3. Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Thelma and Louise in 1992, the gorgeous Geena Davis couldn’t decide between a long or short dress, so she opted to go 50/50. Wearing a white and black number, which looked like it belonged in one of those Western revival towns. 5. In 1988, Cher upped the unconventional ante, winning over the Academy, but not the fashion critics, in a barely there Bob Mackie ensemble.
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