The Pride of Britain Awards' most dazzling dresses...
Monday night saw a glamorous host of celebrities and A-listers turn up the heat for the the annual Pride of Britain Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. From elegant and demure LBDs to colour-popping show stopping gowns, Team LBD bring you only the very best dresses...
The Little Black Dresses
In true Abbey Clancy style, the flawless model flaunted her seemingly never-ending pins in a racy Versus + Anthony Vaccarello
asymmetrical LBD. The elegant high neckline balanced out the risque aspect of the dress and her stylishly sleek locks and neutral make-up added the finishing touches for a stunning look. Yummy mummy Myleene Klass exuded her usual effortlessly chic vibe, opting for an elegant floor-length LBD with an edgy sweetheart neckline and oversized belt detailing. The stunning presenter styled her hair in an over-the-shoulder sweeping style and sported beautifully natural make-up.
Former X Factor
judge, Tulisa Contostavlos, proved why she earned FHM's Sexiest Woman
back in 2012, by wearing a figure-hugging fishtail LBD with an exposed low-back. Tulisa earned extra style points for her dress' interesting frayed texture, a trend which is set to be big this Autumn Winter season. The songstress paired her glamorous dress with simple black court-shoes and opted for a sophisticated blow-dry.
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for a suitably celeb-worthy look.
Although The Saturdays are used to appearing as a five-piece, Molly King, Rochelle Hulmes and Vanessa White didn't seem phased by the absence of their two band mates, making just as much impact as usual in their stunning coordinating dresses. All three songstresses opted for floorlength sheer-panelled gowns, which flaunted their amazingly toned figures. Molly dazzled in an icy-grey gown which featured beautiful shimmering embellishments and a plunging neckline, whilst Rochelle and Vanessa both looked demure in ladylike LBDs.
Cheryl's something blue
Newly wed Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was a breath of fresh air at last night's event, as she diverted from the array of neutral tones and opted for a vibrant cobalt-blue dress. The X Factor
judge's floor-skimming gown featured a delicate lace neckline and racy exposed back, which gave a subtle glance at her infamous rose tattoo. The flawless songstress styled her opulent gown with simplistic silver jewelry and flashed her beautiful signature smile. Steal her style with this amazing Forever Unique Porsia Dress in Navy, £330
The TV A-listers
The TV A-listers were out in full force last night, opting for elegant and dark designs, (how poignant to match with the dark and dingy weather). Britain's Got Talent
judge Amanda Holden channeled old Hollywood glamour in a stunning fully-sequinned emerald green gown, which featured a racy thigh-high split. Ms Holden accessorised with teal earrings and voluptuous glamorous curls. Presenter Laura Whitmore proved why she's been making it onto the best dressed lists recently, wearing a ladylike LBD accompanied by a youthful sequinned bag and quirky milkmaid braids. And making a surprise entrance on our fashion radar, Dragon's Den
judge Kelly Hoppen looked demure in a bardot-necklined dress which showed off her toned figure and created an enviable silhouette. The TV star accessorised with what else but a classic red-lip and diamonds. Shop our slinkier, shorter version here
, we bet it costs a fraction of the price Kelly's was too!
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