Before You Watch the Oscars on Sunday, Revisit the Best of the Awards Season Red Carpet

Many think of January 1st as New Year’s Day, but if you’re like me it means the start of awards season. Every other weekend brings yet another red carpet. This has been a very difficult year for Hollywood in the wake of the Weinstein scandal, but it did give rise to the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements encouraging and empowering all women and men to stop the culture of sexual assault and harassment, especially in the workplace.

As the season ends on Oscar Sunday, let’s look back at the highlights of this year’s red carpet.

Yara Shahidi in Giambatitsta Valli

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c/o Getty Images

Sarah Hyland in Naeem Khan

Sarah Hyland Pop Sugar
c/o JustJared

Tracee Ellis Ross in Ralph & Russo

Tracee Ellis Ross JustJared
c/o JustJared

Kimiko Glenn in Peter Langner

Kimiko Glenn PopSugar
c/o PopSugar

Issa Rae in Prabal Gurung

Issa Rae Elle UK
c/o Elle UK

Jackie Cruz in Rami Kadi

Jackie Cruz Daily Express
c/o Daily Express

Zoe Kravitz in Saint Laurent

Zoe Kravitz Life & Style
c/o Life & Style

Natalia Dyer in Dior

Natalia Dyer SAG Awards
c/o PopSugar

Susan Kelechi Watson in Rubin Singer

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c/o Celeb Mafia

Madeline Brewer in Reem Acra

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c/o HawtCelebs

 

The Oscars are on Sunday at 8pm ET on ABC, but they will have red carpet coverage starting at 6:30pm ET.

Top 10 Dresses Inspired By The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel All Under $200

With all the depressing news over the past year, like most people I’ve turned to television and/or books to escape. As a die hard Gilmore Girls fan, I was counting down the days until the premiere of Amy Sherman-Palladino‘s new series, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and she did not disappoint! Miriam “Midge” Maisel, played by Rachel Brosnahan, is so inspiring and just what we need to cope amidst the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements.

Set in New York City in 1958, Midge’s life is turned upside down when her husband leaves her and their two kids. She goes from housewife to working girl and aspiring stand-up comedian, relying on her sense of humor, confidence, style, and tenacity to make her way in a world and industry dominated by men.

If you don’t already know, I’m obsessed with the clothing from the ’50s & ’60’s, so the costumes on this show give me so much joy. I’m hoping Amazon teams up with a clothing line in time for the Season 2 premiere. Fingers crossed.

Here are my Top 10 dresses inspired by The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and they are all under $200! Enjoy!

  1. Adrianna Papell Sleeveless Tea-Length Dress
Adrianna Pappell Tea Length Gown
c/o Adrianna Papell/Bloomingdale’s

2.  Adrianna Papell Fit & Flare Dress

Adrianna Pappell Fit and Flare Dress with Illusion
c/o Adrianna Papell/Nordstrom

3. Betsey Johnson Floral Fit & Flare Dress

Betsey Johnson Floral Dress
c/o Betsey Johnson/Nordstrom

4. Adrianna Papell Alyssa Floral Organza Fit & Flare Dress 

Adrianna Pappell Floral Organza Dress
c/o Adrianna Papell/Lord & Taylor

5. Modcloth’s Fabulous Fit and Flare Dress with Pockets in Navy

Modcloth Fit and Flare Dress
c/o Modcloth

6. Adrianna Papell’s Tafetta Skirt Dress

AP Taffeta Skirt Dress
c/o Adrianna Papell/Bloomingdale’s

7. Eliza J. Jacquard Fit & Flare Dress

Eliza J Jacquard Fit and Flare Dress with Illusion Neckline
c/o Eliza J/Nordstrom

8. SL Fashions Plus Sized Sequined Dress & Jacket

SL Fashions Sequined Dress and Jacket
c/o SL Fashions/Macy’s

9. Tahari Arthur S. Levine Bow Waist Fit & Flare Dress

Tahari Bow Dress
c/o Tahari/Lord & Taylor

10. R&M Richards Belted Floral Brocade Fit & Flare Dress

R M Richards Belted Floral Brocade Fit & Flare Dress
c/o R & M Richards/Macy’s

If you haven’t binged The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, you are in luck. To celebrate their Golden Globes wins, Amazon Prime is allowing you to watch for FREE through Monday.