.oscar trend alert: aj’s very favs.

Ah yes, I must admit this is a bit of a superfluous list. Without cohesiveness, these are my favorite gowns of yesteryear (err…yesterday). Though I’ve blogged about Oscars 2013 trends here and here, I needed to mention my very favs. Some of these looks are from the Academy Awards, and some are simply from the parties celebrating the occasion. Agree or not, scope out my list below and let me know your thoughts!

Photo by Digital Spy

Photo by Digital Spy

Hands down #1 is the iconic, incomparable, irresistible Jane Fonda. At 75 years young, Jane wowed in this canary Versace number. Forever my hero.

Photo by PopSugar

Photo by PopSugar

Speaking of incomparable, let’s touch on Namoi Watts for a moment, shall we? She was simply flawless in this Armani Prive gown. The unexpected neckline and luxurious fabric dazzled on the red carpet.

Photo by Lifestyle.Yahoo

Photo by Lifestyle.Yahoo

British personality/fashionista Louise Roe was ethereal in Monique Lhuillier. I loved the delicate, feminine detail.

Photo by Tom and Lorenzo

Photo by Tom and Lorenzo

Jessica Chastain easily graced every Best Dressed List with this glamourous Armani Prive number. Her mega-watt smile (clad in perfectly red lipstick) made her even more beautiful.

Photo by Digital Spy

Photo by Digital Spy

Zoe Saldana was both flirtatious and delicate in Alexis Mabille garb. I could have done without the belt, but the ruffles and layers were charming.

Photo by Styleite

Photo by Styleite

Molly Sims dazzled in this sleeved Temperley London number at Elton John’s Oscar party. She looked confident and regal all at once. A total knockout.

Photo by Fashion Gone Rogue

Photo by Fashion Gone Rogue

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was a pink goddess in this Valentio dream, but she mixed in a naughty element with the black choker. Spotted at the Vanity Fair Oscar party, Rosie was impeccable as always.

Photo by OK Magazine

Photo by OK Magazine

Lily Collins brought the right amount of intrigue in this beautiful Zuhair Murad dress. Shimmering in blue, the contrast of the top and bottom of this gown were captivating at the infamous VF Oscar bash.

Photo by IBI Times

Photo by IBI Times

My favorite wildcard of the evening, Diane Kruger was a welcomed breath of fresh air at the Vanity Fair party. Decked in a Giambattista Valli frock and amazing Louboutins, I was completely excited by this look.

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