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You cheered on Chris. You shed a '90s tear over Leo. You thought maybe you should kinda see Mad Max after all. But now that the Academy Awards dust has settled, let's take a look back at the real winners of the night--the dresses. Here are 30 hits (and misses) in descending order.

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1. Saoirse Ronan in Calvin Klein

This is how it's done, folks. A striking color, a tiny bit of shimmer and a wild card just because why the hell not? (In case you didn't notice, her earrings are mismatched.)

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2. Lady Gaga in Brandon Maxwell

Before she commanded the stage, Gaga commanded the red carpet in a custom jumpsuit...with a train.

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3. Jennifer Garner in Versace

This, boys and girls, is a movie star.

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4. Charlize Theron in Dior

Big ol' ditto here.

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5. Jennifer Lawrence in Dior

Taking a much different approach than in years past, J.Law ditches the ball skirts for a sexy corseted lace.

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6. Brie Larson in Gucci

Alright, here's where the fights may start: Junior prom or nah? (Or, is it weird that we love it because it is kinda junior prom?)

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7. Chrissy Teigen in Marchesa

God, we wished we'd look that good pregnant.

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8. Emily Blunt in Prada

All of the sparkly bumps!

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9. Olivia Munn in Stella McCartney

There's always one starkly modern gown in the mix. This year, the X-Men: Apocalypse star filled that role with a cheery little half cape.

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10. Rachel McAdams in August Getty Atelier

We're gonna breeze past that steamer mistake and keep drooling over that halter.

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11. Amy Poehler in Andrew Gn

Come at us if you must--but this woman DGAF. And looks badass doing it.

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12. Priyanka Chopra in Zuhair Murad

You know you secretly love Quantico. And tasteful naked dresses.

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13. Mindy Kaling in Elizabeth Kennedy

Her pre-show selfie caption read: "Here's how I look in my bedroom by my shelf of sweatpants!" Slow clap.

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14. Kate Winslet in Ralph Lauren

This one had to grow on us a bit. But ultimately our liquid-metal-fabric-loving heart must go on.

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15. Sofia Vergara in Marchesa

Similar to everything she's ever worn? Sure. Still working for her? Yeah, def.

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16. Cate Blanchett in Armani Prive

We're halfway there, folks! And that's kinda how we feel about these appliqués...

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17. Whoopi Goldberg in The Danes

Bonus points for the shoulder tat.

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18. Tina Fey in Versace

As someone who is often found in some kind of busy lace tea dress...we'll give her the simple purple.

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19. Reese Witherspoon in Oscar de la Renta

Accidental twinning. But Tina inches out Reese on personal variety alone.

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20. Margot Robbie in Tom Ford

We want (so badly) to love this statuesque gown--if only we could actually see the shoulder pads.

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21. Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton

Also, we had high hopes for this one. And then we saw the bubble hem.

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22. Isla Fisher in Marchesa

So sweet. And yet so snoozy.

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23. Daisy Ridley in Chanel

The most gorgeous dress. The most kick-ass girl. But the most uncomfortable red-carpet poses.

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24. Olivia Wilde in Valentino

The flutter back is so good, but sadly our eyes can't even get there.

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25. Naomi Watts in Armani Prive

Correct us if we're wrong, but this is Naomi's...14th(?)...futuristic column gown?

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26. Kerry Washington in Versace

Just a smidge too Versace.

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27. Rooney Mara in Givenchy

You know that picture of Mark Zuckerberg's closet full of gray tees and blue hoodies? Rooney's is lined with white ruffle-hem Givenchy dresses.

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28. Jennifer Jason Leigh in Marchesa

Pretty in theory. Awkward in reality.

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29. Heidi Klum in Marchesa

How one of the world's most beautiful people and one of New York Fashion Week's most standout gowns make such a disastrous combo we'll never know.

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30. Julianne Moore in Chanel

Usually a solid Top 5... All we'll say is: We look forward to seeing you next year, Ms. Moore.

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