Billie Eilish's Oscars Look Featured One Of 2020's BIGGEST Trends
Fresh off her major sweep at the Grammys, Billie Eilish is closing out awards show season with a performance at the Oscars, and her look is so chic and on-trend. Billie Eilish's Oscars look is a cream-colored Chanel jacket with bedazzled logos and matching pants. She rocked killer nails and chunky necklaces, but the rhinestoned hair clips she sported in her loose updo stole the show.
To set off her cream plaid set by Chanel, Eilish wore a black and white Chanel logo hair clip and ribbon through her lime green and black hair. Chunky hair clips and barrettes became a major trend midway through 2019, carrying over into 2020. According to celebrity hairstylists and several other red carpet looks this awards show season, the trend shows no signs of slowing down.
Eilish finished off the look with a thick, gold chain choker, long, dangling pearl and gold earrings, fingerless Chanel gloves, numerous silver and gold chunky rings, and black and white sneakers. As for the rest of her beauty beat, the 18-year-old had her signature extra-long acrylic nails painted black with studs, and she went for a neutral color palette for her makeup. Killing it.
The singer's Oscars ensemble is quite muted compared to the lime green and black Gucci look she wore to the Grammys back in January. Her Grammys look was a lime green turtle neck, velvet short-sleeve, button-up shirt with the glittery green Gucci logo all over, matching pants, and lime green and black metallic sneakers. While I love both looks, I'm quite a fan of the way the neutral Chanel outfit contrasts with her lime green and black locks.
Eilish is a performer at this year's Oscars ceremony, and fans on Twitter can't help but speculate she'll be singing the brand new James Bond song she wrote with her brother, Finneas O'Connell. However, no matter if she sings the unreleased James Bond song or any one of her Grammy Award-winning bangers, it's certainly a treat to have Eilish grace the Oscars red carpet — especially while rocking one of this year's biggest hair trends.