Oscars 2013 Red Carpet style

If you caught this year’s Academy Awards, we hope you noticed what we did: the ladies delivered the fashion like never before! Instead of seeing a sea of cookie-cutter, repetitive styles, the red carpet was filled with one gorgeous dress after the next.

The big trends? Metallic, body-conscious flowing dresses, full-skirts, and creamy hues.

Family Guy funny man Seth MacFarlane hosted Hollywood’s most important soiree. He brought a nice light touch to the sometimes too-long production. While some of his jokes were a bit uncomfortable (re: Abraham Lincoln’s assassination), he was overall charming and relaxed.

Now let’s get to the good stuff:

BEST DRESSED

Zoe Saldana in Alexis Mabille

From the embellished top to the way the light hues complemented her skin tone, this dress was absolute perfection.

Jessica Chastain in Armani Prive

One of the most talked about looks of the night, Jessica Chastain’s gold dress was the definition of Hollywood glamour. And with the red lips? Total femme fatale!

Namoi Watts in Armani Prive

The gunmetal color totally made her stand out on the red carpet. Matched with her porcelain skin and chic updo, this look was a favorite for many. Major wow.

Stacey Keibler in Naeem Khan

George Clooney’s blonde beauty looked striking in this metallic dress. The statuesque star has had many hits on the red carpet, and this stunner is no exception.

Charleze Theron in Dior Haute Couture

One of the few women who can pull off such short hair, Charleze was the epitome of timeless beauty in this divine white ensemble.

WORST DRESSED

Heidi Klum in Julien Macdonald

She’s got a supermodel body and an undeniably gorgeous face – but Heidi Klum’s golden dress was a bit too sexy and glitzy for this particular ceremony.

Jennifer Aniston in Valentino

While this look wasn’t that bad, we expected more from America’s sweetheart. This red gown completely devoured her, and we couldn’t see any of that famous body.

Anne Hathaway in Prada

We appreciate Anne giving a shout out to one of her movies, but this plain dress did nothing to flatter the Oscar winner. With all the attention she has received lately, we were hoping to see her in something more dramatic.

Jennifer Garner in Gucci

We know this one topped a lot of people’s best dressed lists – but something about it felt off. Maybe it was the strong plum color or the big poufy train in the back. The hairstyle and jewels were gorgeous, but this dress was an unfortunate miss.

Kristen Stewart in Reem Acra

Oh, Kristen. We know you don’t love to smile and make nice on the red carpet. But a little effort would be appreciated. This pale color completely washed her out and the dress itself appeared not to fit her properly.

Do you agree with our choices? Who stole the show for you?

WORST DRESSED

Heidi Klum in Julien Macdonald

She’s got a supermodel body and an undeniably gorgeous face – but Heidi Klum’s golden dress was a bit too sexy and glitzy for this particular ceremony.

Jennifer Aniston in Valentino

While this look wasn’t that bad, we expected more from America’s sweetheart. This red gown completely devoured her, and we couldn’t see any of that famous body.

Anne Hathaway in Prada

We appreciate Anne giving a shout out to one of her movies, but this plain dress did nothing to flatter the Oscar winner. With all the attention she has received lately, we were hoping to see her in something more dramatic.

Jennifer Garner in Gucci

We know this one topped a lot of people’s best dressed lists – but something about it felt off. Maybe it was the strong plum color or the big poufy train in the back. The hairstyle and jewels were gorgeous, but this dress was an unfortunate miss.

Kristen Stewart in Reem Acra

Oh, Kristen. We know you don’t love to smile and make nice on the red carpet. But a little effort would be appreciated. This pale color completely washed her out and the dress itself appeared to not fit her properly.

Do you agree with our choices? Who stole the show for you?

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