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Decades of Oscar Dresses in One Awesome [Updated] Infographic!

Quick follow-up to yesterday’s reblog of ModCloth’s post… I noticed on the MediaRun site that they have an updated version of the Oscar dresses infographic.

Paul North of Mediarun says:

The original plan was always to release a second version of this infographic, adding the newest dress from Sunday’s Awards. The scale of the response has instead enabled us to find many more dress designer names (thanks, Bob Mackie for contacting us about Sally Field’s dress), correct a few minor errors and go to print.

Oscar Dresses: Every Dress Worn by Best Actress Academy Award Winners. Copyright Mediarun Digital 2014.

Oscar Dresses: Every Dress Worn by Best Actress Academy Award Winners. Copyright Mediarun Digital 2014.

I’ll be keeping my eye out for the poster version to hang on my wall!

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Decades of Oscar Dresses in One Awesome Infographic!

Just had to reblog this ModCloth post featuring a great infographic of Oscar dresses (created by MediaRun).

It’s fascinating seeing how the red-carpet styles evolved since 1929! And I knew Greek/Roman-inspired dresses have been around for a several years, but look at how they just DOMINATE the 2000s!

EDIT 3/6/2014: Check out an updated version of the infographic here!

1954 Meets 1994

 

The neon trend this summer totally reminded me of growing up in the 1990s, and particularly of TV shows like Saved by the Bell and movies like Clueless. (Confession time: Clueless is one of my all-time favorite movies. It’s way existential.)

But I felt like mixing in more of a mid-century vibe, because, well, that’s what I do. So I took a neon yellow-green shirt and paired it with a polka-dot skirt and cherry red accessories.

Photo by Pat Zimmerman.

Photo by Pat Zimmerman.

I kept to gold-toned accessories, and picked up a neon woven chain bracelet from H&M to bring it all together.

Photo by Pat Zimmerman.

Photo by Pat Zimmerman.

And because I can never have enough color, I dragged my husband out to a neighborhood garden to take photos among the flowers. :)

Photo by Pat Zimmerman.

Photo by Pat Zimmerman.

Skirt: modified from a ModCloth dress
Shirt: Nordstrom Rack
Necklace: Right Under Your Nose Necklace via ModCloth
Belt: Calderon, thrifted
Bracelets: Victorian mourning bracelet, H&M black bangles, and H&M neon woven chain bracelet
Shoes: Hot for Hemlock Heel in Crimson, Chelsea Crew via ModCloth

All photos by Pat Zimmerman