannot imagine it for Best Picture.

Marsha Splenderosa said...

I had so much fun doing this. So, now I waiting to see WHAT they actually do wear.
Not too much longer now....

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

I am looking forward to seeing all of the beautiful dresses! I hope that you are having a great week!

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

I love your choices for tonight's Oscar gowns. Or at least what we hope and dream the gowns may be. To inspire us all to reach beyond our usual designer favorites. I wrote a poem about a young Emma, a fashionista just on the brink of fame, one day I will share it on my blog. But for tonight I hope to see the very confident actresses wear exquisite yet to be noticed brilliantly designed oscar worthy fashions. Or vintage Valentino is always a personal favorite.

Personally I was mesmerized by Cate Blanchett in Blue Jasmine, she excelled at a woman in the throws of a nervous breakdown and I want her to win best actress. Other than this voiced opinion I really have no strong award choices. Will enjoy the show with Ellen hosting, while we again for the 18th time this winter are blanketed with a major snow storm.