Make Your Home Red Carpet Ready: Oscars 2014

So it’s awards season and you know what that means?

It means that the style-minded and celebrity-centric will turn their attention to predicting who will win and what they’ll be wearing. This is the part we love most at LookNook, checking out all those gowns!

Many people consider the Golden Globes a kind of Oscar teaser. Granted, not all actresses who attend the Golden Globes will be at the Oscars, but if the red carpet last month was any indication, there was some major style inspiration to be found, so much in fact, that our design team got to work.

Check out some room designs that were inspired by our favorite Golden Globe fashionistas.

Lupita Nyong’o

Her elegant, caped Ralph Lauren gown has us hoping for more jewel tones on the red carpet. This was, hands down, our favorite dress of the evening.

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Amy Poehler

Who says funny isn’t sexy? Her Stella McCartney gown? Killin’ it.

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Michelle Dockery

As if the stars of PBS’ Downton Abbey don’t have enough fun with wardrobe on the set, this Oscar de la Renta gown is gorgeous.

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Julianna Margulies

This black and gold gown with the coral pattern from Andrew Gn & Van Cleef and Arpels is stunning. We LOVE the gold bracelet, as well.

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Finally, and this is awkward, but our invitation must have gotten lost in the mail. So, this year we will be watching the Oscars from the comfort of our own sofas. The bad news: no George Clooney kiss-kiss at the Vanity Fair After Party. Good news: there’s less shapewear required.

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