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Fashion at the Oscars

2014 was a great year for many actresses.  Their performances in movies proved to be a pivotal time in their careers.  The buzz surrounding their movies made many of us, including me, want to see what all of the fuss was about.  And though I have yet to see Cake, the trailer shows a different depth to Jennifer Aniston than what we are used to.  In nearly any career it’s easy to get pigeon holed into only one role.  Or one role that everyone knows you for.  For example if you are a host at a famous restaurant everyone knows your face because you are social, greet people and make sure guests are taken care of.  However, what if the host occasionally slips back to the kitchen to help with very specialized dishes?  Perhaps he is the one who makes these specialized dishes that are then served to customers.  The customers have no idea the host has another role at the restaurant.  The same can be said for several actors and actresses that are known only for one sort of role.  Just like Jennifer Aniston in Cake, viewers were pleasantly surprised to see one of American’s most beloved actresses step out of her comfort zone.  Or perhaps this sort of role is her comfort zone and we were always left in the dark with her ability for more dramatic roles.  Along with many fans, we were devastated that Jennifer Aniston did not receive an Oscar nod.  I would have adored seeing what Jennifer would wear sashaying down the red carpet.

click here now Just like many of you we are eager to see the fashion choices on the red carpet during Oscar night.  Watching nominees arrive is almost as fun as watching the show itself.  It’s a fashion sport.  Who is wearing what designer and how they look is a favorite for many.  Just watch Twitter light up with Oscar hashtags that evening.  Twitter loves Golden Globes and Oscars fashion.  This year many critics thought several actresses didn’t take enough fashion risks.  I see what they mean, however, there is a sort of set look one wears for the red carpet.  If an actress takes too much of a fashion risk, she is often ridiculed.  Do we not remember Bjork?  That was a fashion risk and look what happened.  No matter what the critics say, there really can’t be fashion risks.  Perhaps a bit of edginess?  Yes.  But true risks?  Absolutely not.  It’s interesting how armchair critics think the famous need to take fashion risks.

dating for seniors login Two celebs that we love to see what they wear are Julianne Moore and Reese Witherspoon.  Remember Reese’s dress when she was up for her first Oscar?  It was a beautiful vintage find.  Because it was so unique, it was one of the best dresses we have ever seen on the red carpet.  Everyone loved that dress.  Even the toughest of fashion critics had great things to say about Ms. Witherspoon’s dress.  Julianne Moore.  Where to even begin?  She’s a flawless beauty that seems to never age and she has some of the best fashion sense in the game.  She’s a subtle style icon.  By subtle I mean that she surprises us with her fashion choices and is usually spot-on, but she doesn’t do gimicky or outrageous.  Her hair is sleek and makeup beautiful without being overly made up.  Julianne usually prefers a matte or semi matte red lip.  She has phenomenal skin.  Whatever her skincare regime is, we all need to know.  This woman has star qualitly skin that glows.  I’m sure she takes a lot of precautions with sunscreen and wide brimmed hats when out in the sun.  You can always tell the women who take care of their skin.  Even though Julianne’s attire for the 2015 Gold Globes was a bit disappointing to many, I felt neutral about it.  It wasn’t absolutely amazing, but it also wasn’t dowdy.  Yes it was a bit sparkly, but it wasn’t offensive.  I expect she and her stylist will pull out all of the stops on Oscar night.

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http://www.aravit.co.uk/trening/2631 From the earliest Oscars, fashion has always been an important part of this awards show.  Fashion at the Oscars is such a big deal, it’s spurred numerous TV shows.  It’s almost an industry itself.  Stylists are now famous because of who they dress during awards shows.  Many people only know Joan Rivers because of her Oscar and fashion coverage.  She became a household name because of the Oscar red carpet.  Oscar fashion is different than other fashion because so many people all over the world are watching.  Billions of people are either watching or viewing pictures of Oscar coverage.  We have highlighted two actress, but many more will be walking the red carpet.  Let us know who you can wait to see dressed to the nines.  Leave a comment.  We’d love to hear from you!

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more information BIO:  My name is Jemma Mornington.  I’m a freelance writer covering mostly the tech and fashion worlds.  You can also find me blogging for PLIA Designs maker of luxurious designer handbags.

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Kim Kardashian in Paris

dating former navy seal Straight from the Daily Mail, Kim Kardashian steps out in Valentine at the Valentino couture show.

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We’re absolutely in love with the Cadiz French Toast tote from PLIA Designs. The brown leather is durable and amazingly stylish, and the tote is a great addition to your summer getaway luggage. You can slide your laptop inside, or use it to pack carry-ons.

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The pretty custom print design has an array of colors, so it will match with almost anything you want to pair it with for summer wear. The real leather handles, in a rich brown color, will complement many styles, and it will hold up to sometimes rough summer use! The exterior body is linen and jute canvas, so you don’t have to worry about it catching on something. This bag will safely see you through the summer.

This tote carries all of the essentials, with smart phone pocket, credit card slots, and even a pocket for your iPad! Maybe you’re looking for a stylish tote to carry camera equipment, sunscreen, or other summer necessities. You can take this one from the board room to the beach, and back again!

This great tote would make a perfect gift for a graduating Senior. It would look cute but classy as she packed a few books or her laptop inside. It is just as useful for a weekend trip as it is for every day. The leather is durable but goes great with everything!

Summer in the City Wouldn’t be the same without Plia’s Designer Accessories.

Top designer products are characterized by their high quality and out-of-range prices as well as their durability and timelessness. At Plia we don’t believe that the top designer accessories should be exorbitant to buy just because they’re of a superior quality. So, if you happen to be very fashion conscious and determined to make a style statement wherever you go, then you’re likely to find your ideal designer laptop case among our range of cute and trendy styles. What really makes our designer laptop cases stand out is their durability – they will be sure to last you a long time while maintaining their attractiveness and appealing colours and designs. Our material coatings are created by master crafts people, that make use of the finest fabrics and natural top quality leathers – very precious and exclusive – they are manufactured under the most traditional craft techniques for maximum durability but will look ageless for years to come.

Plia’s design team is constantly observing what drives luxury accessory purchases, noting that as demand for luxury inspired products increases, the target consumer base constantly widens. There is a large and growing population that has acquired a taste for luuxury, but they do not always have means to support those grande purchases. Still, they continue to buy and are always looking for high quality affordable accessories like those featured in our range. As most designers know, many of the most attractive luxury goods originate in or were inspired by French culture. Our multicoloured ‘macaron’ design is no different – inspired by French confectionary, this funky laptop case has joined our collection of designer laptop cases just in time for the summer season. Not every baker can bake perfect macarons and neither can every designer laptop brand make undeniably trendy laptop cases; our multicoloured macaron design is made from cotton twill with a chic black leather trim finish and detachable strap, so that you can go straight from work to garden party or BBQ in summer style, whether that’s carry your laptop case underarm or on your shoulder satchel-style! Its graspable silver zipper and zipper pulls facilitate easy carrying and its exterior back open slit pocket enables you to quickly slip in your cables or notepads without hassle.

Plia’s accessory designs are functional; placing emphasis on quality standards over prestige yet they still manage to cater for consumers with luxury tastes. Having a Plia designs product is not only about having quality merchandise, it is also owning a piece of a well established design house. Plia’s designer laptop cases offer a delightful range of well made and attractive accessories that will be an asset to any tech lover’s collection of purses. Take a fresh and summery approach to transporting your technology with this cool, croc-print laptop case from Plia Designs. Crafted from spongy neoprene, mauve silver custom quilted high performance satin and a pure leather zip pull. Keep your laptop safe and completely scratch-free in something as cool and stylish as you are, and discover the exquisite collection of designer laptop cases available online at Plia Designs today.

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