The 2015 Oscars red carpet may have been a bit lackluster, but we still have a few favorites

The 2015 Oscars red carpet may have been a bit lackluster, but we still have a few favorites.

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On a generally ho-hum red carpet night, here are five (in no particular order) that I thought really shined. Jennifer Lopez: Because THAT, my friends, is an Oscars dress. Jennifer Aniston: Stunning (in the dress that I would most want to wear). Sophie Hunter: For a woman who is not the star of the family, she is so elegant and on point, always. Emma Stone: For delivering the wow we had all been waiting for. Julianne Moore: Because she owned the night, and she dressed like it.-Kristy Eckert, editor

Obsessed with Emma Stone. I'm biased 'cause I love her, but that's a tough color to pull off… and I think she looked stunning. I also loved Marion Cotillad's look … I don't think anyone else could've pulled it off (and it was a fun moment on an otherwise kinda-boring red carpet!)-Jenny Rogers, editor

I really loved Jenna Dewan-Tatum's Zuhair Murad number. The deep-V neckline was sexy, her bold lip was classy and the parted ponytail was elegant without being overdone. It all added up to one sophisticated red carpet look.-Heather Weekley, assistant editor

I think I have to choose Rosamund Pike overall for an "Oh Wow!" Oscar-worthy gown. But I have to say I love that Chloë Grace Moretz's dress had pockets!-Kathryn Landis, designer

Faith Hill took me by surprise with her elegant and regal J. Mendel dress. Also, I think Jamie Chung can do no wrong when it comes to style. (Don't believe me? Take a look at her Instagram.) She nails it every time, and her Yanina Couture gown was no exception.-Taylor Starek, web producer

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