StyleSpeak takes you through the styles that shined and fashion statements that rocked at BAFTA 2019!
The order of the night was statement maxi dresses, dolled up with plunging necklines, heavenly pleats, thigh-highs splits and cascading tulles. From gorgeous embellished gowns to refreshingly modern tweaks to frocks, celebrities looked spectacular with the right amount of bling and glamour.
Topping the best-dressed chart was Killing Eve star, Jodie Comer. This style icon not only stood out for her work, winning in the best actress category but was also the front-runner in the fashion arena, adoring a magenta one-shoulder caped gown by Stella McCartney. Caped details were a popular
Tholly Willougby, one of UK’s most impactful fashionistas looked chic in a pleated tulle royal blue gown by Maria Lucia Hohan, which she beautifully accessorized with Boodles Jewellery earrings and Sophia Webster heels.
Making a spotlight entrance at the BAFTA were Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Kate looked angelic in an Alexander McQueen with Princess Diana’s diamond earrings.
One of the most experimental stars of the evening was Daisy May Cooper, wearing a plastic bag gown with matching pigeon/dustbin lid head-wear. She did not look elegant or fashionable, but we have to give it to her for
Also, competing for the best-dressed fashionista was Amy Adams. Continuing with the sleeve trend, she wore a figurehugging belted burgundy dress with a snazzy black broach.
Keeping up with her burgundy colour palette, the Sharp Objects star, adorned similar toned jewellery and dramatic metallic eyeshadow.
The colour black was quite popular this year at BAFTA, with many celebrities looking bold and beautiful in this colour. For starters, Thandie Newton, wore black-and-white floor-length gown while Olivia Colman looked effortlessly dazzling in a black monochrome dress with white crepe top and sharp statement sleeves. Oscar-winning actress, Viola Davis also chose a monochrome gown, looking absolutely magnificent.Her black silk dress with a statement bow neckline did all the work while she walked with a simple black clutch.
Competing for the top spot in the styling race was Claire Foy, the Crown star, who wore a strapless emerald green gown with delicate fringing. Looking effortlessly stylish, the actress opted for minimal jewellery and deep berry lips.