Stylists have shown some not so great judgement this year. So we’ve made their work easy for them. We want to see sparkle and glamour. We want to see color and youth. And high fashion. Here are our picks:
Annette Bening. She’d look divine in this sleek J. Mendel silver lame.
Julianne Moore. Not nominated, but sure to be there…maybe in this red Alexis Mabille gown hot off the couture runways.
Nicole Kidman. She’s been going for muted tones when we really love her in color. But alas, she’s an icon, so it’s her right. Maybe a soft Marchesa number?
Jennifer Lawrence. She’s less known than all of the other Best Actress ladies, so she should make a splash in bold Alexander McQueen.
Natalie Portman. Well… she needs several choices because (a) she’s freaking Natalie Portman and (b) god only knows how big her tummy will be. So we give her Chanel…
and Dior (all depending upon belly size)
Michelle Williams. She needs to come back strong, but still be herself. Perhaps this floral Maison Martin Margiela will do the trick.
Amy Adams. Oh we love Amy in flirty colors like this bubblegum Carolina Herrera
Helena Bonham Carter. Sigh. She’ll never listen to us, but this pink Dior has her neckline and length. It was worth trying…
Melissa Leo. A gorgeous, confident contender should be in a dress equally as strong. This Armani Prive Couture oozes power.
Hailee Steinfeld. Hailee was one of our favorites at the Globes and we’d encourage her to keep it age appropriate in this gorgeous Givenchy couture gown.
Jacki Weaver. We don’t know who Jacki is, but we will never forget her if she arrives in this Marchesa masterpiece.
As for everyone else, they should all wear pieces from Dior’s couture show. They were like sugar drops…amazing confections in pastel. So please, someone wear this: