Awards season is over, making this my last red carpet fashion post (sadly.) But what better way to end the season than with a stellar red carpet at the Oscars?! Trust me when I say, the ladies BROUGHT IT this year. Rooney Mara in Givenchy and Saoirse Ronan in Calvin Klein were my favorite looks of the night. I picked more of my favorites below.
After Christmas decorations find their places in storage and holiday excitement dwindles, along comes awards season giving me life again. Besides mine and Chris’s birthdays in January, there’s little else to look forward to during the dreary winter months. I relish watching celebrities glide across the red carpet in glistening gowns and jewelry.
So, with awards season officially upon us, here is my first red carpet roundup of 2016: the Golden Globes. Take a look at my favorite dresses.
Another belated red carpet post, I know, but I cannot just ignore the mega fashion event that is the Oscars. No surprise, Emma Stone wore yet another stunning look, and Keira Knightley continued her streak of ethereal pregnancy dresses in a flowy Valentino number. Here are some of my favorite looks from the Oscars 2015 red carpet.
(Photos via Refinery29)
Written for the Tennessee Journalist, TNZN Campus Style section (2012)
Campus Style: Katie McNabb is cute, comfy in bright red maxi skirt
Fall may be upon us, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to retire the maxi skirt. Flowy, bright pieces, such as McNabb’s skirt, are perfect transitional pieces from summer to fall. (Not to mention they are super comfortable!) When the weather starts to turn, McNabb can simply throw on a leather or denim jacket for a complete fall look.
Name: Katie McNabb
Major: Hotel, Restaurant, & Tourism Management with a minor in Business
Hometown: Lenoir City, TN
First of all, the royal baby has a name! George Alexander Louis is now the most famous baby in the world (and was trending on Twitter before he even took his first breath.) The extensive media coverage of the little Prince and my current read, The Night Circus, which is set in Europe, has me infatuated with all things British. I think of a European lifestyle as classic and traditional; it’s simple but contemporary with a touch of whimsy. Whether my depiction of those across the Atlantic is accurate or not I cannot say, but I’m inspired by them nonetheless. I don’t just love modern English either; I’m fascinated by the English of any century. Keep reading to see what brings out my inner Anglophile.
via Digital Spy