I read the first Hunger Games book in 24 hours. Yes, it is that good and the movie comes out this March. Jeremy and I are stoked. You can watch the movie trailer it here.
On Friday, my friend Ashlee and I went thrifting and I scored this beautiful mirrored tray.
We went out and about on Saturday and then had a fun Saturday night date.
We also sugared up on some yummy drinks.
And then Sunday happened. It was pretty much the best day ever. The prettiest weather, the best conversations, yummiest egg sandwich, and a walk in Centennial Park. Made me thankful for my best friend.
I hope that you had a wonderful weekend and enjoyed the Oscars on Sunday night. If you missed our Oscar fashion post, you can catch up here.
The Oscars were on last night. The fashion was glorious, Billy Crystal was sweet, and I was so pumped that Meryl won. (And very bummed Jonah Hill (Best Supporting Actor) and Kristen Wig (Screenplay- Bridesmaids) lost- pulling for the underdog, duh.) I went to an Oscar party at one of my friends house and we all filled out ballots of who we thought would win. I obviously am not educated on any of these movies, so my ballot was horrible- I picked 3 out of the 21 categories last night. Haha. Like I said, uneducated.
Anyways, moving onto the good part- the beautiful dresses. I feel like there was a lot of diversity on the red carpet last night and I loved seeing what everyone had on. Here are our top three and a couple honorable mentions- because it’s the Oscars- so pick your fav and vote at the bottom!
A: Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace
M: Kristen Wiig in J.Mendel
A: Rooney Mara in Givenchy Haute Couture
M: Berenice Bejo in Elie Saab
A: Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton
M: two way tie: Gwyneth Paltrow in Tom Ford and Emma Stone in Giambattista Valli
A: Kate Mara in Elie Saab
M: Penelope Ann Miller in custom Badgley Mischka
and Livia Giuggiolo (Colin Firth’s wife) in Valentino
Alright, you know what to do. Vote for your favorite and who you think was best dressed at the Oscars 2012.