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Best of the 2014 Oscars Red Carpet: Jennifer Lawrence, Lupita Nyong'o, and More

So, who got it right and who got it oh-so-wrong? Fashion duo Tom and Lorenzo tell it like it is on the red carpet.

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Jennifer Lawrence takes (yet another) tumble in Dior, Amy Adams sports a classic tuxedo-inspired Gucci gown, and Cate Blanchett stuns in Armani Prive. Fashion duo Tom and Lorenzo share their thoughts on the Oscar's red carpet. 

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Viola Davis, Escada

Gorgeous color on her—love the 1930s hair. But this is a bit too shiny and doesn't fit as well as it should, unfortunately.

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Olivia Wilde, Valentino

Serving up Mama Chic. This fits and drapes beautifully on her. The softly romantic hair and makeup are perfectly on point. The word here is "lovely."

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Portia de Rossi, Naeem Khan

Creamy and cool, feminine and head-turning. It's chic without being attention-seeking, which strikes us as just right for her this night.

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Kristin Chenoweth, Cavalli

She's rocking the metallic trend. This fits her like a dream. It might have been nicer to get away from the gold in all the accessories, but you can't fault her for not being unified and put together.

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Kristen Bell, Cavalli

Blue-eyed blondes in pale gowns can go awfully Barbie, but this is pretty on her.

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Laura Dern, Alberta Ferretti

The pale pink does nothing for her and it's just too tight in the bust. The Country Music Awards hair isn't helping.

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Amy Adams, Gucci

We haven't always agreed with her color choices, but this midnight blue just sings on her. The fit is amazing and the pop of color and pattern in the earrings is perfect.

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Idina Menzel, Vera Wang

That hunter green is stunning on her, and we love a gal who loves a huge statement necklace. It's all very "Jessica Rabbit goes Broadway," but the fit is not great.

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Lupita Nyong'o, Prada

The pale blue is jaw-droppingly gorgeous on her. It's floaty and pretty and princessy without being a cliché about it, right down to her version of a tiara.

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Naomi Watts, Calvin Klein

The textural quality of the gown keeps it from being too clean and simple for the Oscars, as do the accessories. But, we do think that necklace might be wrong for the look.

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Julie Delpy, Jenny Packham

Thank God this has some glitter and sparkle to it, because it's shapeless and colorless otherwise. She's too beautiful to be wearing such a boring dress to the Oscars.

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Anna Kendrick, J. Mendel

We don't know...this isn't the night for tricky dresses.

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June Squibb, Tadashi Shoji

Tadashi Shoji always does right by celebrity ladies outside the "size 2/under-30" model. The fit and color are gorgeous on her.

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Jessica Biel, Chanel Couture

We feel like this is a fashion sin to say this about someone in Chanel Couture but...we're bored.

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Cate Blanchett, Armani Prive

LIVING for those earrings, which punctuate the look perfectly. She's sparkly, elegant, and head-turning. It's a look that says, "I'm here to pick up my award."

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Bette Midler, Reem Acra

Serving up Bette Midler, with a look that's exactly as we would expect from her. It's colorful and eye-catching, but it's just too tight.

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Sally Hawkins, Valentino

Some ladies can handle the heavily armored direction the line has taken, but Sally Hawkins is not one of them. This needs to be shipped off to Florence Welch.

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Sarah Paulson, Elie Saab

It's pretty and sparkly, but we'd have loved to have seen this in a richer color.

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Kerry Washington, Jason Wu

This drapes beautifully on her, but we're not at all loving the color, which does nothing for her and doesn't look great in pictures. In fact, it kind of looks like a pinned bedsheet.

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Jennifer Lawrence, Dior

This is somewhat basic. Beautiful of course, but rather low key for the Oscars, as if she expects to not win. Love the hair and the necklace.

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Charlize Theron, Dior

Absolutely flawless look. Love the barely-there straps and the unusual neckline, punctuated exquisitely by the pendant. She's a goddess.

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Anne Hathaway, Gucci

On the one hand, this is good in an "I'm here but not seeking the spotlight" way. On the other hand, it's kind of dowdy and too heavy in the bodice.

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Julia Roberts, Givenchy Haute Couture

We don't like the peplum and don't like the lacey neckline. She always looks great in black, but this one's got some trickiness that distracts.

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Kate Hudson, Versace

Serving up old Hollywood glamour with some 21st Century attitude. This is a flawless diva look.

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Emma Watson, Vera Wang

There is such a thing as being too tasteful. Lighten up, dear. You're young, rich, and thin.

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Angelina Jolie, Elie Saab

We're thrilled to see her NOT wearing a black gown. Would've loved an actual color here, but there's a sort of "serious glamour" vibe to this look that suits the image she's trying to project.

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Sandra Bullock, Alexander McQueen

This may be a personal best, as far as we're concerned. It's a brilliant color and a beautiful shape. It's impossible to look at her and not think, "That's a movie star."

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Jada Pinkett, Versace

Serving up '70s Cher on a platter.

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Jennifer Garner, Oscar de la Renta

She looks very respectable in a Hollywood kind of way. We love that the skirt has some movement to it. Otherwise, this might have been a little boring. Her hair looks amazing.

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Jenna Dewan-Tatum

The shape is gorgeous and the skirt is dramatic and Oscars-appropriate. Once again, we find ourselves wishing for a richer color.

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Lady Gaga, Atelier Versace

Dramatic, as one would expect from Gaga. It's the perfect blend of Hollywood and Drag Queen glamour.

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Penelope Cruz, Giambattista Valli

The color is lovely on her - and right on trend for the night. But she's a tiny lady, and that's a whole lot of fabric for her to handle.

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Meryl Streep

Mary Louise likes to be covered up and draped, so this is exactly what the lady wants to wear. It works for us. The neckline is lovely, and the pops of bling in her accessories really bump up the glam - although we would have taken off one bracelet.