Oscar Fashion Hits and Misses

What were the trends, who hit the fashion mark, and who missed it at the Oscars? INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.

 A big trend of the night was plunging necklines.

Kate Hudson channeled old Hollywood glamor in a low-cut gown with a dramatic cape by Atelier Versace.  

Lupita Nyong’o was a vision in her pale blue Prada gown. The dress, with deep V's in the back and the front, was accessorized with a gold and diamond headband. 

Pale shimmering colors were also on-trend.  

Lindsay Miller, entertainment editor at Popsugar told INSIDE EDITION, “We saw a lot of blushes, and nudes, a lot of embellishment.”  

Jennifer Garner kept her hair in soft loose waves as she sparkled in a silver beaded fringe gown by Oscar de la Renta.  

Suzanne Marques, entertainment reporter KCLA-KCBS-TV told INSIDE EDITION, “I think the look of the night was Angelina Jolie.  She just sparkled from head to toe. And when she and Brad Pitt hit the carpet it's like the king and queen of Hollywood have arrived and she always looks the part.”  

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Deborah Norville also wore the color of the night—a champagne-colored beaded dress by Rene Ruiz. Her jewelry was by Camilla Dietz-Bergeron.

Sandra Bullock wore a midnight blue gown by Alexander McQueen.  

Marques said, “Sandra Bullock looked gorgeous and effervescent. It's because it draped over her body and looked very seductive.”

Expectant moms had a star style all their own. Olivia Wilde showed off her growing baby bump in a black sheath dress with open back.  

Kerry Washington’s amethyst-colored gown was a casualty of the soggy red carpet. But the star of TV’s Scandal didn't let her water stained hemline dampen her glow. The mom-to-be looked radiant in her strapless dress by Jason Wu.  

Singer Pharrell Williams made a fashion statement sporting a tuxedo with shorts, styled with oxfords and no socks on Hollywood's biggest night of the year.