Tuesday, February 24, 2009

The Oscar's Best Dressed 2009!


Naturally by now I've seen all of the other Best and Worst Dressed lists, and I refuse to be swayed by the opinions of others. Here is your faithful correspondent's list of Oscar's Best Dressed, as the common folk like to phrase it.

She may not be a movie star (yet), but this young woman led the pack by a mile in a classic retro-styled silver glamour gown that fit perfectly and reminded one of a brunette Carole Lombard. Brava, diva! Please let me know who made this dress!


As I wrote earlier, the Queen ruled in deep, rich blue crystal-trimmed Georges Chakra.


She confounded the Brangelina crowd by appearing healthy and happy in Valentino Couture, accompanied by companion Josh Mayer (who had made a side-splitting appearance on the final Conan O'Brian programme).

Take that, tabloids!


I am astonished that Reem Acra could actually make such a stunning dress for a curvaceous actress. Dazzling, glamorous, MOVIE STAR!


An actress in the prime of life in a perfectly draped matte gray dress by Ferretti. Good taste personified.


This may seem like an unusual choice, but as with the Worst Dressed, in a sea of safety, she chose to dress with individuality. In this case, it worked. Melissa's copper-colored dropwaist gown complimented both her hair and skin.

(Note: the night before, she won the Independent Spirit Award in a lovely flowing gown--but then, almost everyone looked far better at the Independent Spirit Awards.)

It may seem like a short list, but your faithful correspondent feels that she has made her opinions known in previous posts (and to be honest, menswear does not interest me in the least).

Off for a long, hot scented bath. I do worry that after these critiques, my dear friend Sarah Jessica Parker will cease making me her special secret scented soap! But one must be true to oneself, ne c'est pas?

Speaking of which, for another excellently unbiased look at what the red carpet had to offer to true tomatoes and cherry tomatoes, read The Three Tomatoes Red Carpet Review! http://www.thethreetomatoes.com/reviews.html.

I'm certain Sarah Jessica Parker won't be making special scented soap for them, but it did make me laugh!

Elisa & Bucky the Wonderdog


daisyfairbanks said...

It's so nice to see the Fashionista at Coutorture!
I agree with your top choices, but I also liked a few of your "worst." My "best" list includes Whoopi Goldberg, as anyone who dares to wear leopard chiffon is tops in my book!

Lady Jaye said...

Don't you mean John Mayer? ;)

Hoardmeister said...

I stand corrected, Lady Jaye!

propriatress said...

and please take notice of Melissa Leo's SPIDER necklace !! oh my...what a gal! (mickey rourke's puppy dog necklace also...Bucky might approve!)

Hoardmeister said...

Bucky would definitely approve! You are so perceptive, dahling!

Alicia aka "Fashiona" said...

Tina Fey did look great as did Viola Davis...can't agree with you on the rest.