The Looks We'd *Definitely* Give An Award To From The #InStyleBAFTA Bash

The Looks We'd *Definitely* Give An Award To From The #InStyleBAFTA Bash

Hot off the heels of last night’s InStyle EE BAFTA Rising Stars 2015 party we've checked out all the frocks, the fro's and the aforementioned hot heels for our round-up of who wore it best. And the winners are…

BEST TWO-IN-ONE:
Is it a crop top? Is it a high-waisted skirt? In fact, actress Annabelle Wallis’ Christopher Kane dress was the perfect amalgamation of the two and we loved how she mixed it up with a pair of platform Zara heels coupled with school-girl socks. Sheer genius. 

BEST DIVA IMPERSONATION:
The hair, the pose, the simple body-con dress… we couldn’t fault Elle Eyre’s homage to the soul diva’s of the 80s. Even her make-up was a subtle nod to the creamy, contoured looks of yesteryear that the catwalks are currently harking back to. Tina Turner eat your heart out. 

BEST MIDRIFF FLASH:
We may have witnessed the first flutter of snowflakes in East London last night, but that didn’t stop model Kara Marshall from daring to bare a bit of flesh. We loved her over-sized bow crop-top which she teamed with a pair of chic tailored trousers - and with abs like that, it would be rude not to.

BEST PRINT:
Actress Jessica Raine’s Mary Katrantzou dress instantly made us think of spring and we loved the pastel palette and graphic floral print. Nipped in at the waist and finishing just shy of the knees, it was the perfect mix of fashion and function (and the perfect wedding-guest dress we think?).

BEST SHOES:
Laura Whitmore’s Fyodor Golan shoes do all the talking and we, for one, love what they have to say! Perhaps not one for a schlep to Sainsbury’s but we’d pretty much wear them everywhere else.

BEST COLOUR CRUSH:
The blurred lines knock-out may be lauded for her ample assets, but actress and model Emily Ratajkowski certainly knows how to make a statement with colour too judging by this sunny satin number.

BEST TROUSER SUIT:
We love a trouser suit and Zara Martin’s Vivienne Westwood satin stripe pants didn’t disappoint. Paired with a simple blazer, 80s-esque belt and platform shoes it was androgynous-chic at its best. 

BEST ODE TO GLAM GRUNGE:
Reminiscent of Courtney Love in her Hole heyday we’re loving DJ Billie JD Porter’s effortless mix of bright, asymmetric satin, '90s choker, flower child Sophia Webster shoes and cool-girl rooty locks.

BEST SILHOUETTE:
The skater skirt has been given a Charlotte Riley spin with a little help from designer Alexander Lewis. We loved how the coloured concentric circles were perfectly off-set against the simplicity of the black. 10 points from us. 

BEST LACY NUMBER:
Ok, so we actually have two winners here as we simply couldn’t choose between Eleanor Tomlinson’s breathtaking whispers of nude and catwalk queen Lara Mullen’s black Lolita-esque dress. Which would you go for?

BEST MONOCHROME:
Black polka dots, white piping and the perfect a-line shift dress to top it, Lucy Boynton we salute you. 

BEST IN SHOW:
We know we shouldn’t have favourites, but we kind of fell in love with Stacy Martin’s  perfectly judged cool-girl chic the minute she walked in. From the Edwardian-inspired collar of her Louis Vuitton mini dress, to the school-boy blazer and obligatory Louis Vuitton bag, we think we may just have discovered our new style crush. 

 
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