Cream and neutral tones were a hot trend on the Oscars 2018 red carpet, and several stars wore it beautifully — but others stood out by rocking eye-popping color, unique accents, and sexy, luxurious fabrics. Here, the celebrities who got our vote for the night's best dressed.

Oscars 2018: The Night's Top Looks

These celebrities made our ballot for Biggest Wows on the Red Carpet.

Cream and neutral tones were a hot trend on the Oscars 2018 red carpet, and several stars wore it beautifully — but others stood out by rocking eye-popping color, unique accents, and sexy, luxurious fabrics. Here, the celebrities who got our vote for the night's best dressed.

Cream and neutral tones were a hot trend on the Oscars 2018 red carpet, and several stars wore it beautifully — but others stood out by rocking eye-popping color, unique accents, and sexy, luxurious fabrics. Here, the celebrities who got our vote for the night's best dressed.

Nicole Kidman in Armani Prive Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Nicole Kidman in Armani Prive This Oscars pro (nominated previously four times, and a winner for 2013's "The Hours") shows how it's done: She's a vision in electric blue. Lupita Nyong'o in Versace Kevin Mazur/WireImage Lupita Nyong'o in Versace The "Black Panther" star and 2014 Oscar winner always turns heads on the red carpet. "This look encapsulates a strong, powerful and confident woman," her stylist, Micaela Erlanger told the Hollywood Reporter. Gold Through Her Crown Kevin Mazur/WireImage Gold Through Her Crown A look at a regal detail woven through Lupita Nyong'o's hair. Greta Gerwig in Custom Rodarte Kevin Mazur/WireImage Greta Gerwig in Custom Rodarte A double nominee for "Lady Bird" (Best Director and Best Original Screenplay), the filmmaker and actress looked poised to make history in bright yellow. Wavy Hair, Sunny Smile Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images Wavy Hair, Sunny Smile Gerwig lights up the carpet. Mary J. Blige in Atelier Versace Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Mary J. Blige in Atelier Versace The singer and actress, nominated for her acting and musical performances in "Mudbound," was one of the stars at the 90th annual Academy Awards who wore white exceedingly well. All in the Details Steve Granitz/WireImage All in the Details A closer look at Blige's gorgeous accessories. Taraji P. Henson in Vera Wang Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Taraji P. Henson in Vera Wang The Oscar-nominated actress turns up the heat in a sheer, gauzy gown that showed plenty of leg. Working the Angles Kevin Mazur/WireImage Working the Angles From every side, Henson's gown was one of the night's sexiest. Armie Hammer in Giorgio Armani Kevin Mazur/WireImage Armie Hammer in Giorgio Armani He was snubbed by the Academy for his performance in "Call Me by Your Name," but Hammer just may win best-dressed male in this plush velvet tux. Gal Gadot in Givenchy Kevin Mazur/WireImage Gal Gadot in Givenchy The big screen superheroine mixed metallic with fringe to wonder-ful effect. In Motion VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images In Motion Gadot's lively gown in action. Viola Davis in Michael Kors Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Viola Davis in Michael Kors Always a stunner in vibrant color, 2017's Best Supporting Actress (for "Fences") turns up to the 2018 red carpet wearing pink. And husband Julius Tennon may be her biggest fan. Joyful Kevin Mazur/WireImage Joyful Davis' head-to-toe look included a matching clutch and glittering hoop earrings. Margot Robbie in Custom Chanel Haute Couture Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Margot Robbie in Custom Chanel Haute Couture A Best Actress nominee for "I, Tonya," the Australian star opted for a white dress "inspired by pictures of ‘90s supermodels" hanging out at the Met Gala, her stylist Kate Young told the Hollywood Reporter. A Closer Look VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images A Closer Look A detail of the embroidered detail of Robbie's gown. Daniel Kaluuya in Brunello Cucinelli Kevin Mazur/WireImage Daniel Kaluuya in Brunello Cucinelli The Best Actor nominee (for "Get Out") rocked a look that's bold but not too crazy: a gold velvet blazer, anchored by black trim, bowtie, and pants. Sandra Bullock in Louis Vuitton Kevin Mazur/WireImage Sandra Bullock in Louis Vuitton The 2010 Best Actress winner walked the carpet in an ombre gown — metallic fading to black. Her straight hair and smoky eye complemented the sleek look. Timothee Chalamet in Custom Berluti Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Timothee Chalamet in Custom Berluti White wasn't just a fashion trend among the women: The "Call Me by Your Name" star, a nominee for Best Actor, wore a fresh and slim tux. Tiffany Haddish in a Traditional Eritrean Gown Kevin Mazur/WireImage Tiffany Haddish in a Traditional Eritrean Gown Perhaps no other dress had more meaning than the one worn by the "Girls Trip" breakout: Her embroidered gown hails from Eritrea, the home country of her father, who died last year. A Closer Look Kevin Mazur/WireImage A Closer Look The golden details of Haddish's meaningful ensemble. Laura Dern in Calvin Klein by Appointment Kevin Mazur/WireImage Laura Dern in Calvin Klein by Appointment The "Big Little Lies" actress wore a Veronica Lake-esque hairstyle to complement her gown. Zendaya in Giambattista Valli Kevin Mazur/WireImage Zendaya in Giambattista Valli The singer and actress looked like a Grecian goddess in her topknot and draped gown. Another Angle Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Another Angle Zendaya's chocolate-brown dress was beautiful and dramatic on the carpet. Jane Fonda in Custom Balmain Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Jane Fonda in Custom Balmain The Hollywood icon showed up looking like one in a white, body-conscious dress that dropped jaws.