Thursday, 14 November 2013

Pride of Britain awards: the best-dressed

One of the highlights of the year, the Pride of Britain Awards aims to reward the country’s unsung heroes. While this means celebrities can take a back seat for one evening, they still got glammed up to show their support and present a few of the prizes. While there were plenty of fancy frocks on display, these celebs were undoubtedly the best dressed.

Kimberley Walsh
Full-length white gowns can be difficult to pull off, unless you want to risk looking like a runaway bride. Lovely Kimberley managed it, however, opting for a gorgeous sleeved gown with a peekaboo cut out and thigh-high slit. Her crimson lips and blonde bob polished off this update on classic Marilyn Monroe glamour that suited curvy Kimberley perfectly.
Rochelle Humes
Pregnant Frankie was missing from the red carpet but the rest of The Saturdays looked stunning together. Rochelle really stood out in a nude evening gown with a sheer skirt and baroque detailing. Finishing with a rich plum lipstick and sleek side plait, she was right on trend with a look that ticked plenty of this season’s style boxes.
Tess Daly
Tess is used to glamorous dresses as the host of Strictly, and she showed us just how to rock a slinky LBD. The on-trend sheer detailing across her arms ensured that the star wasn’t showing off too much flesh, while her gold accessories added a touch of class. Apparently Tess was such a fan of this fabulous number that she's even been seen wearing it on a date night with husband Vernon! Get your own versatile evening look from the fabulous range of AX Paris dresses.
Myleene Klass
Animal print is set be a hit this season, and fashion forward Myleene channelled her wild side in a gorgeous leopard print gown. The single shoulder maxi dress proved that this bold trend can be elegant and saw Myleene making it onto plenty of best dressed round-ups. Not one to let the glamour go to her perfectly coiffed head, the TV presenter was later spotted rounding off the night with a McDonalds!

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