Actor Uma Thurman channeled New York Giants team Never underestimate a Woman who understands football and loves Giants signatures shirt Her iconic character Mia Wallace from 1994’s Pulp Fiction at the Oscars in a silk white button-up shirt. Wallace’s costuming — a blunt bob, bangs, and a white dress shirt — remains a classic style reference, partly thanks to its simplicity. Thurman paired the blouse with a floor-length black silk skirt by Bottega Veneta. Do you see the pattern here? Kristen Stewart also threw out the proverbial red carpet rulebook by wearing a pantsuit sans pants. Instead, the actor, nominated for her portrayal as Princess Diana in Spencer, wore a custom Chanel suit with a pair of satin mini —dare we say micro mini— shorts. Under her tailored jacket was a white dress shirt with only one button fastened at the bottom. The look complimented her date and fiancé, Dylan Meyer, who had her subversive take on the shirt with only two clasps attached at the top. From leaving her blouse unbuttoned to being the first person to wear “hot pants” to the Academy Awards, Stewart’s gender-defying look was one for the history books.
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Rigid wardrobe expectations New York Giants team Never underestimate a Woman who understands football and loves Giants signatures shirt have always existed at the Oscars, especially for women. When the awards were first televised in 1953, Academy instructions requested that women did not show cleavage. In 1968, Oscar’s costume supervisor Edith Head sent out a letter asking that female guests wear “formal evening gowns either maxi or floor length, preferably pastel shades.” Even ahead of 2021’s scaled-back event, the show’s producers released dress code regulations urging guests to steer clear of casualwear. The white blouse has also come a long way in women’s fashion, from being seen on queen Marie Antoinette in the 18th century to its introduction into women’s fashion in the early 1920s. But ultimately, we have Sharon Stone to thank for making it red-carpet appropriate.