Best Dressed: VF’s Oscars After Party

When it’s time to party, celebs know how to do it better and chicer! So let’s make the recount of the best dressed from Vanity Fair’s Oscars after party 2017.

Rosie Huntington can do absolutely no wrong in my eyes. She, and her new baby bump, glowed in an Atelier Versace gown. What a way to prove that momma’s also know how to party!

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If you agree with me that Jessica Biel looked beautiful on the red carpet, well you will definitely agree with me when I say that, she looked even better on the after party. Following her more demure number, she brought sexy back with a revealing Ralph Lauren gown, cape included. Is she not the superwoman of your dreams?

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Did you think that Jessica Biel’s plunge neckline wasn’t deep enough, well what about Lily Collin‘s belly button grazing one? The twenty something year old actress left me out of breath with her gorgeous Elie Saab gown. Confirming once again, that Elie Saab’s forte will always be eveningwear, no matter how much he ventures into casual wear. Her earrings, hair and futuristic eye-line were all impeccable.

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Now that we are talking irreverent necklines, let’s set our attention on Kate Hudson‘s one. Her skin tone -almost naked to the eye-, Roberto Cavalli dress was a sensuous statement of pleats and draping. Was this Kate’s blunt showcase of why she has become Brad Pitt’s next move? Wether it was or not, she looked astonishing!

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Feathers will always be one of my sweet spots. And, on this bright night, Emily Ratajkowski rocked my world as she glided in a dainty Jonathan Simkhai gown, which delicately brushed the floor with its feathery hem. The model looked like a striking fantasy, one of those from which only fairy tales are made of. 

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