The Best Maternity Looks Ever On The Oscars Red Carpet
Keira Knightley, 2015
Knightley was positively glowing on the 2015 Oscars red carpet in a Valentino Haute Couture gown straight off the designer's spring 2015 runway.
Kerry Washington, 2014
Olivia Wilde, 2014
The future mama-to-be glowed in a timeless yet modern gown by Valentino. The pockets, high-collared neckline, and colorblock train complemented her seven-month baby bump beautifully.
Elsa Pataky, 2014
Georgina Chapman, 2013
Georgina Chapman, co-founder of Marchesa, dressed her eight-month baby bump in an ethereal white column, a color that's hard to pull off on the red carpet—but the jewel-encrusted bolero added oomph to the look and defined her frame.
Jenna Dewan Tatum, 2013
Natalie Portman, 2011
Natalie Portman arrived in a radiant plum-hued gown to take home the Best Actress award for Black Swan. The star stunned in a flowy number designed by the Rodarte sisters, the same duo behind the lavish costumes seen in the award-winning film. For finishing touches, Portman went for a monochomatic look with matchy-matchy Jimmy Choo sandals and Tiffany & Co. tassel earrings.
Amy Adams, 2010
Adams showed up in a Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti gown with an empire waist, cobalt color, and shiny silk chiffon that gave the actress a sense of Old Hollywood glamour—and we love how Adams posed to the side to show off her bump!
Paula Patton, 2010
Nicole Kidman, 2008
Jessica Alba, 2008
Cate Blanchett, 2008
We can always count on Cate Blanchett to take a style risk. The actress did just that at the 2008 Oscars when she dressed her baby bump in an ornate Dries Van Noten frock. Blanchett accessorized with a Roger Vivier clutch, statement Lorraine Schwatz jewels, and sky-high Christian Louboutin pumps. Just a few months later, Blanchett gave birth to her third son.
Naomi Watts, 2007
Rachel Weisz, 2006
The seven-months pregnant actress arrived at the Oscars to take home the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in The Constant Gardener. For the big night, Weisz wore a figure-flattering Narciso Rodriguez column.