Time for my last celebrity fashion round-up of 2011 – I have loved researching and writing these posts this year, and reading all your comments on them.
First up this week, Sarah Jessica Parker wearing a very odd dress, which actually makes her look a bit, well, deformed …
Really most odd, don’t you think? Or is it just me?
The Duchess of Cornwall disappointed me with this outfit she chose for an evening out recently …
She’s worn some rather nice outfits this year, particularly to Prince William’s and Zara Phillips’ weddings, but I’m afraid this one didn’t float my boat. Those puffball style skirts are really difficult to wear well, and I don’t think she’s pulling off the the metallic fabric very well, either.
I haven’t watched a single episode of X Factor this year,but I saw a picture of this dress that Kelly Rowland, one of the judges, wore a few weeks ago and thought it was lovely.
It would be a perfect dress for an evening on a summer holiday, I think.
Now, whilst I’m not a fan of satiny ‘nightdress’ fabric, I did think Jerry Hall looked stunning in this lilac dress with purple accessories …
Effortlessly stylish, as ever.
Don’t quite know what she’s doing with Pixie Geldof, but every time I see a picture of either her or her sister, Peaches, they always strike me as being a bit grubby and needing a good scrub. Couldn’t tell you why. I used to think the same about Amy Winehouse, too. And don’t even get me started on their tattoos. Eugh.
Moving on, I thought Leona Lewis had a bit of a ‘sack the stylist’ moment in this outfit:
A very strange combination of clothing items, which don’t really work very well together, IMHO.
Now, here’s a perfect example of a good dress gone bad ….
This is an actress, Olivia Grant, attending the British Film Awards, in what could have been a lovely dress. Apart from the fact somebody has seen fit to put a layer of black net over the whole thing. Why? Another oddity.
My penultimate frock this week is an absolute horror, as worn by Lady Victoria Hervey (and I use the title ‘Lady’ very loosely), who is old enough and should be well educated enough to know better …
Put it away, love – nobody’s interested.
I shall leave you with a ‘who wore it best’, and it’s quite an interesting one. The Duchess of Cambridge and Amy Childs (reality TV star) both wore this Zara dress within a week.
Much as I love you, Kate, I’m afraid I’m liking Amy’s interpretation more …
Frock It will be back in 2012.