#OscarsSoStylish Red Carpet Picks

There may have been some controversy surrounding this year's Academy Awards, but Chris Rock did a rockin' job as host, don't you think? He wasn't the only thing that impressed me, though. The red carpet fashion was pretty great. My favorite looks were all about bold colors, form fitting pieces and simple designs. Here are my top 5 picks of the night.

Naomi Watts
photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images
Top honors goes to Naomi Watts, who dazzled in a blue and purple ombre iridescent number. It had shimmer, shine, rich colors and hugged her body perfectly. The coordinating lip color was fabulous!

Olivia Munn
photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images
 The bright orange, the simple one shoulder cut and the sexy silhouette made Olivia radiate on the red carpet. Props on the matching lip, too.

Tina Fey
photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images
Her dress, though simple with subtle details, was a gorgeous purple color and made her look so elegant. The matching necklace adds just enough sparkle to really make her shine.

Brie Larson
photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic
Her dress is a gorgeous royal blue with ruffled details and a sexy neckline. The belted waist is a nice touch. This look is fit for royalty (thus the royal blue) Love it!

Meg LeFauve
photo: Jeff Vespa/WireImage
I'll admit, I have no idea who this lady is, but her dress is amazing! I love the red and pink color combo and the mermaid style cut. 

What were your favorite looks from the red carpet?

Tri- Print Argyle Girl

Today was a beautiful day! The sun was shining but there was a breeze, so it was the perfect time for  leggings and a light sweater. I chose to mix things up with a tri-print look, combining three different prints from three different pieces.


I started with a bright pink & white argyle sweater that I paired with some cozy, stretchy leggings.
 

 I threw on a black & white fedora, which added a second print to the look.


I completed the outfit with a pair of zebra print flats with a pop of pink, giving the ensemble its third and final print. Because of the multiple patterns, I chose not to do any jewelry.



 I felt a bit like a female golf player, but I still love me some argyle!



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