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The Oscars: Photoshop Fashion

I wasn't really blown away by anyone at this Oscars this year, but did have suggestions for changes to several of the outfits...here are my recommendations, using Photoshop magic:

First off, Beyonce. Girl, just because your mama made it, doesn't mean you HAVE to wear it. If she's going to wear this style, at least tone it down with a solid color. That gold lame is just too 1985 for me. I also gave her some more eye makeup cause she looks too washed out.

I kinda got crazy with Amy Adams. Maybe it was the necklace, I just had to get rid of it. As my BFF said, "Looks like someone threw up rubies and diamonds on her neck." And that black edging just didn't do it for me. I didn't want to do just plain red, so I played with some black at the top. I could see where Miley was going with her dress, but thought the shell belt took it too far. I took the shell off, removed some of the sequins and think it looks much better. I think if it wasn't as "big" it would have worked better for her. I did like it that she took a chance because this is a very different looking dress compared to what we've seen lately.Now Heidi, we know you have a gorgeous body and great fashion sense, but this dress was a little too right angle for me. I softened it a bit and tried to bring down the slit a little. I also put her hair up - didn't like that casual approach with this dress.
I also found this great montage on MSNBC that I love. It shows everyone that wore the lighter colors to the Oscars side by side. I think my ultimate fave of the night was Anne Hathaway. I'd love to give her a tan, but I think we're so used to seeing her without one, it would probably look strange.


Who was your favorite?

Comments

  1. I love how you can do this!

    My favorite dress was Kate Winslet by far, but she always does the same thing.

    I liked Natalie Portman too.

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  2. Wow..that's awesome!! You had some really great ideas!

    I didn't get to see the show...but after looking at the pics I have seen...I'm partial to Natalie Portman myself.

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  3. Natalie, Kate, Anne, and Marissa!!

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  4. I loved Miley's annd Marisas!! I loved the lighter colors people wore!

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  5. i love taraji p. henson's dress and anne hathaway's dress. i always loved natalie portman's. jen aniston looked amazing, too.

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  6. I love your photoshop versions! I also love Ann Hathaway! She always looks great!

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  7. Alicia Keyes. And you should go into fashion design with your eye, love what you added and took away! glad you didn't fall all over "A", I for one am tired of everything about her.

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  8. I thought Anne Hathaway looked amazing but I HATED Beyonces dress!!! your photo shopping makes it waaaaay better!

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  9. So I don't watch the shows but I always catch your photoshops.

    Mother of all things good, what was Beyonce thinking? Not flattering at all!

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  10. you should be a stylist!! my favorite of the night was natalie portman. sooo gorgeous & elegant--just like the oscars should be

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  11. You did such a great job!!!! What a FUN post!!!!

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  12. You should totally be a fashion designer! Great work!

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  13. Hi! Stopped by through Clever Girl Goes Blog.

    I love what you did with Beyonce's dress. She should totally call you next time!

    Anne Hathaway looked gorgeous. I'm totally in love with Sarah Jessica Parker's dress!

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  14. Wendy, you are hysterical. I love your ideas, but love the fact that you did this with your time just as much. Miss you girl.

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