Red Carpet Season Fashion Trend Favorites

Award’s season has come and gone, but we definitely can’t get the high fashion glamorous looks out of our heads. From gunmetal gems to colorless beauties, the red carpet was filled with amazing new and exciting looks perfect for Hollywood’s elite and will be great trends to follow for prom. For those girls who want to get a glamorous Hollywood look for prom, Jovani Fashions has the perfect looks to make you feel like the classic beauties strutting their stuff down the red carpet. Here are our takes on this year’s red carpet trends.

Color Pop: Color on the red carpet was not as present this year as it was in past, but when it was there it popped! From Jane Fonda’s youthful yellow gown at this year’s Academy Awards to Melissa Menounos’ hot pink Barbie look, color made the most classic of silhouettes pop in neon style. Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington looked stunning in cobalt blue and coral respectively. Jessica Alba’s fully loaded coral ensemble for the Golden Globes made a huge splash in a sea of nudes, blacks and reds seen on other celebrities. Dresses like Jovani 77664 bring “pop of color” to another level. The hot pink mermaid gown features a waist belt with a beautiful bow embellishment. The simplicity and elegance of this gown from Jovani’s newest formal dress collection, makes it a go-to selection for the lady who wants a great look without added beading and jeweled embellishments.

Color Was a Big Trend on the Red Carpet: Jane Fonda, Melissa Menounos, Lily Collins, Jessica Alba

Color Was a Big Trend on the Red Carpet: Jane Fonda, Melissa Menounos, Lily Collins, Jessica Alba

Wow in this hot pink stunner, Jovani Style 77664

Wow in this hot pink stunner, Jovani Style 77664

 

Dresses of Steel: When you want to make a statement but don’t want to rock a bright and bold color or soft and subtle nudes go for metallic and gunmetal tones in sleek and fitting silhouettes. These natural elements are perfect for the vixens who want a Bond girl look. From Naomi Watts to Stacy Keibler, silver and gunmetal tones are bringing sexy back in a glamorous and classic style. From the silvery tones of worn by Amy Adams and Jennifer Lawrence at the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscars Party, to the copper-goodness of Jessica Chastain and the pewter stripes of Halle Berry’s Bond girl dress, we can tell that these sleek metallic colors looks  fantastic on any skin tone. To get a sleek and sultry look like Naomi Watts, try one of Jovani’s silver stunners like style 1310 and style 1371. These two prom dresses are sultry and sophisticated while still bringing the wow with metallic. Another amazing choice would be the gold and silver beading featured on Jovani 5129. This pageant dress brings a statuesque elegance perfect for the red carpet.

These ladies pushed the petal to the metal in these amazing dresses. Naomi Watts, Amy Adams, Jessica Chastain, Stacy Keibler

These ladies pushed the petal to the metal in these amazing dresses. Naomi Watts, Amy Adams, Jessica Chastain, Halle Berry, Stacy Keibler

Bring out the metals in this gorgeous pageant dress, Jovani Style 5129

Bring out the metals in this gorgeous pageant dress, Jovani Style 5129

Black, White, and In-between: What better way to make a statement on the red carpet than rocking no color at all. Stars like Zoe Saldana, Jennifer Lopez and Eva Longoria looked amazing in grey, white, and black gowns that not only showed off their amazing figures but still packed a punch on the red carpet. These glamorous gowns were breathtaking statements that were off the color charts literally. With monochromatic pallets being a major trend this season, it’s no wonder we’ve seen stars rocking the colorless frocks like Nicole Richie. To rock these styles, don’t be afraid to choose something with a little more texture. Jovani 3111 is a beautiful black mermaid gown that features tear drop beading from the bust all the way down to the spiraled hem. While Jovani Pageant style 72629 takes Hollywood glam to the next level with a full feathered skirt and style 157976 uses gold baroque details to bring out a classic feel. The delicate and unique details of these gowns give it an added ounce of power and elegance.

Monochrome Divas have hit the scene in style. Charlize Theron, Nicole Richie, Zoe Saldana, Eva Longoria, Sandra Bullock

Monochrome Divas have hit the scene in style. Charlize Theron, Nicole Richie, Zoe Saldana, Eva Longoria, Sandra Bullock

Be stunning in white with Jovani style 72629

Be stunning in white with Jovani style 72629

Go Big or Go Home: Whoever said bigger was better, was completely right! At this year’s awards stars took a page out of our favorite fairytales and brought back the classic ball gown. From Jennifer Lawrence’s breathtaking white gown to Kerry Washington’s pastel-blocked Oscar De La Renta Stunner, glamour was pushed to the forefront in beautiful full skirts. While these two made statements, no bigger statement was made in a ball gown on the red carpet than when Amy Adams glided in a whimsical ruffled tiered ball gown.  Jovani style 4000 fits perfectly into the whimsical realm of fairytales and designer prom gowns. Featuring a sheer corset bodice and full grey tulle skirt with a hint of green, this dress brings every girls fairy tale dreams to life.

Whimsical Ball Gowns bring fairy tales to life. Amy Adams, Kerry Washington, Jennifer Lawrence

Whimsical Ball Gowns bring fairy tales to life. Amy Adams, Kerry Washington, Jennifer Lawrence

Jovani style 4000 make you feel as if you are walking on air.

Jovani style 4000 make you feel as if you are walking on air.

No matter which red carpet style you choose to go with, we’re sure you’ll look amazing, because when you choose Jovani, you are always best dressed.

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