The best red carpet dresses at the TV BAFTAs 2015
It's the most prestigious event for British Television and last night we saw the biggest stars of the small screen descend upon London's Theatre Royal in fabulous red carpet style for the TV BAFTAs. Always bringing true glitz and glamour as well as celebrating the incredible talent of TV personalities its no wonder the stars made a serious effort the occasion. Read on to see Team LBD's favourite looks from last night...
Last night boasted the most exquisite LBDs, making it really hard to choose a favourite! Rochelle Hulmes opted for a gorgeous sheer floor length dress, showing just the right amount of skin, styled with strappy heels and a box clutch. The Zeynep Kartal dress is from the AW16 collection so it isn't even available to buy yet! Pixie Lott, never failing to impress, wore a dramatic lace number, which showed off her slim figure; she made the look her own with rock chick inspired hair and make-up. Another one to hit the sheer, floor-length LBD note just right was TV personality Tess Daly, the interesting neckline and fabric of the dress looked stunning with a simple middle parting.
We loved model and TV presenter Katy Piper's sheer sleeves and revealing lacy dress, which she styled perfectly with a metallic clutch, chic updo do and a smokey eye. Strictly's Claudia Winkleman went for a shorter Chanel dress with a matching clutch, the white detailing added a little fun to her look and she kept it simple with black court shoes and her trademark straight hair and dark eye make-up. TOWIE beauty Jessica Wright looked stunning as always, and wore our very own figure skimming monochrome maxi from Lipstick Boutique, which complimented her hourglass figure perfectly. She styled it with a simple white clutch, retro waves and a bold lip; shop the gorgeous Natalie Dress, ¬£80, and channel Jess' stunning red carpet look at any event!
It was great to see a splash of colour on the sun-soaked red carpet last night and these ladies really brought the wow-factor. Alex Jones looked stunning in a sexy red dress, showing off some skin with a side split and off-the-shoulder straps. She teamed her dress with elegant gold strappy heels but dressed it down a little with a messy side plait. Michelle Keegan earned the title of goddess in a mint green gown, which accentuated her tanned skin, she wore simple accessories giving the outfit a real air of refinement. Lucy Mecklenburgh went for a show-stopping, Old Hollywood style coral gown with an embellished clutch, minimal accessories and stylish slicked back bun looking like a true belle of the ball!
Millie Mactintosh, elegant and pristine as ever opted for an all-white dress with a lace bodice that flowed into intricate detailing on the sheer tulle skirt. She kept the look minimal and let the dress do the talking with barely-there heels, a few accessories and sleek hair. Writer and TV presenter Dawn O'Porter donned an A-line vintage maxi and teamed it with glitzy matching courts and a clutch. Made In Chelsea star Rosie Fortescue did not disappoint last night, the fashionista opted for a backless dress with a plunging neckline and intricate, dramatic detailing, her plaited updo complimenting her edgy look perfectly.
Making a major style statement on the red carpet, actress Eleanor Tomlinson really dressed to impress in an elaborately feathered Ralph Lauren custom gown, nearly stealing the show the dress got her on to all the best dressed lists and it's no surprise! Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams wore a playful lilac number, the delicate lace detailing looked great with her white barely-there heels. Literally lighting up the red carpet last night, Donna Air was every techies dream in a peachy-pink voluminous gown with a twist... The dress featured futuristic light up panels, the custom-made Rebecca Street gown was definitely a dress to remember!
It's impossible to decide on a favourite at last night's BAFTAs but you can shop you own red carpet look