Now that award season 2019 is over, we can take a look back through all of the red carpets of the year and diagnose what sartorial moves stand out the most. We might not find ourselves decked out in haute couture garments and/ or custom tuxes very often( or ever ), but as self-professed celebrity know-it-alls, we can still study their every move — style moves included. Since the Golden Globes kicked off red carpet season last January, we’ve born witness to dozens of brightly-colored frocks, Joan of Arc-esque metallic attires and plenties and lots of capes. But if there’s one tendency we’ve insured most this season, it’s princess gowns.
Or instead, Disney princess gowns. And now, after studying the best( and worst) looks of Oscar night, we couldn’t help but notice the similarities between our favorite -Alisters and Disney royalty. From Laura Harrier’s Louis Vuitton ensemble that gave us total Princess and the Frog vibes to Constance Wu’s near-exact replica of Belle’s yellow dress in Beauty and the Beast, we’re calling out the most Disney-inspired appears of the Oscars red carpet. So instead of mourn the facts of the case that Bradley Cooper didn’t win Best Actor( because duh, Rami deserved it more) in the morning, take a mini-scroll through this happily-ever-after round-up of Disney-approved garments from the 91 st Annual Academy Awards.
Laura Harrier in Louis Vuitton as Tiana in The Princess and the Frog
Angela Bassett in Reem Acra as Sleeping Beauty’s Aurora
Constance Wu in Versace as Beauty and the Beast’s Belle
Emilia Clarke in Balmain as Hercules’ Megara
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