In what has got to be one of the looks of the night, last year's Best Actress winner Sandra Bullock left the metallic sparkle she wore when picking up her award for the Blind Side at home and looked gorgeous again in classic red.
Best supporting actress nominee Amy Adams is always elegant, and attending the 83rd Annual Academy Awards last night was no different.
With all the pale and blush colors she usually wears, the dark color choice of her L'Wren Scott dress is a little unexpected; it seemed almost black in some lights but showed up a range of blue hues under the flashbulbs.
Amy always picks a shade that compliments her colorings and even if she didn't with her gown, she did with the jewelry - over $1,000,000 worth of Cartier diamonds and emeralds.
Her first Oscars but Jennifer Lawrence has been on a streak so far this season. Some don't rate her style but STS thinks she's almost spot-on - you wouldn't know she was practically a red carpet newcomer.
Nominated for Winter's Bone, Jennifer wore what's probably been her most simple look so far this red carpet season - a streamlined Calvin Klein number.
It's an elegant look but there's simply elegant then just too simple - not quite sure this is an Oscar-standard look.
Accessorizing was a gold clutch, Jimmy Choo sandals and Chopard jewels.
Up for Best Actress for her role in Rabbit Hole, Nicole Kidman, opted away from her go-to designers L'Wren Scott and Nina Ricci; instead wearing Dior Haute Couture.
You can't really fault Nicole, her looks are elegant and flawless but rarely exciting. Despite all the emblishments this was still a bit of a boring look, and even her red Pierre Hardy shoes couldn't boost much life into it.
Her necklace was surely the main attraction - 150 carats worth of diamonds from Fred Leighton.
Attending the 83rd Annual Academy Awards on February 27, Scarlett Johansson stuck with her favoured feminine look in a mulberry-colored Dolce & Gabbana dress which was quite conservative from the front, and a lot more stunning from the back with it's flesh-revealing cut-out.
The lacy fabric could easily have been too fussy so Scarlett kept her hair in fuss-free waves but her Anna Hu dragon design ring certainly wasn't simple.
Making her way down the Oscars red carpet, Best Actress nominee Michelle Williams stayed true to her usual simple and vintage-inspired style in her white Chanel Haute Couture cap-sleeve dress which was emboidered with hundreds of of pearls.
The look was very fresh and simple; Harry Winston diamonds were her added glitter, and barely seen white Jimmy Choo pumps completed the look.