While being in a foreign country, I may be up on all the happenings with the Pope (or lackthereof), but I am not with the current American culture (I’m not complaining…) So forgive me that this post is so late, but here are some of my favorites from the most recent Oscars. I was very impressed with all the great looks–keep them up, ladies!
Kelly Osbourne in Tony Ward Couture
This dress is so awesome!
Naomi Watts in Armani
Stacey Keibler in Naeem Kahn
Khloe Kardashian in Kaufman Franco at an Academy Awards Viewing Party
Jennifer Hudson in Roberto Cavalli
Sandra Bullock in Elie Saab
Salma Hayek in Alexander McQueen
Sally Field in Valentino
Alicia Vikander in Elie Saab
And a little more current, a friend just sent me this link, “Worst Dressed at the Conclave.” Classic.
Last night I had the pleasure of sitting in on about an hour of the 2013 Golden Globe Awards. Let’s be honest, I don’t really care who wins any awards, I just want to see the dresses! Here are some of my favorites:
I thought Jennifer Lawrence‘s dress was pretty simple, but I loved her hair.
Kristen Bell in Jenny Packham
I really like this dress, although it looks a little dis-proportionate on Miss Bell…
I know it’s a little eclectic, but I like the navy and black and sequins and pleating..okay maybe it is a little much…
Francesca Eastwood in Pronovias
I think this is really lovely and would be perfect for bridal.
Naomi Watts in Zac Posen
This one is my absolute favorite!
Who were some of your favorites last night?
I am all about wearing skirts and dresses to Mass on Sundays when possible. However, the jury is still out in many Catholic circles about the modesty of a strapless dress. I have lots of friends who have no qualms about wearing a strapless dress, even for a wedding, and I have many friends who wouldn’t wear a strapless dress in front of their husband (okay maybe an exaggeration but you get the picture). Until this past semester I would have definitely said I am not a proponent of the strapless dress, however I am now open to considering it.
The final project for my tailoring class was to make a strapless dress–this way we would learn the skills to produce the inner structure of a garment that would keep a strapless dress up. And I must say, one of my biggest problems with strapless dresses is that they are so often not flattering–they just don’t fit. But seeing this strapless dress on me, made for me and fitted perfectly, it is much more flattering and covers a lot more than I initially thought.
I can’t foresee me wearing a strapless dress anytime soon, so I have come up with a couple ways I would wear this dress. Whether you have inherited a strapless dress and you are against them, or you are fine with wearing a strapless dress but want to keep warm this winter–check out these styling options.
Blazer and Costume Jewelry
Cardigan and Belt
What are your thoughts on the strapless dress?
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