I’ve got a snow day today, and I’m celebrating by bringing some much-needed runway beauty into your lives, dear readers. Another round of red carpet predictions begins now! Let’s start the show.
It’s time to close out the Spring 2013 red carpet predictions, dear readers. Let’s predict the future.
It’s the holy grail of fashion blogging. Your red carpet predictions are here.
Best Separates: Diane von Furstenberg
Not every great look needs to be one dramatic, complex gown. Sometimes a perfect combination of beautiful, simple, classic pieces is all you need. Every item on the model is something that belongs in every woman’s closet, and most importantly, all the pieces can be worn separately. The colors are so 1970s meets Thanksgiving Day (that’s a compliment, I swear). All the cranberries and burgandies and oranges are just perfect for fall.
Most Likely to Dance on Ice: Jason Wu
Is ice skater chic a thing? Because, I never thought I’d say this, but it totally should be – as long as Jason Wu is at the helm. I’m loving the slightly rouched bustline, the cinched waist, and the short but flowy skirt. The color-blocking is perfection: the ivory, iced baby pink, and almost metallic, dusty red are to die for.
Most Fabulous Print: Oscar de la Renta
A perfect fit, fabulous accessories, and beautiful silhouette enhance this totally gorgeous fall print. It’s not easy to rock an orange-and-black dress without being Halloween-ish, but on the runway, it’s phenom.
Coat of My Dreams: Burberry Prorsum
No words. I’m too busy drooling.
Best Mix of Old and New: Reem Acra
That mauve lace, the high neck, and the general ornateness of this look make it feel totally vintage and antique. But the length of the sleeves and the embellishments on them feel completely modern, even futuristic, and absolutely unique. A definite home-run of a cocktail dress.
Cate Blanchett’s Academy Awards Gown: Jason Wu
We all love a good red carpet prediction, and I can’t think of a style diva more fit for this glamorous gown than Cate Blanchett. She’s got the flair for the dramatic that this gown demands. Add a black underlay to hide those nips, and Cate will have Oscar gold.
Christina Hendricks’s Emmy Awards Gown: Monique Lhuillier
Strapless, voluminous, and assymetrical? Check. A color that would look brilliant on the red-headed Mad Men star? Check. A thick fabric and tight bodice to rein in a huge pair of titties? Check. Here’s your dress on a silver platter, Christina Hendricks. Act accordingly.
Best Bridal: Naeem Khan
Elegant, delicate, and breathtaking. The perfect gown for a bride who wants her wedding to have that romantic, vintage feel.
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