Roxanne’s Favorite Oscar Moments!

Hollywood’s biggest and brightest stars came out last night to celebrate the Oscars! I loved so many looks on the red carpet. Hollywood has always been an inspiration for fashion! Between Amy Adams, Olivia Wilde, Emma Watson, Jessica Biel, Lupita Nyong’o and Anne Hathaway, so many stars dazzled! Some of the best-dressed guys included Brad Pitt, Zac Efron, Jared Leto. Honestly I didn’t see a lot of fashion mistakes, but then again I didn’t see every single star..

Kicking off the night with a well-deserved win and heartfelt speech was Jared Leto winner of Best Supporting Actor. I totally teared up, so touching!

Speaking of Dallas Buyers Club, I stayed up way past my bedtime to see if Matthew McConaughey would win the Oscar for Best Actor and so glad I did to hear this awesome speech! Worthy of another listen. I love how he thanked God; one of a few to do so.

Loved Cate Blanchett who looked Hollywood glam last night! Cate took home the Oscar for Best Actress in the Woody Allen film “Blue Jasmine.” I loved how she called out Hollywood!!

Without writing too much, there were so many great moments and speeches. I enjoyed Ellen as the host and thought she was funny. Of course Pharrell performing “Happy” was amazing! It was a great year for movies and congratulations to all the winners and nominees!
Emma Watson had the look I would totally rock!

Christopher Polk/GettyImages

Christopher Polk/GettyImages

So many gorgeous leading ladies!



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