Oscar Inspired Women’s Day Style Ideas

On March 2, 2015 by admin

Oscars 2015 is over but we still can’t stop talking about the gorgeous trends of red carpet. Moreover, with International Women’s Day on the way, talking about the bold and beautiful women make sense. Each of our A-list celebrity was fabulous at red carpet and they were an amazing source of inspiration for your Women’s Day fashion.

Dress with neckpiece

Scarlett Johansson looks at Oscars 2015
Scarlett Johansson’s svelte emerald green Versace gown was sophisticated but with that neckpiece created using 2,000 Swarovski crystals, it was a delight at the night. The neckpiece also served as a necklace. That is a very trendy and intelligent pick.  You can create that look with a choker or even with a pendant (remember Elizabeth Taylor’s emerald pendant).

Embellished Dress

Lupita Nyong'o Look at Oscars 2015
Lupita Nyong’o is talk of the town for her pearly white dress. With 6,000 pearls sewn on it, the dress was exceptional yet it is inspirational. You can look for an evening gown or a svelte dress with a little embellishment. Just a row of gemstones on neckline or shoulders would add the desired zest to any outfit.

Statement Necklaces

Oscars 2015- Anna Wintour Look
It was a major trend of the night and that means statement necklaces are fit for any event. Not just the bibs but also chokers, collars and even the long pendant necklaces (Anna Wintour, we love that bold aquamarine) will set a smart option. If you already have a statement necklace, pair it with your favorite dress, you will love the look.

Bold Earrings

Reese Witherspoon Look at Oscars 2015
You know that ear-cuffs have already been there for a year and now with them, bold and brilliant chandeliers, drops, studs and hoops are back to woo you. You can wear a chandelier with a stud like Scarlett or choose the classic diamonds like Reese Witherspoon and many others did.

Color Yourself Pretty

Shades of Red White and Pink at Oscars 2015
Shades of red and pink have stolen the show. While the red was fiery, tones of pink were calming. But both gave a clean feminine look that simply added beauty to the graceful glamor. White was another color of the event. Shades of white with glittery embellishments took people out of their minds.

Infuse any or all of these Oscar inspired trends into your Women’s Day fashion and enjoy the glamour with grace this Women’s Day.

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