The Oscar Awards formerly known as the Academy Awards, has remained one of the most incredible awards ceremonies in the globe.
Its name and the togetherness it brings amongst celebrities makes it a top notch ceremony that millions of people always look forward to.
The event is watched in over 200 countries and fans always get to pick who their best dressed celebrity is. From celebs who go for the most expensive outfits to those who prefer simple and chic, yet elegant, fans always look forward to the red carpet moment of this event.
Read below for the five best Oscar dresses in history.
Charlize Theron has always had a knack for looking her best, so, it would not be surprising that at the 2004 Oscar awards, she came prepared.
During the event, she proved to everyone that looking your best can be simple and beautiful in a stylish glittering Gucci dress. The backless gown also came with a short train that flowed behind her as she walked through the red carpet.
Also, we won’t fail to mention her amazing hairstyle which consisted of short blonde curls and she had on a simple silver earring, which matched her heel sandals.
Hilary Swank made sure that when the cameras captured all her angles, they were incredible at the 2095 Oscar awards event.
The actress was dressed in a blue backless long-sleeve gown, that has over the years, become an inspiration To designers. The conservative yet incredible gown by Guy Laroche, made no attempt to conceal her jaw-dropping and elegant physique.
It seemed like the designer had a mission to keep everyone’s eyes fixed on his mule as she collected her award for Best Actress.
Halle Berry came to the 2002 Oscar Awards ceremony with one goal in mind, and that was to keep everyone staring at her in astonishment.
The actress, who became the first African-American to win Best Actress at the event, had on a unique and revealing dress by Elie Saab.
The red see-through dress, was draped with a lovely satin train and the upper part, had green flowery designs all over. However, her dress was not the only eye-catching item at the event, as the actress also gave a beautiful speech on racism.
In 1999 and 2000 respectively, Gwyneth Paltrow’s Oscar dresses put her fans in a bit of a rubble as they could not find a common ground about their likeness for the dresses.
But, fast-forward to 2012, the actress was determined to stand out and wow everyone at the ceremony.
Wearing white at the Oscars is common among stars, however, attaching a cape to a dress is an outside-the-box kind of creation.
Luckily for everyone, Paltrow was daring enough to wear a white Tom Ford design dress that came with a lengthy cape. This look became the ‘it’ look at the 2012 Oscars and fans were dazzled beyond control.
If the 2014 Oscar Awards thought fans anything, it’s that they should always be prepared for anything and everything.
From what fans had to say, no one was quite prepared for Lupita Nyong’o’s fascinating and heart-warming dress powder-blue dress.
The actress came floating in a dress by Prada that featured a plunging neckline, and waist band to give it a fitted and desirable look.
Like many Prada outfits, the gown had volume and all Nyong’o had to do, was look elegant in it.