What did I love most about Oscar’s fashion last night? These celebrities kept it REAL, filling the red carpet with classic looks: nudes and blacks, red lips, sleek hair (well, maybe except for Kristen Stewart), and—sequins.

The two trends I want to try like now? Simple yet elegant updo and sparkly dress. A few actresses managed to rock both at the same time: Renee Zellweger, Amanda Seyfried, and Amy Adams donned classy sparkles in nude shades with relaxed low buns, giving off a “I’m glamorous but cool” vibe that made me seriously jealous. I want to be each and every one of them.

However—it was Naomi Watts in a metallic Armani Privé gown who completely stole my heart. That open-shoulder cutting straight through her left collarbone was amazing; I could’ve stared at it for a long time. And that messy-yet-perfectly-calculated bun combined with a minimal make-up look was the perfect combination. She made the dress pop (in a color, not size, way) and her face radiated natural beauty—Naomi teach me please? Loved it and love her.

This Friday we’ll be shooting at the studio and I’m not leaving without trying this look! Pictures and how to’s will abound, so definitely stay tuned!

What was your favorite Oscar look?
—Bella What did I love most about Oscar’s fashion last night? These celebrities kept it REAL, filling the red carpet with classic looks: nudes and blacks, red lips, sleek hair (well, maybe except for Kristen Stewart), and—sequins.

The two trends I want to try like now? Simple yet elegant updo and sparkly dress. A few actresses managed to rock both at the same time: Renee Zellweger, Amanda Seyfried, and Amy Adams donned classy sparkles in nude shades with relaxed low buns, giving off a “I’m glamorous but cool” vibe that made me seriously jealous. I want to be each and every one of them.

However—it was Naomi Watts in a metallic Armani Privé gown who completely stole my heart. That open-shoulder cutting straight through her left collarbone was amazing; I could’ve stared at it for a long time. And that messy-yet-perfectly-calculated bun combined with a minimal make-up look was the perfect combination. She made the dress pop (in a color, not size, way) and her face radiated natural beauty—Naomi teach me please? Loved it and love her.

This Friday we’ll be shooting at the studio and I’m not leaving without trying this look! Pictures and how to’s will abound, so definitely stay tuned!

What was your favorite Oscar look?
—Bella What did I love most about Oscar’s fashion last night? These celebrities kept it REAL, filling the red carpet with classic looks: nudes and blacks, red lips, sleek hair (well, maybe except for Kristen Stewart), and—sequins.

The two trends I want to try like now? Simple yet elegant updo and sparkly dress. A few actresses managed to rock both at the same time: Renee Zellweger, Amanda Seyfried, and Amy Adams donned classy sparkles in nude shades with relaxed low buns, giving off a “I’m glamorous but cool” vibe that made me seriously jealous. I want to be each and every one of them.

However—it was Naomi Watts in a metallic Armani Privé gown who completely stole my heart. That open-shoulder cutting straight through her left collarbone was amazing; I could’ve stared at it for a long time. And that messy-yet-perfectly-calculated bun combined with a minimal make-up look was the perfect combination. She made the dress pop (in a color, not size, way) and her face radiated natural beauty—Naomi teach me please? Loved it and love her.

This Friday we’ll be shooting at the studio and I’m not leaving without trying this look! Pictures and how to’s will abound, so definitely stay tuned!

What was your favorite Oscar look?
—Bella What did I love most about Oscar’s fashion last night? These celebrities kept it REAL, filling the red carpet with classic looks: nudes and blacks, red lips, sleek hair (well, maybe except for Kristen Stewart), and—sequins.

The two trends I want to try like now? Simple yet elegant updo and sparkly dress. A few actresses managed to rock both at the same time: Renee Zellweger, Amanda Seyfried, and Amy Adams donned classy sparkles in nude shades with relaxed low buns, giving off a “I’m glamorous but cool” vibe that made me seriously jealous. I want to be each and every one of them.

However—it was Naomi Watts in a metallic Armani Privé gown who completely stole my heart. That open-shoulder cutting straight through her left collarbone was amazing; I could’ve stared at it for a long time. And that messy-yet-perfectly-calculated bun combined with a minimal make-up look was the perfect combination. She made the dress pop (in a color, not size, way) and her face radiated natural beauty—Naomi teach me please? Loved it and love her.

This Friday we’ll be shooting at the studio and I’m not leaving without trying this look! Pictures and how to’s will abound, so definitely stay tuned!

What was your favorite Oscar look?
—Bella What did I love most about Oscar’s fashion last night? These celebrities kept it REAL, filling the red carpet with classic looks: nudes and blacks, red lips, sleek hair (well, maybe except for Kristen Stewart), and—sequins.

The two trends I want to try like now? Simple yet elegant updo and sparkly dress. A few actresses managed to rock both at the same time: Renee Zellweger, Amanda Seyfried, and Amy Adams donned classy sparkles in nude shades with relaxed low buns, giving off a “I’m glamorous but cool” vibe that made me seriously jealous. I want to be each and every one of them.

However—it was Naomi Watts in a metallic Armani Privé gown who completely stole my heart. That open-shoulder cutting straight through her left collarbone was amazing; I could’ve stared at it for a long time. And that messy-yet-perfectly-calculated bun combined with a minimal make-up look was the perfect combination. She made the dress pop (in a color, not size, way) and her face radiated natural beauty—Naomi teach me please? Loved it and love her.

This Friday we’ll be shooting at the studio and I’m not leaving without trying this look! Pictures and how to’s will abound, so definitely stay tuned!

What was your favorite Oscar look?
—Bella What did I love most about Oscar’s fashion last night? These celebrities kept it REAL, filling the red carpet with classic looks: nudes and blacks, red lips, sleek hair (well, maybe except for Kristen Stewart), and—sequins.

The two trends I want to try like now? Simple yet elegant updo and sparkly dress. A few actresses managed to rock both at the same time: Renee Zellweger, Amanda Seyfried, and Amy Adams donned classy sparkles in nude shades with relaxed low buns, giving off a “I’m glamorous but cool” vibe that made me seriously jealous. I want to be each and every one of them.

However—it was Naomi Watts in a metallic Armani Privé gown who completely stole my heart. That open-shoulder cutting straight through her left collarbone was amazing; I could’ve stared at it for a long time. And that messy-yet-perfectly-calculated bun combined with a minimal make-up look was the perfect combination. She made the dress pop (in a color, not size, way) and her face radiated natural beauty—Naomi teach me please? Loved it and love her.

This Friday we’ll be shooting at the studio and I’m not leaving without trying this look! Pictures and how to’s will abound, so definitely stay tuned!

What was your favorite Oscar look?
—Bella What did I love most about Oscar’s fashion last night? These celebrities kept it REAL, filling the red carpet with classic looks: nudes and blacks, red lips, sleek hair (well, maybe except for Kristen Stewart), and—sequins.

The two trends I want to try like now? Simple yet elegant updo and sparkly dress. A few actresses managed to rock both at the same time: Renee Zellweger, Amanda Seyfried, and Amy Adams donned classy sparkles in nude shades with relaxed low buns, giving off a “I’m glamorous but cool” vibe that made me seriously jealous. I want to be each and every one of them.

However—it was Naomi Watts in a metallic Armani Privé gown who completely stole my heart. That open-shoulder cutting straight through her left collarbone was amazing; I could’ve stared at it for a long time. And that messy-yet-perfectly-calculated bun combined with a minimal make-up look was the perfect combination. She made the dress pop (in a color, not size, way) and her face radiated natural beauty—Naomi teach me please? Loved it and love her.

This Friday we’ll be shooting at the studio and I’m not leaving without trying this look! Pictures and how to’s will abound, so definitely stay tuned!

What was your favorite Oscar look?
—Bella

What did I love most about Oscar’s fashion last night? These celebrities kept it REAL, filling the red carpet with classic looks: nudes and blacks, red lips, sleek hair (well, maybe except for Kristen Stewart), and—sequins.

The two trends I want to try like now? Simple yet elegant updo and sparkly dress. A few actresses managed to rock both at the same time: Renee Zellweger, Amanda Seyfried, and Amy Adams donned classy sparkles in nude shades with relaxed low buns, giving off a “I’m glamorous but cool” vibe that made me seriously jealous. I want to be each and every one of them.

However—it was Naomi Watts in a metallic Armani Privé gown who completely stole my heart. That open-shoulder cutting straight through her left collarbone was amazing; I could’ve stared at it for a long time. And that messy-yet-perfectly-calculated bun combined with a minimal make-up look was the perfect combination. She made the dress pop (in a color, not size, way) and her face radiated natural beauty—Naomi teach me please? Loved it and love her.

This Friday we’ll be shooting at the studio and I’m not leaving without trying this look! Pictures and how to’s will abound, so definitely stay tuned!

What was your favorite Oscar look?

—Bella