The Brownlow Medal
If you’ve ever lamented the passing of Audrey Hepburn and with it the end of chic then do not despair. The Brownlow Medal is here to demonstrate that true elegance is not dead! The Emmy’s have NOTHING on these beauties!
So that you are not overcome with glamour I have divided the dresses into sections for your viewing pleasure.
All images are ripped-off directly from www.theage.com.au
We will start with the colour that best shows of the fake tan – White. It’s also useful because you can re-use your deb dress. See – economy!
Pass the cake knife...
This reminds me of the Italian-Australian girl I used to go to school with you had a knockout body but wore the tackiest shit imaginable.
This lady with the enviable physique wins the award for the Most Frightening Fake Tan of the Evening. But I'm glad she wore White to show it to its full glory!
A strange mixture of rock chic studs, Grecian bodice and drop-waisted full skirt. Ick!
I assume this dress is statement about the obsolescence of the media... my TV used to look like this right before it blew a tube.
Very often the tabloids are the places where we get the ideas for our dress-up moments. Tip: If you decide get inspired by a celebrity look – check to see if everyone thought it was rubbish the first time around. Chances are you will not improve upon it.
If you're going to copy a celebrity look then don't copy the latest skanky ho. Particularly when that ho is Megan Fox who is going to look WAYYY hotter than you are.
Megan Fox wearing the original.
What in God's name? can someone please explain to me why some women think it is cute to dress up like Dakota Fanning before she hit puberty? Somehow this horror reminds me of a cross between the Oscar dresses worn by Lara Flynn-Boyle and Gwyneth Paltrow. We hated them too!
The Almosts and the Pretty Good
I can see what she's trying to do here. I really can. There are too many tapes for a dress that is cut to the thigh. Maybe it looked better when she let it hang down long?
Apart from the 'Carry On' hair do - this look could have worked. It's too shapeless for her though. If she threw a belt on it wouldn't swamp her so much.
I think this woman looks great! Perhaps a slightly less wide belt might have helped but this is definitely one of the evening's winners!
Okay - a little too girly for my personal taste but this dress is cut to perfection and she wears it perfectly.
These flowers were copied from a Hallmark Card that she gave to her Gran for her 75th Birthday. Shame we can't see the back. I have high hopes for a poem!
Black and White - you can't go wrong! Right?
Celebrity doctor Geoffrey Edelston and his fiance Brian.