10. THE TEMPEST
The Elizabethan costumes with zipper detail gives this Shakespeare tale a rock and roll edge that definitely had us spellbound.
9. BLACK SWAN
There may be much controversy over this film not being nominated for best costume, but the Rodarte designed tutus are undeniably beautiful.
For every member of this cast, the clothing was all about the fit, which in the end made this psychological thriller a fashion dream come true.
7. Jennifer Lawrence in WINTER'S BONE
It's not everyone that can make a trucker jacket look that cool, but Lawrence pulls it off with ease.
6. Angelina Jolie in SALT
No matter which disguise Evelyn Salt chose, she always donned the essential outfit for kicking butt.
5. BLUE VALENTINE
While their relationship may have been on the rocks, Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling's style was spot on. An excellent example of effortless hipster. No Ray-Bans necessary.
4. Javier Bardem in BIUTIFUL
This man could wear a trash bag filled with garbage and still look hot.
3. Hailee Steinfeld in TRUE GRIT
Mattie makes us all want to go shopping in our fathers' closets. A wide brim hat and an oversized men's coat make for the perfect "on the hunt for revenge" gear. And don't forget the perfectly manicured pigtails.
2. Helena Bonham Carter in THE KING'S SPEECH
While her zany red carpet outfits are always up for criticism, her snazzy yet distinguished lady-like look in her role as Queen Elizabeth was a universal hit.
1. Geoffrey Rush in THE KING'S SPEECH
Rush's character may have been of the King's secret speech therapist, but there was no hiding those exquisitely tailored suits.