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The Oscar’s Trends: Runway to Table Top

March 2, 2017
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The 2017 Oscar’s proved to be nothing short of enchanting (minus the final slipup). The “City of Stars” lit up the runway with overwhelming glamour and glitz. Many of the leading women who took the red carpet were in gowns fit for a queen. It wasn’t hard to miss the top spotted trends: gold, velvet, sequin and beading.

With so many glamorous looks, we wanted to show how to translate some of the top red carpet looks into your next event.

Emma Stone

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Sporting Givenchy and Tiffany & Co. Jewelry, this Oscar winning star stunned the runway. The haute couture look featured tiered fringe. Recreate this gold, blinged look with Golden Helena, Gold Deidra with Gold or Ivory Luxe.

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Michelle Williams

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Nominated for Best Supporting Actress, Michelle Williams graced her way through the Oscar’s with a black velvet halter gown and a heavy embroidered skirt. Pair an event’s look together with Onyx Velvet, a rich textured linen, and Harvest Shanelle, a delicate wave of ribbons.

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Janelle Monáe

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Although a first timer at the Academy Awards, Janelle Monáe made a dramatic red carpet entrance in Elie Saab Couture and Forevermark Diamonds. Looking to make a bold statement like this? Try pairing Silver Birch and Black Gabriella. An alternative, Platinum Tori, provides a stunning and truly elegant look to any event.

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Jessica Biel

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Kaufman Franco and Tiffany & Co. Jewelry gave Jessica Biel a look that turned heads. Combining gold and metallics, this head-turning style can be recreated through many styles of linen. Ecru Tori paired with Venus Sequin will bring the perfect warmth to any celebration. Gold Moda and Gold Cotier work as a perfect stand alone option, highlighting personality.

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Taraji P. Henson

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Hidden Figures star Taraji P. Henson stepped onto the Oscars in custom Alberta Ferretti. This midnight blue velvet gown flows with elegance and grace. To give you the same luxurious feeling, choose your favorite color from the Velvet Collection.

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Emma Roberts 

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A vintage Armani Prive gown gave Emma Roberts a jaw-dropping look on this year’s red carpet. All about juxtapositions, this design combined satin, sequin and lace. Create your own look using Ivory Corsage, Ivory Maxwell and bring it all together with Black Graceful

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This year’s Oscars did not disappoint. Bring to life this beauty and glamour to your next event with BBJ Linen.

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