The ALMA Awards aired last night, and here are the stunning gowns Eva Longoria wore.
Last year she changed 8 times during the night. This time only 7 changes.
You’ll recognise the first gown because Emily Deschanel wore the strapless version of this stunning tulle Gustavo Cadile Fall 2009 gown at the 2009 Monte Carlo Television Festival Closing Ceremony.
The main difference is that Eva’s gown has been modified to become a one-shouldered gown with a contrast eggplant sash.
I adore this gown from the colour to the tiered skirt, and I’ve been in love with it from the very second I saw it in Cadile’s showroom.
Her second gown was also by Gustavo Cadile. This time she picked a luscious green gown from his Resort 2010 collection.
This gown also has a one-shoulder detail with a fan over her shoulder for added dramatic effect to the volume of the piece.
I don’t ever remember Eva wearing green before, but the colour is vibrant and really pops against her skin.
Eva’s next look was an Angel Sanchez Bridal Spring 2009 gown.
Thankfully this one-shoulder gown doesn’t have a sickly sweet bridal feel to it, as its quite simple with just bow detail on the bodice.
She gives this look an old Hollywood feel with her retro 50s hairstyle.
I’m really disappointed I couldn’t find a full-length version of Eva’s Carlos Miele Fall 2009 gown, as I think it would have looked spectacular on her with the dual prints and the chiffon flowing train.
Those hooped earrings are huge.
I would go as far as to say this Caroline Herrera Fall 2009 gown was my least favourite of the Fall 2009 season, and I dislike it even more on Eva.
It does nothing for her.
The other gowns brings colour, texture and vitality – this is just grey, dull, and unflattering for Eva.
Oscar de la Renta gowns were the 2 final looks for Eva on the night.
I love the blush gown with the sequin overlay. This kind of colour I really allows Eva to glow.
The black and white floral gown feels like it is swamping Eva with the 2 layers. This would be my second least favourite after the Herrera horror.
Credit: Style.com, NY Mag, Gustavo Cadile, & Wireimage