British Comedy Awards – the best looks.

December 19th, 2011


The British Comedy Awards were held last week which gave celebs another chance to dress up as part of the round of Christmas parties. There were some interesting looks on display to say the least, with Ulrika Johnson looking like an ageing rock chick in skin-tight trousers, Helen Mirren choosing a rather garish dress and Jo Brand making her usual (no) effort. But there were other looks that I really enjoyed, including a rather fabulous scene stealing appearance by Kylie.

Here are my favourite looks from the night.

The lovely Konnie Huq showed that draping is an elegant way to dress a baby bump, showing off her newly announced pregnancy in silver satin. A sensible red cardi added a seasonal touch to the outfit, and Charlie Brooker scrubbed up rather well too.

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Maternity Strapless Dress £79 click to visit Picchu

Ruth Jones showed her usual understated style in a seriously glamorous black dress. Ruth has recently lost a lot of weight and glowed with confidence on the Blue Carpet. I love the old school glamour of this look.

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Phase Eight Sheer jersey maxi dress £99 click to visit House of Fraser

Ollie & Nic Sasha Box Clutch £25 click to visit House of Fraser

Cheska Hull from Made in Chelsea looked like a modern-day Daryl Hannah in a goddess like gold starless dress. With echoes of Marilyn Monroe crossed with an Oscar, this was a seriously over-the-look that Cheska carried off in dramatic fashion. One complaint is that I hate the magazine style bag, this dress needs something smaller and neater than the Papa Razzi clutch.

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Sheath/Column Strapless Floor-length Sequined Evening Dress £119.37 click to visit Light in the box

Papa Razzi Veronica Clutch £39.99 click to visit New Look

It was Kylie who, of course, stole every headline and front page with her stunning appearance showing off her endless legs in a striking red and black outfit. She looked so beautiful in the Herve Leger dress that the Inbetweeners lads immediately started planning her cameo appearance in a second movie.

Paloma Faith always introduces a level of quirkiness to proceedings and this occasion was no exception. The peach shade of this 1930s style outfit was perfect for her colouring, and the suit was vintage glam. It did seem slightly on the large shade, but Paloma follows no-one’s rules and that’s why I love her!

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Belinda Fur-Trimmed Suit £355 click to visit Junosayshello.com

Snake print platform sandal £85 click to visit Karen Millen

 

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