The female faces of British TV owned the red carpet at the TV Choice Awards 2016, leaving behind their day looks in favor of complete glam.
Lacey Turner and Holly Willoughby were among the those attending the star-studded event, arriving at the Dorchester Hotel in London ready to impress. While there was sufficient glitz throughout the night, the ladies all managed to carry it off in understated gowns while accessorizing to the max.
When it came to eye-popping accessories, bags came first place on the night. Denise Van Outen channeled some sophisticated sparkle into her Gothic look with a shimmering bronze bag.
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Stephanie Pratt teamed an intricately bejeweled dress with a touch of silver – a classic way to give your look effortless class. She chose sparkling studs, ring and silver and gold heels, and we are particularly loving her elegant crystal bangles. Get the look with the Lemonade Crystal Bangle Set in silver – a long-time celeb favourite!
There was also the hint of Autumn with many celebs adopting rich bronze and gold shades of eyeshadow. Lacey Turner set off her matching dress with gold gold shimmer around the eyes and a lick of mascara. Deeper brown tones made an appearance as Strictly dancer Katya Jones donned a sparkly eye look along with her colourful outfit. Invite some Autumnal shades into your palette with the Lemonade Golden Goddess Glitter Eyes Set, or even you’re feeling adventurous, try these Glitter Lips in Copper.
Winning the bling title by a mile, however, was Chloe Lewis who went all out with a plunging, glittery dress, sparkly sandles and a shiny pink clutch. She topped off her look with some shimmery pink eye shadow which you can recreate with the Smoothie Glitter Eyes, for an uber-cute finish that makes you stand out from the crowd.