It seems that the same trends and styles that permeated the Oscars carried over quite easily to the after parties. There were still whites and blush tones, lots of sparkles and metallics, and the only colors making an appearance being red and blue. Regardless, the ladies looked lovely, as to be expected:
From left: Amanda Seyfried in a red Givenchy dress (which she performed in during the show); Elizabeth Banks in a strapless Alexander McQueen gown with gold accents, Dior Fine Jewelry and a funky braided updo; Hilary Swank in a crimson Valentino gown from the design house’s Spring 2013 Couture runway.
From left: Jennifer Lawrence in a simple and skintight metallic Calvin Klein Collection gown; Kate Beckinsale in a spiderweb-esque beaded Monique Lhuillier gown, plus Chopard jewels, a Roger Vivier box clutch and her signature perky pony; Naomi Watts in a dazzling black-and-gold one-shoulder Emilio Pucci gown with Neil Lane jewels
From left: Lily Collins in a midnight Zuhair Murad gown, with Takat earrings; Ginnifer Goodwin in a vibrant metallic blue eye shadow to complement her cerulean fit-and-flare Monique Lhuillier dress; Isla Fisher in a cobalt blue Monique Lhuillier dress.
From left: Karolina Kurkova in a cutout Atelier Versace number with neon piping, gold zipper detailing and a sexy sheer side panel; Miranda Kerr in a long-sleeve sheer black Valentino gown with a plunging neckline and sparkly embellishments, plus a Jimmy Choo clutch; Zoe Saldana in a black Givenchy design.
From left: Diane Kruger in a black-and-white printed long-sleeve Giambattista Valli mini; Nina Dobrev in a bold printed Naeem Khan gown, Swarovski envelope clutch, Chopard jewels and a fun ponytail; Natalie Portman in an ivory empire-waist Dior gown with a feminine bow-accented detail, with a unique top-handle clutch, also by Dior, and bright green earrings.