Oh, hey guys.
It’s that time of year again, where we get to ~swoon~ over our fave actors in their red carpet attire, while still imagining that they are totally the same characters they portrayed in their amazing films.
Along with the nominated films also comes some major ~award-winning~ looks. So whatever film you’ll be supporting, here’s how you can get the look from your favourite Oscar nominated picture. And don’t forget to tune into The Academy Awards March 4th on CTV at 8e/6p.
CALL ME BY YOUR NAME
Elio and Oliver are our fashion *vacay* GOALS. Call Me By Your Name had us craving summer European adventures (and food) with it’s plethora of linen shorts, breezy button-ups and bikes.
THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI
Take a page from Mildred Hayes and her bad ass DGAF attitude by throwing on this jumpsuit and conquering whatever the hell you want. Yeah, that’s right, a jumpsuit just has that effect.
Just like Lady Bird gave her name to herself, do yourself a favour and give this outfit to yourself (or really, any of Saoirse Ronan’s outfits in this film).
Although this dress isn’t a Reynolds Woodcock original, it will still make you feel beautiful enough to be someone’s muse. Pair it with MAC’s satin lipstick in ‘Del Rio’ and this sparkly clutch, perfect for holding your cell phone and a few poisonous mushrooms.
THE SHAPE OF WATER
If this classic look can attract the attention of a mysterious water creature, then it should also do the trick for those above water level as well.
The spotlight is all over Lily James for this Get The Look. With a fresh take on her cute business wardrobe, this look is fun, trendy, and would totally fit in at your work place.
Just because all the soldiers in Dunkirk wear the same uniform doesn’t mean you have to. Make a statement with these military-inspired pieces for an outfit that ~stands out~ from the rest.
When meeting your bae’s parents for the first time, the key is to look casual and put together but without over doing it — and Daniel Kaluuya’s character gets that. Just don’t forget a bold accessory (just in case of an emergency…)
Whether you work in the newspaper biz or just read a lot of them, be your own ~girl boss~ and take your style inspo from none other than mega actress Meryl Streep in The Post.
By: Brooklyn Neustaeter