Delta Goodrem’s ethereal white gown was a real head-turner on the red carpet. It was a beautiful dress from Paolo Sebastian’s autumn/winter 2016 couture collection made from semi-transparent lace with gorgeous embroidered florals, plunging neckline and delicate illusion detailing. Encapsulating the very best of bridal trends for 2016, this romantic gown is pure perfection!
One of the most talked-about red carpet dresses seen at the Logie Awards was a show-stopping Vera Wang gown worn by former Miss Universe Australia, Monika Radulovic. Stylist Donny Gaella opted for a streamlined look that epitomises the elegance of a contemporary bride who wants to look effortless but also unmistakeably stylish and modern.
Scherri-Lee Biggs also wore bridal white, and her pretty dress by Cappellazzo Couture was impeccably tailored and featured a big bow on the shoulder. Styled with a small white clutch, golden earrings and a fabulous modern up-do, the gown is simply ideal for a glamorous evening wedding.
Livinia Nixon looked striking in a floor length white dress. We loved the ornate lace design of the bodic and long sleeves and the elegant side split… perfect for a winter wedding! The white clutch matched the design of the dress perfectly and the deep red lip gave the look a classic feel.
Out of all the lavish black dresses we saw on 2016 Logie Awards red carpet, Carrie Bickmore’s Paolo Sebastian beaded gown was our favourite one! Sheer, shiny, sexy and a little bit daring, it was the perfect choice for such a glitzy event, but it is also a great dress for a formal evening engagement party!
The combination of long sleeves, structured shoulders, plunging neckline and long train sported by Jessica Marais was truly breath-taking. The actress was glowing in an elaborate black lace dress by J'Aton Couture which she styled with a slick ponytail, vibrant red lip and little black clutch.
Shelley Craft looked gorgeous in a black and nude gown, channelling a sophisticated gothic look with dark lips and dramatic eye make-up. It wasn’t her usual style but the layered gown featuring elaborate embroidery by Daniela Stephanie was top notch!
Finally, Samantha Jade’s black gown by Lillian Khallouf caught our eye because of its beautiful removable satin overlay transforming a figure-hugging, translucent dress with intricate beadwork and a cut-out detail on the bodice into a fabulous ball gown.
Rebecca Judd’s princess-style J’Aton Couture gown in sky blue was another show stopper at 2016 Logie Awards! Perfectly covering her growing baby bump, the fluttery tiered tulle skirt was paired with a glittery off-the-shoulder bodice and really stood out against the red carpet, and we can’t imagine a more beautiful coloured wedding gown!
And if you have always wanted to wear a pink wedding dress, then you will love Deborah Knight’s off-the-shoulder gown with a flared skirt by Karen Gee. Accessorised with Ryan Storer jewellery and a metallic clutch, it makes a unique alternative to a traditional white bridal gown.
Sylvia Jeffreys wore a stunning custom-made forest green dress designed by Rebecca Vallance featuring fabulous beadwork. We loved the high, Victorian-style neck which is so trendy right now paired with a big slit at the front.
Olympia Valance’s J’Aton Couture gown could also double as a wedding dress, and its subtle champagne & silver texture clung to her body like a second skin. This delicate gown is revealing but sophisticated with flared long sleeves and a high collar.
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