Predict-a-Gown: What Will Oscar Stars Wear?
The actress (and Oscar presenter) never misses a chance to showcase her famously fit figure in slim gowns from Valentino, Chanel and Zac Posen. Watch for her to play up
her blonde locks – she was brunette at last year's ceremony!
Click through to see our dress picks and vote!
Diaz could pick a white gown from Valentino's final ready-to-wear collection
or be dramatic in black Oscar de la Renta tulle.
The Juno actress seamlessly goes from laid-back mom to red carpet siren thanks to her
super-toned physique and love of color. Favorite designers include Oscar de la
Renta, Valentino and Temperley London.
Garner could go bright with this yellow Temperley London gown or dazzle in
turquoise Versace couture.
The double nominee (for Elizabeth: The Golden Age and I'm Not There) doesn't just take chances with her roles – Bob Dylan,
anyone? – but also with her fashion. From edgy Balenciaga to
ornate Armani, Blanchett is always up for a bold color or daring silhouette. We can't wait to see how this mom-to-be will
wow in her third trimester!
Bold color for her baby bump – what about cobalt blue from her standby
Armani Privé or vivid citron from Giambattista Valli?
Known for her striking red carpet looks, the Oscar winner has a new style factor to consider – her growing tummy! The expectant star previously has worn
high-concept gowns from Balenciaga, Dior by John Galliano and YSL to the Oscars.
Kidman could go all-out glam in sequins by recent favorite L'Wren Scott or
dramatic black from John Galliano.
Most 15-year-olds dream of going to prom, but this one's hitting the Oscars!
The Hannah Montana star has been receiving praise for her newly
sophisticated style – but her stylist tells PEOPLE she still loves
White gowns will play off her dark hair – Cyrus, a presenter, should look to
sparkling Michael Kors or a demure white Jason Wu.
The Best Actress nominee for La Vie en Rose favors ethereal
dresses with a princess quality – and a certain savoir faire.
The French star favors native brands like Chanel, Chloé and Nina
Sticking to Parisian designers, she could float in a white Nina Ricci or add
a dash of color with this patterned Elie Saab.
No stranger to the Oscars – she's won two already! – the presenter
will no doubt stick to the elegant, neutral gowns she's become known for.
Notably, she attended the recent Armani Privé show in Milan. Hmm ...
She can try Armani Privé with this bold one-shouldered gown or
play it cool with this ombré Monique Lhuillier.
The Oscar winner is known for her long-standing allegiance to designer
Carolina Herrera – and sticks to strapless gowns with a retro feel.
Zellweger can stick to Carolina Herrera in this draped bronze gown or try
something new in this dramatic Versace Couture gown with a train.
The actress has admitted to not loving her Valentino gown from last year's
Oscars – but remains loyal to the designer. Other recent
additions to her feminine wardrobe are Marchesa and Erin Fetherston.
Hathaway can try Valentino again with this bright red, one-shouldered gown or
go all-out princess in this feathered Marchesa.