Monday, February 25, 2013


Monday after the Oscars.

The day that we all begin critiquing how everyone looked even though we would wear the worst dress imaginable if it meant that we ourselves could actually be there.

Case in point, Anne Hathaway.

This dress just made me sad.  She is so beautiful and has incredible taste that I was actually shocked to see her choice.  I am no stylist but perhaps the Valentino that she was originally scheduled to wear would have been a better option than the pointy boob Prada.  But yes, I would have still worn it if I could be at the Oscars.  We all would.  

Though I was not a fan of Anne's, there were so many "Best Dressed" ladies, Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Haute Couture being my number one.  She has killed it this awards season with all her choices and this was such an incredible way to finish it off.  My second was Jennifer Chastain in Giorgio Armani who looked like a red headed Barbie Doll and redeemed herself from the Golden Globes.  And finally, Naomi Watts, also in Giorgio Armani, took my number 3 spot.  She is so beautiful and I love that she is willing to take a little bit of a risk and can pull it off.


In much more exciting news, I spent my glamourous weekend dealing with the missing pacifier, Little League Opening Day, a dinner party with friends, a Middle Man diagnosed with pink eye AND because we like to make it interesting, potty training Baby Girl.  This far outweighs getting primped and ready for the Oscars, walking a red carpet or sipping Champagne at the Governor's Ball. 

Take that Hollywood.

P.S. This was my favorite part of the show.   


  1. We picked the same dresses! Although I think Charlize Theron and Jennifer Garner also killed it too.

    I agree with you on Anne Hathaway. It makes me sad because she seems like such a sweetheart, but her fashion choices lately make it easy for people to pick on her. Supposedly she switched her dress last second but Rachel Zoe should have known better to send her down in a nipple-centric dress.


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