I haven't really thought of anything or talked to anyone about anything but the Oscars in the past 24 hours. Some may think this is unhealthy, I think it's completely normal. You've seen the ladies and their gowns, you've voted on your faves, and Oscar Monday has come to a close. And so, I present to you my favorites from the star-studded red carpet. This time, there was no one stand-out dress. Three ladies were Fab top to bottom, beginning with your best-dressed Heidi Klum . . .
So she wasn't up for an award. Heidi wins your best-dressed vote and mine — so that should make Heidi even more happy. Heidi confessed she worked with John Galliano on the custom Dior — that is up for auction benefiting women's heart health. I wonder whose idea it was to go over-the-top regal red. No matter, it was a great collaboration. From the high collar to the grandiose train, this dramatic gown saved the runway from a boring demise.
Her pink diamond earrings, fuchsia clutch, and candy-colored jewels brought the look to a flirtatious place. Who said you can't mix pink and red? Not Heidi.
To see who my second and third favorites are,
I forgive Penelope for not wearing the artsy Dolce & Gabbana gown I picked out for her, I guess. Chanel Haute Couture is a nice alternative — especially when it's dramatic and feathery. I've professed my love for black on the red carpet and this is the perfect example of why: It's dramatic, unique, and worn with confidence. Though it's strapless — a neckline I am so over — it's a plumage-infused one. Also, she added a splash of red with her Chopard earrings. To die.
Another stunning red-wearing winner, Heigl continues to impress on the red carpet. The fit of this crimson Escada dress is impeccable. I am very nit picky about fit on the red carpet — there is no excuse for a dress not fitting correctly. She went all out with red lips and bouncy hair and her cylindrical diamond earrings are awesome. Her waist looks teensy and her shoulders sexy — especially the left one with the circle detailing. Heigl has won me over in the past year, especially here.