The Golden Statues: Outfit Trends That Graced The 2019 Oscars Red Carpet & Bridal Runways

By Amber Spence


Award season may be wrapped up now, but we can’t stop thinking about the Oscars and how many of the trends that graced the red carpet have also been seen in the bridal world! From the speeches, performances, and fashion. This fun-filled night was one that is sure to go down in history. Here are a few of our favorites looks and their bridal gown counterparts for 2019.

Look Like Regina King In CUSHNIE

First up is the beautiful Oscar winner, Regina King, who wore an Ivory, strapless, high-slit Oscar de la Renta gown with a sheath silhouette. We noticed this trend and brides are sure to love it! Especially those that appreciate being risky and want to be a little sexy on their wedding day. Regina gave was giving us leg, and so will 2019 brides.

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Look Like Kacey Musgraves In Rodarte

For the love of tulle! The impeccable country singer, Kacey Musgraves, graced the red carpet in a tiered, pink ballgown by Giambattista Valli while accessorizing her outfit with a Nial Lane Diamond. Pink has always been a favorite in the bridal world, but this year, it has been taken to greater heights. The Rodarte Fall 2019 collection consisted of a fabulous pink number that took layering and ornate ruffles up several notches! It’s a trend that’s romantic, full of personality and will be an all-time favorite for brides looking to feel ultra feminine on their special day!

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Look Like Angela Basset In Viktor & Rolf

Wakanda shoulder is this? Well, let Angela Basset explain in her absolutely stunning red carpet getup, which composed of a custom, asymmetrical, fuchsia mermaid gown by Reem Acra. This unconventional puffy sleeve was also seen in Viktor & Rolf’s Fall/Winter 2019 Collection. The puffy sleeve, just like the color pink has upgraded in wedding wear. And we’re not talking about the puffed up sleeves from your grandma’s era. These bold sleeves allow your eye to follow a great pattern that makes you appreciate the time and structure put into these gowns! This style is not only elegant, but it also opens brides up to all the different ways a puffy sleeve (or two) can be worn. 

See Also: Wedding Inspired Looks From The Oscars 2015 Red Carpet

Look Like Lupita Nyong’o In Marchesa

Lupita Nyong’o may have skipped the red carpet, but she attended the Vanity Fair Oscar Party and effortlessly gave us feathers! Wearing an Oscar de la Renta original, this gown featured a strappy one-shoulder with an asymmetrical skirt, all of which was adorned with a feathered aesthetic. It was also paired with a black sash to accentuate her waist and black heels. Lupita playfully twirled for paparazzi and showed off her fun, flirty feathers! And a similar look has made its way into bridal! Marchesa’s 2019 collection toyed around with feathers, which gives brides a chance to express and explore their coy side. It’s a trend that’s full of joy and excitement, and it is taking its rightful place in the heart of brides that dare to be different! 

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Look Like Lady Gaga In Sottero and Midgley

Oscar winner, Lady Gaga, went classic with her look. We mean Audrey Hepburn classic! Gaga teamed up with Alexander McQueen designer, Sarah Burton, to pull of this black, classic trumpet dress paired with elbow-length black gloves. An iconic Tiffany & Co. necklace tied the whole look together. One design we saw down the runway that looked reminiscent to this was in Sottero and Midgley’s Fall 2019 Collection. This trend is one that’s unorthodox but can live on forever. It’s clean, it’s elegant, it’s daring! All of which are perfect for the bride that looks up to old Hollywood glam. 

We loved seeing these trends not only grace the red carpet of the Oscars but also how they graced the aisles of our favorite 2019 bridal collections. We are looking forward to seeing more brides rock these different styles in the coming year.

What was your favorite look at the Oscars? Let us know in the comments below!


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