Best Dressed Ladies at the Oscars Over the Years

2 Mar

Funk's House of Geekery

One of the many exciting aspects of the Academy Awards is the fashion and here I present to you the Best Dressed lady from each year of the Academy Awards.

1929: Mary Pickford

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1930: Norma Shearer

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1931: Marie Dressler

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1932: Helen Hayes

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1934: Elsa Lanchester

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1935: Norma Shearer

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1936: Bette Davis

Bette Davis at the 1935 (8th) Academy Awards banquet.

1937: Luise Rainer

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1938: Janet Gaynor

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1939: Bette Davis

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1940: Vivian Leigh

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1941: Ginger Rogers

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1942: Joan Fontaine

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1943: Greer Garson

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1944: Katina Paxinou

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1945: Ingrid Bergman

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1946: Ginger Rogers

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1947: Olivia de Havilland

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1948: Loretta Young

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1949: Jeanne Crain

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1950: Mercedes Mccambridge

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1951: Marilyn Monroe

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1952: Lauren Bacall

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1953: Elizabeth Taylor

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1954: Audrey Hepburn in Givenchy

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1955: Grace Kelly in Edith Head

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1956: Grace Kelly

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1957: Elizabeth Taylor

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1958: Miyoshi Umeki

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1959: Susan Hayward

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1960: Doris Day

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1961: Elizabeth Taylor

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1962: Natalie Wood

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1963 Sophia Loren

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1964: Anne Bacroft

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1965: Audrey Hepburn

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1966: Julie Christie

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1967: Elizabeth Taylor

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1968: Audrey Hepburn

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1969: Barbara Streisand

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1970: Elizabeth…

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