Constant photos of celebs dressed head to toe in designer gowns flooding our social media can only mean one thing; awards season is well and truly upon us. Last night’s Brit Awards was host to loads of amazing British talent, and left us with some equally as amazing fashion to swoon over. Here’s our guide to 5 of the best looks to grace this year’s Brits red carpet.
Abbey Clancy’s Deconstructed Dream
We’re completely in love with Abbey Clancy’s chic monochrome look. Clancy paired a unique, deconstructed tuxedo style dress by Haider Ackermann with stylish strappy heels and red nails for a pop of bold colour. She looks effortlessly cool and glamorous at the same time, and for that we applaud!
Renee Stewart’s Matching Monochrome
Rod Stewarts daughter Renee also opted for the monochrome route in an adorable matching two piece ensemble. The styling of Renee’s outfit is a real winner, with elegant pointed toe heels and a cute boxy clutch, while her minimal makeup and hair really draws our attention to her look.
Rita Ora’s Eye-catching Camo
Dressed head-to-toe in Alexandre Vauthier Couture, Rita Ora opted for a bold look in this dazzling olive sequined gown. Ora has mastered this look with understated accessories, soft makeup and a sleek wet-look hair style.
Anne-Marie’s Furry Glam
British breakthrough act nominee Anne-Marie went all out in her faux-fur, sparkly ensemble last night. The artist’s satin pastel pink dress, matching furry stilettos and baby blue faux fur shrug was fun and very old-hollywood inspired. Styled with a jewelled clutch and glitzy jewellery, this look is definitely a breakthrough in our eyes!
Michelle Keegan’s Bold Blue Look
Michelle Keegan looked great in her simple but eye-catching cobalt blue jumpsuit paired with a sparkly clutch and jewellery, and shiny silver heels. The blue shade is so flattering for her skin tone, and she even complimented the colour with a pair of blue contact lenses. If that’s not dedication then we don’t know what is.