Fairytale Fashions – Oscar 2013 inspires full skirts & princess ball gowns

What are the fashion trends that Oscar 2013 will inspire, and reign supreme in the fashion world?

Shimmering long skirts, and princess ball gowns are an eternal favorite of the fashion world. The recent event of Oscar 2013 has further inspired this style, making it the biggest red carpet trend. Full skirts and high necked column gowns gave a modern Audrey Hepburn look giving a charming appearance along with a perfect simplicity. Sequined stripes, structures shoulders, and plunging necklines made quite a fashion statement. Brands such as Louis Vuitton, Roberto Cavalli, Jennifer Hudson, and Reese Witherspoon gave a dazzling look to those celebrities who wanted to look fabulous without ending up being worst dressed.

Red carpet hues:

Not only the clothing style, but shades of the outfit are also being watched, and taken as a source of fashion inspiration. Shades spanned in a spectrum from navy to royal blue and gold. Royal blue hue was a standout trend color featured in the Oscar. Gilded looks are always popular, and this year was different, with shimmering gold statuette like gowns dazzling the show. Grey layers of fabric peeked; which was refreshingly unique and jewel tones making the haute couture sharp and sculptural. Copper hues with Swarovski crystal embellishments gave a molten look to the old Hollywood inspired garment.

Full skirted and fabulous:

Bigger skirts make bigger fashion statements. A pretty resurgence of the early 60s fashion, full skirts glamorize any look. Swinging their way back to the early 50s and 60s, these skirts have made a comeback into the fashion scene; in a big way. A full length, or sheath skirt of the 60s paired with a cropped top exposing a little midriff leads for ultimate and effortless modernized attire. Longer, gathered, and often with a ruffled hem, this is a style preferred by the celebrities at the red carpet event.

Long couture gown with fitting bodice and dramatic voluminous skirts were the showstopper outfits at the 2013 Oscar. Body skimming and sequin covered gowns featured a trendy, and sculptural look. The attire exudes elegance with beaded sweetheart necklines, and long train. Kristen Chenoweth and Kelly Osborne in n Tony Ward Couture and Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji full skirted gowns gave a pleasant surprise to style watchers.

Lady like kitten heels, bold red lipstick, or a soft pink for vintage belle, and 60s fashion accessories such as leather clutch, classic headscarf, and waist cinching belts would go with the theme. Dries Van Noten would lead in modernizing the 60s outfit effortlessly.

Princess gowns – conveying splendor and spectacle:

Ball gowns have always had their position in the world of fashion, while also reflecting the current trends. Throughout centuries, they remain as objects of fascination. Luxurious fabrics and intricate embellishments prove the skill of designers in conveying splendor and spectacle. Beading crystal sash and full tulle skirt makes the gown totally princess worthy. Off shoulder gowns with layered peplum skirts reveals a dramatic effect for the classic princess.

One shoulder corsage of silk organza, tulle, and beaded rhinestones make a perfect choice for the fashion forward princess. Voluminous gowns with organza tiers, and fine beading calls for a regal ball gown, the right kind of choice for a celebrity occasion. The outfit not only flatters the wearer demonstrating her sense of style, but also illustrates an understanding of the significance to event, where it is worn.

Princess gowns were the epitome of glam in the Oscar gala. Embellished couture gowns featured the inner Disney princess of every fashion savvy woman. Laced up tops and frilled skirts played on the hook. The pretty princess aesthetic look featured floral appliqu bodice and gradient hemlines. Dove grey Oscar de la Renta ball gown worn by Amy Adams during the 2013 Oscar event was a deemed fairy tale look. The pink Marchesa ball gown worn by Fan Bingbing was no less sensational. Punchy red ball gowns of Valentino by Sally Field and Jennifer Aniston made the princess look appear more special.

Gowns and skirts have always garnered attention and interest. As red carpet events have become more significant, celebrities are more focused on the glamour of their costume. Rich combination of traditional craft and maverick sensibility ensures their clothing styles will attract attention, and become popular styles. There are certain trends that stand the test of time. Full skirts and princess gowns are costumes de rigueur.



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