Metallics and spring pastel palettes ruled on last night's Oscars red carpet, and while not everyone got it right, there were a few drop-dead gorgeous looks.
One style winner was Saoirse Ronan, who can rest easy knowing that she made it to the top of many a Best Dressed list today, even if she didn't go home with a Best Actress gong.
The 21-year-old looked breathtaking in a custom-made emerald green Calvin Klein gown, which she said was a nod to her "Irish heritage."
Of course, she wasn't the only one turning heads last night – here's a look at the best and worst of the Academy Awards red carpet.
Gaga's white ensemble looked like a standard gown from the back, but from the front it was a killer jumpsuit. Love.
That sheer neckline tho. J-Law worked it in Dior as always:
Mindy went for understated elegance in a black bodycon number with cobalt blue sleeves and a flowing train.
Pharrel and Helen Lasichanh
Couples' style goals right here:
Like Saoirse, Margot went for full-on metallics in a shimmering gold number. While she ran the risk of looking like an Oscars statuette, the risk totally paid off.
The soul singer took things back to a simpler era with a touch of Fifties glamour. If only we could look that perfect in pale yellow…
Sophie let her bold red locks do the talking last night, keeping her colour palette neutral in a silver-grey dress and shoes, accessorised with a diamond choker.
We love you Kate, but that shimmering black fabric is doing nothing for you. Very Debs dress circa 2003…
The puff-ball bottom is retro gone wrong, and the sequin detailing adds nothing. A no from us.- but Alicia took home the Best Supporting Actress trophy so it's not all bad.
Heidi rocked up in a what is basically a nightdress, and while we love the pale lavender colour, it's just not an Oscars look.