The BAFTA’s were celebrated last night at the Royal Albert Hall and attended by everyone from A listers to Royalty. In support of the TimesUp movement, the guests of the awards were kindly asked to adhere to wearing black dresses, to stand up for solidarity and to illustrate the Hollywood is ready to change the status quo, in light of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. While most of the guests did stick to the black attire dress code and looked fabulous, some did not. Here at the Girl Meets Dress HQ, we cannot stop discussing who wore the best black dresses from the bunch.
The Duchess of Cambridge looks fabulous in this empire style green dress by Jenny Peckham. Many have criticised Kate for not adhering to the TimesUp movement, but the Royals have a strict protocol in not involving themselves in anything that could be interpreted as political. Some onlookers have suggested that her black belt and black bag are subtle gestures in support of the movement. Overall the Duchess of Cambridge looked amazing in her green floor length gown.¬†
Angelina Jolie looked stunning last night in a black gown by Ralph& Russo.¬†Feel inspired by Angelina’s style? Then hire one of our long black dresses.
Margot Robbie looks glamorous in a full length black gown by Givenchy. Feel inspired by Margot’s style? Then hire one of our black maxi dresses.
Doesn’t Andrea Riseborough look to die for in this black gown by Elie Saab? Feel inspired by Andrea’s style? Then hire one of our black full length gowns.
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