May 04, 2015 10:11
It was all about plunging necklines, cleavages for days and interesting shoulder features on the 2015 TV Week Logies red carpet last night.
There were some who nailed the trends, some who almost made it and the few who failed miserably – as far as red carpet events go, this one was pretty typical.
If you missed the show, we’ve taken the liberty of breaking down last night’s recurring trends just for you.
And the winner is… silver! Carrie Bickmore led a pack of silver-wearing women on the red carpet last night. While her beaded Paolo Sebastian gown’s colour was somewhat understated, there were others who took the colour to the next level. We loved Michala Banas’ ensemble, which featured a silver skirt and we thought that Sylvia Jeffreys looked lovely in her silver number. Unfortunately we can’t say the same for Kate Ritchie, who looked a little uncomfortable in her gown.
- Plunging necklines
It was plunging neckline after plunging neckline on the red carpet, in fact it felt as though every second woman was sporting one. For some, like Pia Miller and Jennifer Hawkins it was as classy as it gets, but we couldn’t help but cringe when looking at others. We hate to say it but the style just didn't work for some women, especially those who had a larger bust than others.
- Cleavage galore
If they weren’t being shown off with a plunging neckline, they were being pushed up as high as they could go. Samantha Jade looked almost as though she were naked in her semi-sheer dress and Kate Ritchie looked as though she had been forced to squeeze herself into her silver gown.
- Fancy shoulders
We loved the shoulder details on the red carpet this year – there were some truly beautiful looks. Cheyenne Tozzi looked gorgeous in her square-shouldered Alex Perry number (shout out to her super long sleeves) and Carissa Walford looked nothing short of cool in her amazing midi.
- Floor length gowns
You really had to search to find a celebrity who wasn’t in a floor-length gown on the red carpet. While floor length gowns are beautiful, we were a little disappointed; it would have been nice to see a few more women differing from the crowd.