Before I get to fashion, Rachel Adedeji made a total fool of herself on Saturday night as she morphed into Stacey Solomon. I was so embarrassed for her and annoyed she wasn’t in the bottom two.
Back to fashion.
It was week 3 and Cheryl Cole wore her 3rd Atelier Versace look in a row.
This time she opted for a stunning Grecian style asymmetrical Atelier Versace Spring 2009 gown with a thigh-high split, which we’ve seen before on the red carpet.
The gown was stunning, but I wasn’t happy with the hair.
I understand that her stylist was going for a goddess look, but the part that dangled loosely just bothered me all night, plus the silver headpiece was a bit much with her big hair.
Had she simply pulled her hair back and let the gown do all the talking, I would’ve loved this look.
Once again I struggled to find Dannii Minogue’s gown, but I just had to feature her because she was DROP-DEAD-GORGEOUS on Saturday night.
She wore a breath-taking antique silver embellished gown with exquisite Boucheron jewels and YSL heels whilst sporting old Hollywood marcel waves.
Definitely up for BDOTW.
On Sunday’s result show Cheryl wore a silver paillette Julien Macdonald Spring 2010 mini dress with nude panels and bold shoulders.
The silver paillette’s gave the dress a fish-scale type of look, which she paired with Rupert Sanderson Plato sling back peep-toes.
It was a bold choice for Cheryl, but it wasn’t my favourite look on her. It worked better on the runway.
I really hope she wears Look 32 as that was my favourite from Macdonald’s Spring 2010 collection.
Dannii blew me away again wearing a nude dress with a peplum on one hip, with a dripping effect of embellished details on her dress.
I have a feeling this one is by her favourite designer J’Aton Couture.
I hate pitting them against each other, but it was Dannii’s week.
Update: Dannii confirmed via Twitter that both of her looks are by J’Aton Couture.
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