Everyone loves the Oscars red carpet. It’s probably the most highly anticipated red carpet in the world and no other red carpet can compare! But it’s not the only velvet carpet A-list celebrities will be walking down on that night. While most of us viewers head to bed once The Oscars ceremony ends – because let’s face it the ceremony always ends late – celebrities are making hurried wardrobe changes and hitting the after-party scene in new outfits. After-party red carpets are a chance for the winners to show off their new prizes and a chance for the losers to still win best dressed of the night. So let’s see who had the best wardrobe change as these celebs face off against themselves!
Jennifer Lawrence, the Best Actress winner for her role in Silver Linings Playbook, infamously tripped on her way to accept her award in the pale pink Dior Haute Couture gown but switched it up for a more slinky and silver Calvin Klein dress for the Vanity Fair after-party. This time she got to match her metallic gown with the night’s most coveted accessory, the Oscar statuette.
Anne Hathaway The Best Supporting Actress winner turned heads on the red carpet in this pale pink Prada gown, but perhaps for the wrong reasons as the darts in the dress emphasized her nipples. Plus, this was a last minute dress choice which resulted in a public apology from the actress to Valentino, who was to be her original choice of designer. She had a chance to redeem herself in a different column dress for the Vanity Fair after-party, this time a blue number from Saint Laurent.
Zoe Saldana Zoe Saldana was black and white before and after The Oscars ceremony. On the red carpet, Zaldana wore a strapless white Alexis Mabille Couture gown, while she opted for a black Givenchy number for the Vanity Fair after-party.
Amanda Seyfried The Les Mis actress wore a sweet and ethereal Alexander McQueen gown on The Oscars red carpet, but switched to stunning red Givenchy number for her award show performance and the Vanity Fair after-party.
Naomi Watts The Best Actress nominee was all metallic all day and night with a silver Giorgio Armani dress for the red carpet and then a black and gold shimmery Emilio Pucci dress for the after-party.
The Best Supporting Actress number was 50 shades of Grey Sunday night. She may not have taken home the Oscar but she got to wear two Oscar de la Renta gowns which is just an envious as winning the big award.
Who was your favourite both day and night? Let us know!