2014 Oscars Fashion Recap: Best Dressed, Prettiest Trends

2014 Oscars Fashion Recap: Best Dressed, Prettiest Trends

The Academy Awards red carpet saw three major trends in 2014: ethereal gowns, bold and simple statements, and grown-up glamour.

2014 Oscars fashionImages: ZUMAPress.com

Read on to see all the red carpet dresses and trends!

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