Oscars 2023 After-Party Fashions

The stars went hard on the Oscar red carpet so I wasn’t sure that their post-ceremony outfits could top it, but some of them really came to play at the parties, fashion-wise. It’s also where those who didn’t get an invite to the awards could steal a slice of spotlight. Here were my fave after-party looks:

Kate Hudson:
I wasn’t a huge fan of the Rodarte dress she wore at the ceremony, but I get why she saved this pink stunner for the parties. As a presenter, she would have overshadowed the nominees and risen to the top of all the best dressed lists with a bullet.

Megan Thee Stallion:
This was her first public appearance since the Tory Lanez trial and she came to slay!

Ashley Simone:
Bridgerton’s Ashley Simone is quickly turning into one of my fave fashion people, and she didn’t disappoint in this liquid blue number with an eye-popping slit.

Quinta Brunson:
The Abbott Elementary star’s stylist has been knocking it out of the park all season, and this spring-inspired frock is another winner.

Halle Bailey:
Halle was a little to perfect princess-y for my tastes in tulle D&G at the Oscars (though it fit perfectly for her Little Mermaid press kickoff), but I much prefer this metallic number she showed up in afterwards. Sister Chloe is equally stunning.

Riley Keough and Suki Waterhouse:
I have such a crush on both of these women since watching Daisy Jones & The Six. Keough leans into the show’s ’70s vibe, while Waterhouse takes the night’s rosette trend to slinky new heights.

Hailee Steinfeld:
I’m kind of in love with this. It’s like she borrowed Idris Elba’s coat from the Luther set and put it to work.

Pregnancy style can be hard, but Rihanna rocked all of her looks on Oscar night. I love that she went a little hard in leather Alaïa on the red carpet, kept it goth in Maison Margiela for her performance, and then went soft and dreamy for the parties.

Cardi B:
Cardi goes for the drama in a veiled number. It photographs red but it looked more pink on camera.

Jodie Turner-Smith:
She’s doing this with her hands in nearly every photo which feels awkward, but the dress (and the Joshua Jackson arm candy) make up for it.

Mindy Kaling:
This! This is what I wanted to see at the awards! I get why she picked the more statement-y Vera Wang for the Oscars red carpet (though I don’t get why she changed into an identical black one for the telecast), but this slinky number is flawless.

Yara Shahidi:
I’m almost tempted to say the gloves are too much, but if you can’t go big at the Vanity Fair party, when can you?

Hunter Schafer:
Uh, I take it back. This might be going too big.

Jen McDonnell is an entertainment freelancer and social media specialist. She put her celeb stalking skills to good use as managing editor of www.dose.ca. Likes: pop culture, celebrity dirt, guilty pleasure TV, George Clooney, cheese. Dislikes: people who use 'begs the question' incorrectly. Follow Jen on Twitter @jen_mcdonnell. Follow Jen

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