Emily Atack in JS Boutique
What's this, you say? Emily picking a blonde in a black gown as part of her 'working it' list? Yup! Although black may not be Emily Atack's best colour, she shows perfectly how to wear it if you are a blonde - away from the face, and in a sheer, textured fabric to soften it. The beading on this dress is stunning, and the shape flatters her curves. What's, more it's a fabulous high street choice, available from House of Fraser this Autumn
Zoe Hardman in Sophie Kah
Yellow can be such a difficult colour to wear, and Zoe Hardman pulls it off with aplomb, the soft sunshine shades picking out the warm highlights in her hair perfectly. The draping of her gown is subtle enough to not overwhelm her figure, and there's that all important attention drawn to the waist.
Lydia Bright in Amnesty
I adore this pale grey on Lydia's light and cool colouring - on her this colour looks radiant, not drab. The lace detailing is also fab, emphasising her waist.
Louise Redknapp in Gucci
Louise's petite figure is overwhelmed by the cut of this dress. The dropped waist does nothing for her figure, turning her into a rectangle shape, and the length combined with the ankle straps on her shoes make her legs look short, throwing off her overall proportions.
Suranne Jones in Maria Grachvogel
I'm not alone in disliking this dress on Suranne, but unlike most people it's not the print that I have a problem with (in fact, I actually quite like it, I just don't think it's the best colours for her). The major problem is the fit of this gown, or perhaps lack of fit would be a better way to describe it . The top half, especially, looks shapeless and overwhelming. I'm desperate to take some pins to it!
Fearne Cotton in Vintage
A controversial one, some seem to love this dress, but I just think it looks like a shapeless sack - too big, and too short. Such a shame as I think the fabric is lovely, and quite like the cape detailing.
Agree? Disagree? Did I miss your favourite? I'd love to hear about it in the comments!