Girl, the hair….your gown was stunning but the hair threw us all off. Although some of us are just happy to be able to hate on you for a minute after having to hear about your “fine-ass-self” for the past 30 years. Nevertheless, Halle Berry, 54, looked amazing in her Dolce and Gabbana gown. Most likely not giving a hoot about the hair comments because she knows she’s still got it like that!
Then there is the always amazing Regina King. Talk about aging like fine wine! She just keeps getting better. Her ice-blue Louis Vuitton gown was on point…and so was her bob. Sorry Halle, had to go there!
I noticed a few feathers here and there which reminded me of Björk back in the day, although I know Laura Dern’s Oscar de la Rente gown is not as memorable. It was still perfect and elegant for her.
My favorite male; Colman Domingo 51. Rocking that fuchsia embroidered suit by Atelier Versace. Flawless. It takes a special man to pull that look off and for that he gets best dressed from me.
My favorite female; Mia Neal. The first black female to win hair and make up. She also stole the show with her gown. Which I will point out had a better side angle then straight on. It was just so elegant and flattering and royal blue for that regal touch. Absolutely stunning.
My least favorite, even though she made to every best dressed list, was Amanda Seyfried’s red Armani Privé ball gown. I just wasn’t feeling it. Plus Reese Witherspoon’s sash and belt look missed the mark in my book. It’s coincidental that they are both red, which I normally love. But that’s a matter of taste and opinion right?
Side note; as the show may have lacked excitement, the diversity off it was elating. Hopefully the academy can keep that trend going….