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Everyone sees the fronts of dresses when it comes to red carpet arrivals. But don’t you hate it when you are just please looking for a picture of the back of that awesome updo but can’t find it anywhere? Well, we’ve got it for you. Check out some of the awesome details of the Oscar Red Carpet last night that you might have missed.
The back of Jennifer Lawrence’s Dior Haute Couture dress. We actually posted about the collection, picking this exact dresses as one of our faves here.
Close up of Jennifer Lawrence’s make up.
Nude mani and engagement ring.
Did we miss any looks you wanted more details of? Let us know!
What better way to celebrate the USA than some awesome American made products! Check out some of the awesome gems we’ve found!
This beautiful bag is made with Calfskin built around a filigree antique frame by Edgar Leather.
Diamond Creek Satchel by Gfeller Casemakers.
Sidewinder sunglasses in Demi Amber by Shuron Ltd.
imogen + willie‘s Anderson sweatshirt
Womens Lambskin Perfecto Jacket White available at Epaulet.
In Spain, Emma wore a Roksanda Ilincic dress, Christian Louboutin sandals and Melinda Maria earrings.
At the Germany premiere, Emma wore an Andrew Gn dress, Christian Louboutin heels and Repossi Neree Collection jewelry.
Emma Stone wore a Martin Grant Fall 2012 RTW dress, Christian Louboutin pumps, and Jennifer Meyer jewelry to the Germany photocall.
Emma Stone wore a Gucci dress to the Premiere in Paris.
In London, Emma Stone wore an Elie Saab jumpsuit.
In Emilio Pucci dress and Christian Louboutin pumps in Moscow. She added Dana Rebecca Designs Carly Michelle marquis studs.
Emma Stone wore a Lanvin dress, accessorized with Brian Atwood shoes and Nikki Baker earrings to the press conference in Moscow.
Emma Stone wore a Fendi dress in South Korea. She added Stella McCartney pumps and Cartier jewelry.
Emma wore a Burberry Prorsum top and skirt with Brian Atwood pumps to the Seoul Press Conference.
In Tokyo, Emma wore a Rochas Fall 2012 RTW dress, Christian Louboutin pumps and Van Cleef & Arpels earrings.
What were your favorite looks?
A while back, self proclaimed ambassador to all things stylish, Olivia Palermo
hired a freelance writer blogged about the biggest challenge a woman can face: finding the perfect flat. Her solution? Stubbs & Wooton‘s exquisitely embroidered slippers, that you can have monogrammed… in silver or 18k gold.
Suede loafers, the Stubbs & Wooton version
Love the idea but don’t have a spare $400 to burn? Monogramming loafers doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg, and you can still have a beautiful pair of personalized flats.
I came across these 14th & Union plain black suede loafers at Nordstrom. They were the perfect canvas to try my monogramming experiment. Once I had the shoes, I did a little bit of research into finding someone who could embroider shoes. I was surprised, but many places that do embroidery won’t do it on things beyond shirts or bags. I finally came across a gifted stitcher who said she would give it a try.
I came by the shop and went about picking a style and thread for my monogram. I wanted something simple that would go with a lot of different color combinations and styles. So I picked Shangri-La which was a nice light color somewhere between sand and coral.
I didn’t want to do anything too bright, or choose something too plain like white.
Next, we had to place the loafer on the machine. See that metal bar on on the bottom right? The shoe has to fit onto that bar in order for the machine to monogram it, so if you want a huge monogram or a monogram on the side, you’ll have to get it hand monogrammed which is significantly more expensive, unless you’ve got a super talented Grandma waiting in the wings somewhere. Getting it done on a machine like the one above, cost me $20.
In the end you’ll have a pair of fabulous looking flats.
A close up of the monogram.
Aside from getting yourself a pair, they’d be a perfect personalized gift for a sister, mother, niece, or close friend!
For those of you who are fashion forward thinkers already looking past spring and summer and into the fall, take some cues from H&M’s Fall lookbook. The feel for the season? Muted metallics, comfortable silhouettes, prints and interesting combinations of all of the above.
What do you guys think? Any favorite looks?
Sometimes just a little pop of color is all you need…
jacket – nordstrom, top – french connection, denim – joe’s, bag – burberry, sunglasses – carrera, jewelry – michael kors & jcrew, lipstick – nars jungle red
Prada is making moves to release re-edition bags… or I suppose, re-release re-edition bags. Want to, ahem, bag one? We’ve got the scoop on their prices.
Clockwise from top left. Fall/winter 2000: the original “doctor” bag (leather); large with zipper ($2,895), medium ($2,350). Fall/winter 2000: structured calf leather bag ($2,595). Fall/winter 2005: printed nylon frame bag with handmade lace embroidery and embellishment ($2,350). 1991: rich satin bag ($995). Fall/winter 2003: printed canvas and leather small clutch bag ($1,895). Fall/winter 2003: grained calf leather small clutch bag ($2,350). Fall/winter 2005: brushed calf leather frame bag with embossed Prada logo ($2,595). Spring/summer 2000: perforated calf leather bowling bag ($1,495). Fall/winter 2005: leather frame bag with brass grommets ($2,950).
1991: Rich satin bag ($995)
Fall/winter 2003: Printed canvas and leather small clutch bag ($1,895).
Fall/winter 2005: Brushed calf leather frame bag with embossed Prada logo ($2,595).
Are you excited?