Well well well, it’s finally come to that time of year again, the Brownlow was last night and we saw all the lovely ladies hit the blue carpet trying to out do one another in the top WAG stakes...before we divulge into the important world of fashion. Let me say a congratulations is in order for Mr. Chris Judd. Now the formalties are out of the way lets take a step on to the Blue Carpet and have a look who did it right and who did it wrong!
It only seems right to start off with the winner of the night...but is this dress a winner?
2010 Brownlow Medal - Chris Judd and Rebecca Twigley(wearing a custom-made Aurelio Costarella gown and $500,000 of Paul Bram diamonds). Picture: Fiona Hamilton
I think it's nice, but I feel Twigley has been wearing this style of dress ever since the red plunging neck line dress! But she's stunning so we don't care too much!
This is by far my favourite dress, I love the shoulders, just gorgeous. The neck line is just low enough for a bit of boob but not enough to look slutty, the pale colour works very well with her light brown hair. The only thing i'm not too keen about is the waist band. But I can deal with it! Definitely a Hit!
Taylor Wilson partner of Dane Swan.
Picture: David Caird
This isn't my cup of tea, but you've got say Brynee's got guts!
Brynne Edelsten (wearing a dress from her favourite Las Vegas designer, Nurielle).
Picture: Chris Scott
Another on of our golden couples, keeping it safe in a elegant black dress, what they say is true a smile really make's an outfit but then again i'd be smiling to if I was wearing a $170,000 diamond necklace.
Blue Carpet Arrivals at Crown Casino - Gary Ablett and Lauren Phillips (wearing a Nicola Finetti gown)
Picture: Chris Scott
This dress is really nice i like the one shoulder effect, i'm not sure about the holes on the right side...but she has a great body so can pull it off! If you've got might as well flaunt it!
Nathan Grima's partner Jacinta Spence.
Picture: Fiona Hamilton
I feel this one below is not appropriate for the Brownlow, it's a formal black tie event i feel long dresses are just more appropriate. But seeing as it is short she has the legs to pull it off!
Port Adelaide's Kane Cornes and wife Lucy (wearing an Alexis George creation).
Picture: David Caird,
Well there you are folks...some of the hits and misses from the 2010 Brownlow!