It's hard to think of anything but the Oscars this week, but these ladies did their part to distract us from the matter at hand. Though we can always expect red carpet-worthy style from Kate Hudson , the free-spirited star keeps us on our toes with surprising looks like a plunging yellow Emilio Pucci  blouse.
Some of the ladies that are sure to knock us out come Sunday, like Amy Adams  and Lupita Nyong'o, certainly didn't take this week off to rest. By stepping out in winning dress after winning dress, the nominees reminded us that we have a lot to look forward to in two days no matter who takes the statue. See all the looks we love on some very chic ladies.
Any question that jumpsuits have a place on the red carpet were answered by Naomie Harris's lace design at LoveGold's Oscars event.
At Vanity Fair's America Hustle bash, a hot-pink hue matched the sexy silhouette of Amy Adams 's Vivienne Westwood  dress.
Michelle Dockery joined her Non-Stop costars on the carpet for the film's LA premiere in a flowery Dior design.
Lupita Nyong'o never strikes out on the red carpet, least of all when wearing Lanvin . This sexy metallic tube dress was perfect evidence of that point.
Kate Hudson  mixed things up with separates, including a plunging Emilio Pucci  blouse, at Bulgari 's Decades of Glamour party.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker  debuted her SJP Collection shoes by pairing army-green sandals with a complementary pink dress.
Kate Beckinsale  did Dior proud in the label's blue and black cocktail dress while attending the Hollywood Domino Gala.
Naomi Watts  was honored by Bulgari  and for good reason. The Altuzarra-clad actress wears the label's jewels well.
Chloë Sevigny  was the epitome of chic in a ladylike black and white design at the Bates Motel premiere.
At the NAACP Image Awards, Kerry Washington continued her streak of chic maternity looks with an off-the-shoulder Thakoon  colorblock gown.