Now that we know this year's crop of Oscar nominees, we can finally get excited for the Academy Awards red carpet on Feb. 9, 2020. To celebrate, Wonderwall.com is checking out the nominees' recent stellar style moments, starting with this pretty Prada pick from Florence Pugh! The best supporting actress nominee, who's up for her work in "Little Women," donned this spaghetti-strapped dress embellished with plenty of silver sequins at the Critics' Choice Awards in January. She paired it with matching pointy-toe Jimmy Choo heels and beautiful drop earrings from Maria Tash. Keep reading to see more major fashion moments from the noms…
A ballgown and a black leather jacket? Charlize Theron embraced the juxtaposition of this sweet tulle gown with the edgy jacket (both by Dior) while attending the Guggenheim International Gala in New York City in November. The star, who received a best actress nomination for her performance as Megyn Kelly in "Bombshell," continues to surprise us on red carpets, and we can't wait to see what she rocks on the big night.
Renee Zellweger looked lovely in this pretty blue Giorgio Armani gown at the Golden Globes in January. The star's strapless frock was bordered with delicate gemstones for an extra dash of sparkle. That night, she won a best actress trophy for her work in "Judy," and next we'll see if she takes home the same prize at this year's Academy Awards.
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Saoirse Ronan arrived at a "Little Women" screening in Los Angeles in January in this glimmering multicolored frock by Ralph & Russo. The strapless design featured a structured bodice and a subtly pleated skirt with dashes of metallic throughout. We can't wait to see what she wears to the Oscars, where she's a best actress nominee.
Best supporting actress nominee Margot Robbie wowed us at the "Bombshell" premiere in Los Angeles in December in this dreamy Giambattista Valli gown. The lilac confection featured a bubble-hemmed tier followed by another level of pleated pale purple and was adorned with floral details at the waist for a romantic look.
Cynthia Erivo's Fendi gown at January's Critics' Choice Awards was one of the best looks of award season thus far. The "Harriet" star, who snagged an Oscar nomination in the best lead actress category, stunned in the mosaic-print frock that included dramatic oversized sleeves and an equally over-the-top train.
Double nominee Scarlett Johansson wore this Louis Vuitton design to the premiere of "Marriage Story" in Los Angeles back in November. The strapless confection featured a printed bodice with odd zipper details and a shiny purple skirt. We're hoping she arrives in something just as wild at the Oscars, where she's competing for best actress for her work in "Marriage Story" and best supporting actress for her performance in "Jojo Rabbit."
Best supporting actor nominee Brad Pitt, who's up for his work in "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," donned a beautifully tailored Brioni tux at this year's Golden Globes. He added a black bow tie, a white dress shirt and black dress shoes for a classic feel.
Laura Dern always keeps us guessing on red carpets. Take this surprisingly slinky purple number, for instance! The best supporting actress Oscar nominee, who was a total scene stealer in "Marriage Story," wore this sparkly Ralph Lauren gown to the "Little Women" premiere in December. We loved the high neck, the long sleeves and that fitted feel as well as the subtle shimmers throughout the frock.
A lilac Givenchy pantsuit? Yes, please. "Bombshell" star and best actress nominee Charlize Theron donned these killer coordinates at The Hollywood Reporter's "Women in Entertainment" gala in December. We loved the way she opted for a black blouse underneath instead of white, which tied in her pointy-toe pumps perfectly.
Renee Zellweger has kept things simple through most of award season, opting for a lot of black. The "Judy" star and best actress Oscar nominee showed off her penchant for black dresses at AARP The Magazine's Annual Movies for Grownups Awards in January in an off-the-shoulder number by Louis Vuitton featuring long sleeves and a fitted silhouette.
Florence Pugh wowed at the "Little Women" premiere in New York City in December in this bold blue Valentino number. The minidress featured off-the-shoulder sleeves and a train detail that draped down her left side. When it came time to add shoes, the best supporting actress nominee added sparkly silver sandals.
Looking sharp! Adam Driver went with a classic combo at the Critics' Choice Awards in January — a black tux and bow tie. He's up for best actor this year for his work in "Marriage Story."
Best actor nominee Antonio Banderas kept things sleek in navy blue at the Palm Springs International Film Festival Film Awards Gala in January. The star arrived in a dark blue suit with a white dress shirt, tie and black dress shoes, delivering a sharp look. He's up for his performance in "Pain and Glory" this year.
In early January at the Golden Globes, "Richard Jewell" star Kathy Bates made a serious statement in a black Cinq à Sept ensemble. We'll see if she continues the menswear trend on the Oscars red carpet, where she's up for best supporting actress.
Monochromatic Margot! Margot Robbie opted for all black at a "Bombshell" screening in Los Angeles in November. The best supporting actress nominee paired her ruffled black minidress with black tights and black heels then added a bright red lip for a pop of color.
Cynthia Erivo made a splash in pale pink Versace at the Hollywood Film Awards in Los Angeles back in November. The "Harriet" star, who's up for best actress, donned this slinky number featuring buckle detailing along the straps, a unique cut-away neckline and a slit up the side. When it came time to add shoes, the actress expertly added hot pink velvet pumps.
Best actress nominee Charlize Theron showed off her more casual style in November while attending a photocall for "Bombshell" in Los Angeles. The beauty kept things cool in this black-and-white striped sweater and black trousers with pointy-toe black pumps.
Best actress nominee Saoirse Ronan made a splash in this stunning sparkly Celine number at the Golden Globes in January. The "Little Women" star's frock featured gorgeously studded spaghetti straps and a thigh-high slit.
Laura Dern landed a nomination for best supporting actress thanks to her work in "Marriage Story," and we're hopeful she'll be one of our fashion favorites on the Oscars red carpet. If her pick is anything like this tangerine dream gown by Emilia Wickstead, she'll make plenty of best dressed lists. The star wore this halter-style number at the Critics' Choice Awards in January.