The Cast Of Little Women Stunned On The Oscars Red Carpet

Little Women may have been seriously snubbed this awards season (Dear Academy, why?) , but that isn’t keeping the cast from showing up as sleek and beautiful as ever to this year’s Oscars. TBQH, they’ve been showing up in style ever since the movie dropped on Christmas Day and we can’t get enough of it. Dare we say it: The Little Women crew is one of the most stylish casts this year, each with their own unique flair and personality shining through all of their amazing ‘fits. Click through to see them in all their glory on the Oscars red carpet.

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Saoirse Ronan

For tonight’s special occasion, Best Actress nominee Saorise Ronan wore a Gucci black deep v-neck top with a cream and black peplum over a lavender skirt with a train. The black fabric on the dress was reportedly taken from her BAFTA gown, a nod to sustainability. Her makeup was soft and natural-looking, and she wore chandelier earrings with white and light pink diamonds, as well as Gucci hair clips (she also debuted new bangs!). “I really wanted to be in a film that had a bunch of girls in it,” the actress told E! News. Same.
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Florence Pugh

Florence Pugh, Best Supporting Actress nominee, who’s been seriously impressing us with her outfits lately, opted for a custom Louis Vuitton teal, tiered gown with a belted waist, thin straps, and a high-low hem. The color of her strappy shoes perfectly matched the dress, and her hair was pulled into a soft braided updo. She kept her makeup light and dainty with soft pink lips and eyeshadow, adding a diamond choker with a pink tear drop shaped stone.

Timothée Chalamet

Timothée Chalamet, style star extraordinaire, slicked his black hair back and rocked a navy and black bomber-style suit jacket, with a pink and diamond pin on the pocket, and a crisp white shirt underneath. His trousers felt sporty with jogger-like bottoms, which were paired with black boots. He looked like an exact replica of Jess from Gilmore Girls, making us ponder whether we’d accept a remake of the iconic show starring Timothée after its 2016 revival seriously flopped.
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Laura Dern

Laura Dern already looked like a winner in a pink and black Armani Prive gown. Nominated for the Supporting Actress category for her historic role in A Marriage Story, the top of the gown was reminiscent of flapper dresses from the 1920s with a mix of black stones, beads, and fringe. The dress had a structured pink bodice with an a-line hem while she kept her hair simple (it was down with pieces pulled back softly) and added dangling diamond earrings and a diamond bracelet to finish off the look.
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