Styled By Stacee | Oscar’s Red Carpet Looks | Nitsa’s Gowns

After the 2017 Oscars, Stacee stopped by Charlotte’s premier bridal salon and gown boutique, Nitsa’s in Southpark to style and model some of her favorite red carpet trends.

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LOOK 1: THE RED

Pronovias, Red lace bodice gown with sheer overlay and illusion sleeves. Dress, $960, Earrings, $280

The color red did not stop any of the Oscar beauties from looking their best! Ruth Negga, Ginnifer Goodwin, and Voila Davis were gorgeous in long sleeved and off-the- shoulder designs. This long sleeved sheer lace Pronovias dress was a perfect compliment to several gowns that graced the red carpet. I loved the way the dress was fitted through the bodice and then flared at the knee to showcase all of the beautiful mixed lace patterns.

LOOK 2: THE GOLD

Hervé Léger Lilyanna one-shoulder metallic bandage gown $2,390 
Amanda Judge Embellished Band, $760

Wearing gold is a definite way to shine on the red carpet, or at any gala event. Jessica Biel, Emma Stone and Charlize Theron looked stunning as they dripped in gold at the Oscars. When I saw the metallic Herve Leger dress at Nitsa’s, I knew it was one to highlight. I paired it with an embellished band turning it into a choker necklace for added glitz.

LOOK 3: THE WHITE

Pronovias, White mermaid gown with gemstone embroidery, $2,760 
Earrings, $120, Snakeskin lace metallic clutch, $85

In addition to beautiful cocktail dresses, Nitsa’s is known for their amazing wedding gowns. Several of which mimic that of Oscar 2017’s best dressed looks. I was immediately drawn to this Pronovias gown with its sleek design and embellished gemstone back detail. White, Cream, Accrue, Eggshell, whatever you want to call it, this color was popular on the red carpet in all shades.

 

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