2012 Oscar Dress Trends – White and Silver Beaded Gowns

Posted on Feb 27 2012 - 12:31am by Danielle Robinson

 2012 Oscar Dress Trends – White and Silver Beaded Gowns.  One of the most sought after styles at tonight’s awards included the look of white or silver beaded gowns. Ladies love the look of lightly colored gowns that look gorgeous walking down the red carpet. Many starlets were seen in either all white dresses, white beaded gowns, or silver beaded styles. Some of my favorites ladies wearing this trend included Giuliana Rancic wearing a mermaid silhouette with soft feathers featured on the shoulders and beaded bodice, and Milla Jovovich stunning in a one shoulder Elie Saab floor- length gown. Look below to see what other ladies choose to wear white or silver beaded styles.

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  1. Old Fashion Art March 2, 2012 at 12:21 pm - Reply

    Hey Fashiontrendseeker,
    Thanks for your thoughts, Fashion Week in New York, Milan and Paris brought us so many fresh dress designs and styles, we can hardly take it all in. We can’t help but be mesmerized by the scrumptious textures, sheen, sparkles and sequins, not to mention the breathtaking colors. This year we noticed a whole palette of tertiary color mixtures we had never seen before; it was as if the designers were working with tubes of oil paints rather than the trusty Crayola 64 box. Some with names like Posuolli Earth and Pthalo Blue. Huh? But we loved them anyway, even if we can’ t pronounce them!
    Regards

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