Thursday, 9 June 2011

Glamour Women of the Year Awards Low-Down

Apparently at this years Glamour Women of the Year Awards invitations told invitees to wear the worst outfits they could find! There were slim pickings for best dressed but a wide selection of worst dressed!!

Here are ThePoshGurl's Choices...


PERSON OF THE AWARDS

Kristen Wiig

Looking absolutely gorgeous this style was a complete turnaround from her usual quirky style seen on SNL. TRANSFORMATION!

Complete Chic!!



BEST DRESSED

Gemma Arteton

Little Black Dress in the perfect way!


Kim Kardashian

Looking stunning.... finally she drops the slut and gains the chic.


Jessie J

She can swing from funky to GLAM!


Ferne Cotton

Love this 1930’s style hair, accessories and dress!


Jessica Ennis

I love this dress. It is in one word... Cute. The outfit just works perfectly on her figure and on the red carpet!


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Jaw-dropping beauty in a Stella McCartney dress.


Naomi Harris

Simple and classic. Gorgeous!


Alexandra Burke

This dress has had mixed reviews. I adore it. A silk Maxi from D&G looked fabulous.


WORST DRESSED

Daisy Lowe

Mixing the top and bottoms of two different Versace outfits was a BAD IDEA!


Penny Lancaster

Is it a belt, is it a tank dress, is it Ugly... YES!


Jameela Jamil

Nasty... JUST NASTY! Nothing in this outfit works.


Rachel Stevens

It looks like lingerie and it looks sloppy and slutty all at once!


Ellie Goulding

This does not work for her figure. The net-curtain over the corset is... not happening!


Eliza Doolittle

WRONG! Just WRONG!


Rebecca Ferguson

Apparently it is OK to wear a sloppy secretary outfit on the red carpet?! Who knew!


Paloma Faith

There is no... no... no... NEVER... a reason to dress like this. It is for your home and your home alone.

DO NOT GO OUT IN PUBLIC LIKE THIS... it always ends BAD!


Pixie Geldof

What was she thinking?! Hideous outfit.

1 comment:

  1. To offer a counter: Though I like your choices, I think Daisy Lowe looks best. My eyes finally awakened -- out of interest -- when I saw her.

    patrick

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