50 shades of berry! Dresses in varying hues of blue, red, purple and pink painted a very noticeable color trend on the red carpet for the 2018 Academy Awards. While most stars knocked it out of the park, like Nicole Kidman wrapped up in a navy Armani Prive gown, many came out looking plain rotten. Click on for more fashion hits and misses from this year's Oscars.
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Jennifer Garner looked bright, bold and more beautiful than ever wearing an electric shade of blue for the 2018 Oscars. Chiffon fabric gave her asymmetrical Atelier Versace gown a delicate feel with a unique draped scarf at the neck. Check out a closeup of her jewels next.
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Jennifer Garner opted for Piaget drop earrings with just a touch of blue in them to coordinate with her dress. But, all we can really focus on is her adorable smirk!
Menswear for the win at the 2018 Oscars! Emma Stone donned a shiny Louis Vuitton pantsuit pulling from a combination of colors in the berry palette. She rocked a red jacket with a satin finish and plunging open neck, tied together by a magenta sash at the waist over a navy trouser. Take a look at her matching makeup and accessories, up next.
We love that Emma decided to have some fun with her makeup to go along with her play on the pantsuit. She just slightly over-exaggerated her rosy cheek and bright eyeshadow for the perfect pop of pink in her color scheme.
In terms of menswear on an actual man, Armie Hammer fit right in with Emma, wearing a plush Giorgio Armani suit in a similar shade of raspberry. The rich velvety texture set his look apart from the rest.
Salma Hayek's fashion choice for the 2018 Oscars was berry, berry bad. Her lilac Gucci number featured iridescent sequins all the way down a tiered skirt and gaudy crystal shoulder chains cascading down her bust. We'll keep this short so you can avert your eyes because this is pretty painful to look at.
Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino were both on trend with the night's berry theme, but one star most definitely outdid the other in terms of fashion. Mira's one-shoulder Romona Keveža gown totally stole the show with such remarkable embroidery. She simply dazzled with an array of floral Swarovski crystals sewn onto the blush lace dress, while Ashley's custom Badgley Mischka gown didn't stand out one bit. If anything, the basic purple frock would have been better off for a bridal party.
All that glimmers is Jennifer Lawrence in a gold Dior dress for the 2018 Oscars. She looked fierce, edgy and sexy wearing the metallic number, skintight throughout the bodice and let out just under the hip. Click on for a look at one of the best smokey eyes we've ever seen.
J. Law completely slayed her dramatic smokey cat eye, which gave her an added layer of overall smokin' hot edge. To balance her look out with a bit of softness, she accessorized with more delicate Niwaka drop diamond earrings.
Leave it to Lupita Nyong'o to serve up a fashion hit fit for a warrior princess! She donned a gold chainmail Atelier Versace gown with a bold one-shoulder design featuring a sash of Swarovski crystals. And, you most definitely can't miss that daringly high slit.
Sandra Bullock hasn't been on the Oscar scene for a minute, but boy, did she come back with a fashion vengeance wearing a show-stopping Louis Vuitton gown. The custom silk halter was dripping in hand-embroidered black and gold sequins and came together with a wrap at the waist. Ladies and gentleman, that's how a red-carpet comeback is done.
Gal Gadot didn't need any superpowers to help her get dressed for the red carpet at the 2018 Oscars. Her gorgeous Givenchy silhouette dress, drenched in gunmetal sequins, gave us all of the Wonder-Woman vibes we needed! Her necklace on the other hand …
With Gal's dress being such a statement piece on it's own, the bulky sapphire Tiffany & Co. necklace she paired it with was overboard … even for Wonder Woman.
We hereby deem Gina Rodriguez as the 2018 Oscar's princess! She looked like total royalty in a nude Zuhair Murad sheath dress glammed up with an overlaying princess skirt and sparkling crystal accents. A couture silver belt cinched her perfectly at the waist and drew attention to that sexy deep-V neckline. Gina's look is 100 percent a knockout hit, if you ask us.
Goddess of fire! Allison Janney gave off red-hot ethereal vibes in a custom Reem Acra gown with floor-length angel sleeves and a sexy plunging neckline for the 2018 Oscars. Our only qualm is the overdose of color with that clunky red clutch.
Who wore it best? Meryl Streep donned a similar red Dior gown for the 2018 Oscars. But let's be real, there's no actress in Hollywood who wants to go up against this Hollywood legend when it comes to fashion or anything else.
Who didn't wear it best? Maya Rudolph. She undoubtedly wins for the worst red dress at the 2018 Oscars if not overall for the night. The baggy style with oversized long sleeves and a turtleneck looked more like a cozy Snuggie than an awards show ensemble.
Spanish siren Paz Vega was in full bloom wearing a stunning Christopher Bu gown for the 2018 Oscars. The structured strapless design featured a unique off-the-arm neckline and side pockets, but was softened by the delicate red blossom print throughout. Click on for a view of her dramatic train.
Paz made an indelible statement wearing a true piece of fashion art to the 2018 Oscars. Her dramatic train was just another testament to the gown's feminine architectural beauty.
At first glance, "Lady Bird" director Greta Gerwig's canary yellow color choice had us seeing Big Bird. But, after taking a closer look with her accessories and all, we came to find that her Rodarte ensemble was the perfect balance of eclectic elegance. Click on to see what we mean …
Greta paired her yellow silhouette with cerulean accessories, including Tiffany & Co. jewels, and a berry lip. Somehow the interesting combination of colors works effortlessly with the director's eclectic style. We're sort of envious that we couldn't think up such a cool mix on our own.
On a lighter note, Allison Williams came across quite muted on the red carpet wearing a beige Armani Prive gown. The look fell flat even with crystal bead work on her sheer top overlay and unique boning throughout her full skirt. We will give her some credit in the hair department though …
Allison Williams absolutely nailed her Old Hollywood glam hair style with the perfect '40s-inspired waves and dazzling Harry Winston chandelier earrings. But, we wish she would have given us a pop of color on her cheeks or lips instead of staying so neutral with her makeup, too.
Abbie Cornish also went with Elie Saab for the 2018 Oscars, donning a nude gown with a unique draped shoulder and flowy pieced train. We have no problem with her look from this angle, but things get a bit strange in the front. Click on to see what we mean.
Between the beadwork, the belt, a half cutout shoulder drape and cumbersome Bulgari jewels, Abbie Cornish's look was way too busy in the front. Enough said!
High fashion doesn't have to destroy the world! Zoey Deutch brought sustainable style to the 2018 Oscars red carpet wearing an eco-conscious Elie Saab gown from the archives. The stunning tiered gown was meticulously handmade with organic and repurposed materials, including silver silk thread for the embroidering and an all-natural dye to give the dress it's dusty mauve hue. Click on for a closer view of the immaculate beadwork and Zoey's choice of jewels.
In perfect color coordination with her periwinkle gown, Zoey Deutch opted for pale pink Tiffany & Co. diamonds to accent her look. We love the pear-shaped sparkler she chose, but aren't sure such a large rock belongs on the pointer finger if we're getting really nit picky.
Haley Bennett took the idea of going green way too literally for the 2018 Oscars. She wore a grassy Dior statement piece that we hoped would get mowed right off of the red carpet.
Pretty in pale pink! Elisabeth Moss wore a dainty off-the-shoulder Dior Haute Couture gown encrusted with crystals for the 2018 Oscars. While the dazzling look was very elegant, we think the color washed her out a bit. Still, you're going to want to see this closeup of her belt detail, up next.
We adore how Elisabeth found a way to incorporate the Time's Up movement into her look. A small silver plaque seamlessly worked it's way onto her pink belt.
We hate to say it, but Emily Blunt was another Oscars 2018 wash out. While her mint Schiaparelli Haute Couture gown was beyond stunning, the color didn't do anything for her skin tone. We do absolutely love the immaculate appliqué work on the bodice of the dress along with the structured tulle shoulders and high neck.
Saoirse Ronan was a gift to the 2018 Oscars! She donned a pastel pink Calvin Klein by Appointment gown tied with an oversized bow at the back. On one hand, the silk frock was simple, elegant and understated, but yet still glamorous with a bit of over-the-top.
This is the most sass we've ever seen from Viola Davis and we're loving every minute of it! She broke out of her more-traditional shell wearing a hot pink Michael Kors mermaid gown with big Norman Silverman hoops and a matching magenta Roger Vivier clutch. Sometimes stepping out of the box can pay off big time.
Stepping too far out of the box leads us to Samara Weaving, who went all sorts of neon haywire with a Schiaparelli gown for the 2018 Oscars. There's no sugar coating this much bright pink and orange mixed with loads of tulle and accented by criss-crossed crystals. We will give her some slack with hair and makeup. Take a look next …
If only the dress hadn't been so wacky, we otherwise love Samara's smokey purple eye with a rosy lip and stunning gem earrings. Using a pop of color around the eye makes the look sexy, young and fun.
In terms of a much softer color palette, Margot Robbie was a vision in all white for the 2018 Oscars. She donned a custom Chanel Haute Couture dress that was actually designed by the man, the myth, the legend — Karl Lagerfeld. The classic look, with a bit of beaded draping on the arms, was perfect for Margot, the new brand ambassador.
Jane Fonda has definitely still got it, honey! At 80 years old, she wowed in a futuristic white Balmain 44 François Premier gown. The cool structured design was trendy yet still age appropriate.
Red carpet star or runaway bride? Camila Alves wore a Vivienne Westwood gown with an asymmetric bottom and large tulle petticoat. The tattered ivory frock looked like it came straight off of a bride who had just recklessly run away from the alter. But, we do give Camila props for wearing a dress made of sustainable silk and she totally nailed it in the jewelry department.
Camila's lilac and magenta diamond Chopard necklace completely distracted us from her mess of a dress. If only she had paired it with a different ensemble!
We're used to seeing Olympian Adam Rippon command the crowd on ice, but the figure skater proved that he could just as equally win our attention on dry land — on the red carpet at the 2018 Oscars, that is. He made a bold fashion statement wearing a bondage-inspired Moschino look custom-designed by Jeremy Scott. While cut out shoulders attached by leather straps is avante garde and all, the ensemble is probably better suited for a trendier show like the MTV Awards.
Taraji P. Henson looked fiercely beautiful wearing a black tulle Vera Wang dress with a revealing keyhole neckline, side cut outs and sexy high slit. Individual mid-arm sleeves gave the look added edge, but it was really all about Taraji for owning the look with confidence and class.
Lindsey Vonn's experiment with an all-black ensemble didn't turn out as fashion-forward as she may have expected. Her Christian Siriano gown had too much going on between fringed shoulders and a layered tulle skirt. Click on for a look at the Olympian's intense makeup and accessories, up next.
Lindsay is undoubtedly an amazing skier, but we're not sold on her styling skills yet. Her matchy-matchy fuchsia and diamond Bulgari earrings and choker were giving us serious Dynasty vibes.
Business in the front and party in the back! Kelly Ripa also chose a dress by designer Christian Siriano for the 2018 Oscars. The black frock featured a train with an array of bright colors coming out of a big bow. Kelly's bubbly blond personality was perfect for the pop of color fun look.
We applaud designer Christian Siriano for his wildly creative fashion sense, but this overstated floral ballgown was not at all right for Whoopi Goldberg. The busy teal, purple and yellow pattern came off too costume-y on the star.
Speaking of costumes … Andra Day went full Shakespeare wearing a drapery-like Zac Posen number for the 2018 Oscars. At least she can reuse her dress for curtains after the show is over. Totally sustainable!
Tiffany Haddish should be praised for actually putting her heart into her dress choice for the 2018 Oscars. Her gorgeous African gown was meant to be an ode to her Eritrean father, who passed away last year. Sentimental value aside, she still looked like a queen and honored her roots through fashion.