The Oscars! They’re almost here… can you tell we’re excited?

And our favorite category, Best Actress in a Leading Role, couldn’t be filled with some more stylishly diverse women.

First up, we have Glenn Close – a star who’s been reigning over Hollywood since the eighties. We’re happy to see her in the nominees circle for her gender-bending turn in Albert Nobbs. Glenn embodies simple, age-appropriate elegance, and she usually appears on the red carpet in variations on black evening gowns. In her everyday, she tends towards similarly classic staples, such as great-fitting jeans, blazers, and heels.

 

Another Hollywood queen, Meryl Streep, is in the running for The Iron Lady. With thirty years since her last Oscar win (but 17 nominations to her name), will this be the year that Streep gets a statue? Regardless of the win, we’re sure she’ll be sporting something in a neutral color, probably long and with sleeves, as she is wont to do on the red carpet. Meryl inevitably spices up her conservative outfits with funky accessories and some serious décolletage – fashion critics be damned. We love her spunk!

 

Viola Davis, whose eco-friendly gown at the BAFTAs left us drooling, is nominated for her role in blockbuster The Help. We expect the stunning actress to appear in a fun color (a welcome relief amongst all those neutrals!) and a curve-hugging silhouette.

Michelle Williams has been captivating us with her hip Brooklyn aesthetic for years now. Her style couldn’t be further from that of Marilyn Monroe, but we love her endearing mix of hipster, lady-like, and vintage elements. And, man – the girl looks good in a fedora.

 Rooney Mara, this group’s newcomer, brings an avant garde edge to the others’ relatively mainstream style. Not unlike her character in Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Rooney generally sports a darker look, with a focus on minimalist silhouettes with razor-sharp lines.

 

 

 

 

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