It's the most anticipated night of the year, and we just bet the stars who strutted their stuff on Sunday night's red carpet had been planning their outfits for the evening for weeks. So how did they fare?
Oscar style winners and losers
Reese Witherspoon may have won the Best Actress Oscar, but she didn't win too many style awards for her vintage, princess-style dress. Pretty dress, pretty girl, but this style was just a little too old for Reese, who could have benefited from something just a little more show-stopping.
Most talked about dress of the night was Charlize Theron's stiff Dior creation, with a massive bow on the shoulder. Again, we’d thought ex-model Charlize would look good in just about anything, but while the previous Oscar winner didn't exactly look bad, her dress seemed almost to be wearing her thanks to the stiff styling and over-large bow.
And the Best Dress goes to…
So who wins the Oscar for Best Dress? Well, we don't know about you, but here at The Doll Palace, our vote goes to Michelle Williams in a daring yellow Vera Wang creation. There aren't many people who could get away with a color this bright, but the Brokeback Mountain star, with her bright red lipstick and pale skin, somehow managed to pull it off.
Black and White
There were two main themes to this year's ceremony – black and white, although (thankfully) no one was wearing them together. Jennifer Anniston, Rachel Weiz, Hillary Swank and Queen Latifa all stuck to boring black, and while pregnant Best Supporting Actress Rachel Weiz had an excuse (well, black is very slimming), the rest could have been doing with a splash or two of color.
Sticking with the white theme, both Nicole Kidman and best friend Naomi Watts turned up in pale gowns to match their even paler skin. Nicole in particular cast a ghostly figure with her white-blonde hair, while Naomi went for a bridal look in white Givenchy ruffles.