Oscar Red-Carpet Fashion: Best And Worst

Everyone wanted to look amazing at this year's Oscars, and it was definitely a night for actresses to grace the red carpet in red or some shade of white. Some people did it right, while others left a lot to be desired.

Here are our picks for best and worst of Oscar fashion:


Sarah Jessica Parker: The "Sex and the City" star loves to look like a ballerina, but she knows how to do it right and make sure she looks sexy.

Natalie Portman: Breaking the night's trend of red and white, she showed up in shocking pink. Portman looked sophisticated and fresh.

Marion Cotillard: Sequins and tulle can be a horror show, but Marion is French and therefore made her party frock work.

Zac Efron and Robert Pattinson: These guys know how to work a tux and screamed old-school Hollywood style.

Angelina Jolie: She wasn't wearing a muumuu. Plus, the combination of her black dress paired with those emerald earrings was shocking in the right way.


Miley Cyrus: Decked out in a sparkly, tiered white gown, she looked like she was auditioning for the role of Cinderella at the Magic Kingdom.

Kate Winslet: She likes the bandage-style dress, but at this point, it's getting a little tired. And the weird lacy, sequined detailing wasn't an improvement.

Tilda Swinton: She never embraces traditional styles and sometimes looks bizarre. Plus, her hair, skin and the top half of her dress all matched.

Beyoncé: She looked like my great aunt's couch!

Amy Adams: Her red gown with geometric black detailing was strange and not flattering. How disappointing!

What did you think of the red-carpet fashion? Do you agree with our choices, or did we miss the mark?