A single of the large attractions at this Sunday night's Academy Awards will, of course, be all the red carpet fashions.
But offered that so quite a few stars have been outspoken about the current political climate, will they dial back the glam in protest, or see the occasion as an opportunity to give folks an escape from reality?
"Of course we're still gonna see glitz and we're gonna see glamour, but I really feel like issues are going to be toned down," style specialist, author and reality star Carson Kressley told ABC News. "Smaller sized jewelry, smaller sized hair, not so extravagant seeking, since there's kind of a mood of sobriety."
As for the style trends we're likely to see, Yahoo Beauty and Style Inventive Director Joe Zee added that it is tough to call, for the reason that there had been so numerous unique looks on show at the award shows top up to the Oscars.
"We saw a lot of black and solid white, but we also saw a lot of stripes...stripes and florals. So I type of feel something goes," he explained.
Kressley said he's excited to see what Emma Stone wears, as nicely as as other nominees Natalie Portman, who is expecting her second child, and Michelle Williams, whom the former "Queer Eye" star described as "a tiny edgier and cool and young."
But no matter what, Zee mentioned every single nominee demands to make positive her gown will look fantastic in photographs.
"That image will recycle forever and ever," he stated with a laugh. "You do not want to be on the 10 Worst Oscar Dresses of All Time, every single year!"
The Academy Awards, which will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, air Sunday night on ABC. The red carpet extravaganza begins at 7 p.m. ET.
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