Great style at Vanity Fair Oscars after party

At the Oscars, all of the attention was focused on what celebrities were wearing on the red carpet. This year’s red carpet was truly a display of many sophisticated artworks of high fashion and couture. However, if a celebrity didn’t attend the Oscars, it doesn’t mean that she lost the chance to doll up. The Vanity Fair Oscars after party gathered the rest of prominent singers, actresses and trend-setters. Here are some highlights.
Amanda Seyfried, Cameron Diaz and Taylor Swift all opted for mini-dresses with varying levels of coverage.

Taylor Swift’s sequin sweetheart dress was the most “mini” in that she bared all – legs and shoulders. She managed to keep it classy nonetheless with loose curls in a low bun and red lips. Cameron Diaz’s Carolina Herrera satin dress appeared more covered up because of the ruffle one shoulder. It was both feminine and hip. Also wearing black peep toes, actress Amanda Seyfried was cute with a full ruffle neckline, long sleeves and a hint of lingerie. I only wish she had an updo to show off more of the neckline.

On the opposite end, Nicole Richie, Camila Alves, and Selena Gomez went for full-length gowns. Nicole’s white cut-out column dress was a stunner and huge improvement from last year. Camila Alves is such a beautiful woman who radiates class. Not only did she pull off the Kaufman Franco ball gown with a plunging neckline at the Oscars, Mrs. Matthew McConaughey picked yet another gorgeous nude and lace Marchesa mermaid gown for the after party. Finally, Selena Gomez was sweet and glowing in the arms of Justin Bieber. Her pick of a red Grecian gown was simple yet elegant. See more after party photos here!

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