Oscars Fashion Crib Sheet

The Oscars red carpet is something fashionistas look forward to all year – it’s like the Superbowl of the fashion world. Favorite stars can exceed expectations and walk the carpet in the most beautiful gown you have ever seen. It is truly one of the greatest and most watched art shows on earth.

We’ve already made the case that the red carpet during awards season informs fashion trends for the rest of the year, and even Cape Cod will see the impact of the choices and styles seen on the Oscars red carpet in particular right here in our local boutiques.

Here are the trends that stood out in brief:

Color: white/cream and gold combination (and pops of red).

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Emma Stone in Givenchy wore the most popular color combination of the night. (E! News)

Material: velvet

Neckline:  turtleneck, mock turtleneck, bows, chokers

Trend: girl power and statements

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Besties and dates Michelle Williams and Busy Phillips rock the velvet, neckline and girl power trends

 


Accessory:
head band/crown

Sleeves: long sleeved

Ruth Negga for going bold with red, but the Valentino gown looks rumpled up top and the Victorian neckline feels too severe at the Oscars on February 26, 2017. (Christopher Polk/Getty Images)
Ruth Negga in the second most popular color of the night – red. Her Valentino dress was also long sleeved, high necked and the perfect back drop for her to show her support for the ACLU (Christopher Polk/Getty Images)