We’ve seen a lot of amazing dresses at the Oscars, but there have been a few which have stood out from the crowd, and have completely changed the look of the actresses wearing the same. Here, we list out the top 10 which have completely blown our minds.
1. Kate Hudson (2003)
The make up which was glowing, the up do, the gems and the stunning Versace dress simply made you forget that she didn’t even win the award that night.
2. Penelope Cruz (2007)
Penelope might not have got the award for best actress at the Oscars in 2007 but the actress definitely got the award for the best dressed of the night. She donned a Versace gown with a train which was feathered, highlighted by a Swarovski clutch and a glittering thanks to diamonds from Chopard.
3. Julia Robets (2001)
This America???s sweetheart bagged the award for best actress and also was one of the best dressed too. The vintage Valentino gown (monochrome) really set her apart from the rest.
4. Jessica Alba (2007)
This halter neck gold Versace gown did justice to Jessica???s figure as she glittered through the red carpet. The dress definitely showed the actress’ sexy yet sophisticated side.
5. Kate Winslet (2002)
Ben di Lisi bagged his place on the fashion train as Kate Winslet wore a beautiful red dress from one of his collections.
6. Michelle Williams (2006)
This was the most controversial dress on the Oscars. Made by Vera Wang, a lot of people thought that the canary yellow of the dress looked bad compared to her skin tone but bottom line is that we loved and thought she pulled it off well.
7. Charlize Theron (2002)
This is a perfect example of less is more. The actress looked stunning in the simple Gucci floor length, strappy gown and her hair with the 60???s curls made her look chic.
8. Sienna Miller (2004)
Mathew Williamson showed off a touch of boho-glamour as he designed this dress of Sienna Millers first big public appearance at the Oscars.
9. Kate Blanchette (2005)
This couture gown by Valentino was perfect for when she walked up the stage to accept her best supporting actress award.
10. Jennifer Lopez (2007)
The empire line gown by Marchesa along with the neckline with embellished gems added the air of the old school, Hollywood glamour to the star.