The Oscars 2016- Get the Look

Sexy style doesn’t always mean the ‘naked dress’.  On the Oscars 2016 red carpet many stars opted for more understated designs, but wowed us with low plunging necklines, thigh high splits and gorgeous curve hugging gowns. Perhaps it’s a sign that times are changing and less is more going back to classy subtle statements, instead of loud booming ones.

For me, Margot Robbie absolutely stunned in this gold snakeskin Tom Ford dress. The structured jacket-esque top oozed elegance whilst her loose falling beach waved hair and natural makeup complimented the bold garment perfectly.

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If you’d like to recreate this glamorous look for an upcoming evening function or use it as inspiration when shopping for your next night out look, here’s some of the dresses I love on the high street.

The long sleeve wrap front gold sequin dress by AX Paris is perfect for that extra special event and guaranteed to make you feel like a star for just £29. If you are looking to bring a touch of the snakeskin print seen at the Oscars your night out collection, this Missguided dress is a gorgeous way to do it.

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Rachel McAdams also stood out in this jade coloured Getty Atelier gown, whilst simple and sexy the thigh-high split and dramatic train ramped up this look.

If you are like me and love this outfit, then head over to Missguided and snap up one of these beautiful high neck backless dresses. The Teal Silk Shift Dress is totally chic, style it up with silver scrappy heels and an oversized clutch for Rachel’s red carpet look. Or slip into the Nora Side Split Maxi for a seriously seductive look this season.

I hope you all like these looks! Who won your vote for best dressed at the Oscars 2016?

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LEANNE / 24 / UK Full time Mummy to Olivia aka Vivi & Part time Fashionista

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