Get the Look: Oscars 2014 Edition
Want to look like a star on your big day? Here's how.
17 Feb 2014
The award season in the United States showcases the best designs and fashion forward gowns of the year, and we're here to show you how Enzoani can give you that red carpet glam for your walk down the aisle - or even for a special occasion!
Idina Menzel, the incredible voice behind Oscar-winning song "Let It Go" and voice of Elsa in Frozen, chose to stick with a traditional gown that features a soft sweetheart neckline design. Blue by Enzoani's Fassberg allows the same detail with a little more oomph in the skirt to get that princess feel.
Mrs. Jenna Dewan-Tatum sports a ruffled gown with illusion necklines, an Enzoani signature style. Enzoani's Gloria features the same ruffle skirt for a flirty way to celebrate your day.
Not only does she impress on screen, Lupita rocks the runway in a signature bright colored gown. For a deep V A-line gown with a flowing skirt, imagine yourself dancing around in Harley or Galesburg for easy and comfortable elegance.
Will Smith with his beautiful wife Jada Pinkett Smith remains a chic power couple appearance with confident stances. Love by Enzoani's E11 provides the halter top and body-hugging details similar to Jada's dress. Even more, it comes in different colors so you can find what matches you best.
The popular Jennifer Lawrence of Hunger Games is another A-lister showing off the peplum style - get the same feel with F17 with Love by Enzoani to for your bridesmaids.
America's sweetheart Sandra Bullock showed off her classic hollywood glamour with a strapless sheath gown. With similar draping and sweetheart neckline, explore Beautiful by Enzoani's BT13-23 that can help you show off your southern Californian side.
Portia de Rossi showed up in a sultry, form fitting sheath dress that caught everyone's attention. Either of our 2014 Enzoani dresses will give you that shape, all you have to do is decide whether you want to go feminine and flirty with Isla or confident and chic with Ingrid. Can't go wrong either way!