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Grab your stilettos and faux lashes and let’s get ready to rock the red carpet!

by leadinglady on May 02, 2018

That’s right, ladies – AWARDS’ SEASON is upon us. We can’t wait to get swept up in glitz and glamour as we celebrate Hollywood’s biggest stars and best performances.

Those of us seriously dedicated to style will also be celebrating the hair, the jewels, the shoes, the handbags and of course – the dresses.  As we head into the Golden Globes, the SAG Awards and the Oscars, we’re taking a look back at some of our favorite Leading Ladies’ best looks. And naturally, starting from the intimates out to create the ideal silhouette, should you be inclined to try their looks on for yourself!

Octavia Spencer

Octavia Spencer blew critics and audiences away in this fall’s The Help, scoring both Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations for her stellar performance.  Octavia chooses sleek and interesting lines to compliment her figure, often drawing extra attention to her curves with a stylish belt.  She rocked a grey pleated dress with bell sleeves at the recent Women in Entertainment Breakfast, which would be complemented by Leading Lady’s molded padded seamless underwire full figure bra in nude.  If you prefer the stunning sheer black floor-length gown with the scalloped neckline she wore to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Governor’s Awards Dinner last November, Leading Lady’s scalloped lace underwire bra would match just perfectly.

Sofia Vergara

Her accent and antics have made the character Gloria a favorite among “Modern Family” fans, but Sofia Vergara’s curves may be just as popular as her comedy.  Case-in-point: this super flirty black lace overlay dress she wore to CNN’s “Heroes.” Ay-yay-yay! We would definitely work this look with Leading Lady’s scalloped lace underwire bra, which stays on trend with a bit of sheer lace and supports curves.  And for this low cut royal blue sweater she wore on EXTRA, we suggest Leading Lady’s front closure racer back bra.  We can’t wait to see what this Leading Lady wears on the red carpet as a nominee — Congratulations to Sofia for her Golden Globe and SAG Awards nominations!

Tina Fey

Now a mommy for the second time, Tina’s new little daughter Penelope joins 5-year-old Alice in having one of the funniest moms on the planet.  With countless Golden Globe and SAG nominations and wins already under her belt, Tina is back for more this Awards’ Season. Ms. Fey is a Globe and SAG nominee for the always hilarious “30 Rock.”  This fall, just five weeks after giving birth to Penelope, Tina chose clean lines and a gorgeous silhouette to dazzle at the 2011 Emmys. To replicate this hot mama’s look, we would recommend Leading Lady’s lace cup wirefree bra under an all-black ensemble. Should a little lace from your bra peek out, it will make your look even more flirtatious.  For a pop of color like the fitted pink dress Tina wore on the April 2011 InStyle cover, we would recommend Leading Lady’s molded seamless wirefree nursing bra for a smooth foundation.

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