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March 09, 2010


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I thought Carrie Mulligan looked very pretty and original and comfortable. Charlize Theron's odd dress has really grown on me and now I like it. Same thing with Sarah Jessica Parker-- it was so weird! I wouldn't go as far as to say I "like" it now, but I do "get" it now. =)

I think my two "can do no wrong" ladies are Maggie Gyllenhaal and Helen Mirren. Always lovely.

I have to agree, Rachel McAdams dress was by far my favourite.

There were so many that I didn't really like, especially Amanda Seyfried whose I thought looked like bubble wrap!

Hello Kat!

My favorites numbers include Diane Kruger in Chanel Couture and Demi Moore (incredibly pretty) in Versace - strange because I usually Idon't like Versace so much...

I was surprised to hear in the news that Jennifer Lopez was deemed the most elegant...

I loved Diane Kruger's Chanel Couture, but Rachel's dress was lovely also.

PS-I just discovered your blog, and I love it!


That dress is sooo being wrapped in a watercolor painting on tissue...*sigh*...There were many lovely gowns at the Oscars this year. I especially liked the gowns on Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, and I've always liked Sarah Jessica Parkers funky style. Happy Day, Kat :o) ((HUGS))

I agree, she was lovely! I loved Miley Cyrus and Zoe Saldana!

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