Fashion designers take their inspiration from a wide variety of places, but it appears more than one red carpet gown was perhaps dreamed up in the shower. Yes, loofah dresses are everywhere this year, so in the words of Kacey Musgraves, “Make room for the dress!” Here are the stars who decided that bigger really is better when it comes to Oscars fashion.
The ‘Loofah Look’ Was a Major Hit on the Oscars Red Carpet
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Kacey Musgraves In Giambattista Valli
So fresh, so clean.
Linda Cardellini In Maison Schiaparelli
The best way to balance 10,000 yards of tulle? A super-high leg slit and a neckline cut down to there.
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Gemma Chan In Valentino
Guys, it has pockets. Nuff said.
Marina De Tavira In J. Mendel
Lingerie corset up top, loofah loveliness down below.
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