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And The #1 Oscars Red Carpet Trend Is...


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Oscars and Red Carpet Trends

Yet again the progression and rehash during grants season red rugs in 2021 felt like a deep breath of style help, as stars ventured out in the entirety of their magnificence. The overall pattern was a re-visitation of excitement. That converted into Old Hollywood-roused looks, the pomp of dresses with capes and out-to-there trains, whirlwinds of ostrich feathers, and exquisite elbow gloves.

Honorary pathway formally returned for 2021, and the best-dressed stars of the year made it worth the pause. Of the most vital minutes, our #1 big-name style were dreamlike gold equipment, brilliant ostrich feathers, calfskin show gloves, heavenly caped sleeves, and outrageous patterns - and we know the most effective way to style them.

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  1. Ostrich Feather Trend

It’s a well-known fact that we love the whimsical ostrich feather pattern on the 2021 red floor coverings. Kacey Musgraves' punchy purple Valentino feather crown at the 2021 MTV VMAs was one of the most important looks of that evening. Olivia Rodrigo is embracing substantially more developed outfits this year, and we love the delightful way she adjusted the liveliness of her plume-fixed David Koma outfit with its sheer fabric.

  1. Gloves

Long gloves ended up being a popular and common sense pandemic extra. Cynthia Erivo wore white, elbow-length calfskin gloves by Valentino high fashion to the Golden Globes, while Emma Corrin's claw-like nail trim peeped out of her fingerless Miu drama gloves at the Emmys.

  1. Gowns and Dresses with Capes

Dresses with organizing capes are having a second. Before December, mother-to-be Jennifer Lawrence looked brilliant in a decorated Dior outfit with a creased cape.

After months spent in pullover sets, the skin was in with a-boom cuts, plunging neck areas, and shy surprise subtleties galore. Besides Jason Sudeikis' splash-color hoodie at the Golden Globes, folks were additionally glitz men in fitting with new pops of variety and sequined shimmer.


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