Best Of BAFTA: Our Favourites On The BAFTA Red Carpet

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While we covered the eye-catching, jaw-dropping, heart-pounding red carpet lookbooks earlier, this time, we are going to give you a wrap-up of our favourite dresses at BAFTA red carpet. 

While Emma Stone, Nicole Kidman stole the limelight, there were others too, who were no less. Like always, it was too hard to pick but we managed to make our list and share the best dressed celebrities at BAFTA red carpet with you.

Are you ready? Go ahead and scroll it down. 


Look At Me! I Am Amy!

Amy Adams picked a perfect green dress for the red carpet. The green of the dress perfectly complemented red of her hair. The strapless gown dropped loose around her torso. The eye-catching factor of the gown was rather the back. A see-through back with a velvet bow tie. She paired it with green strap heels.


Sansa Stark Channels Silver

The Queen Of North, Sophie Turner, opted for a rock chick lookbook: A studded top paired with a shimmer skirt. The skirt flashed Sophie's legs. There was a lot of cleavage and leg cleavage show here.


Julia Stiles: Perfectly Feminine

Turning heads in her beaded grey gown, Julia looked like an ideal feminine figure. We love the highlights of her gown: plunging neckline, floral detailings, cutout back pleated skirt. Julia paired the look with a golden clutch.


Meryl Streep Means Business

Meryl Streep turned up in a black military style coat paired with a black lace camisole. The sharp suit delivered the right amount of attitude. However, it is hard to upset us if you are Meryl Streep.


The Beautiful Couple

Eddie looked dapper in a crisp white jacket while the wife Hannah looked pristine in a black pillar gown decorated with floral embroidery.


Hot Mommy!

The beautiful Penelope Cruz looked hardcore in a draping one-shoulder gown in chainmail material. She flashed a bit of leg cleavage while she walked away from the photographers.


Viola: The Most Beautiful Woman On The Red Carpet

Shades of blue never looked this good anyone. Viola Davis picked a strapless gown two toned sweeping number for the BAFTA's red carpet.


Jessica Brown: Orange Is The New Black

Jessica Brown makes it clear that Orange Is Her New Black. A boat neckline orange sweeping piece with a detailed back. Her dress truly eye-soothing.



When you write a piece like Harry Potter, you do everything right. J.K.Rowling turned up in a beautiful magenta gown.

Read more about: bafta, red carpet, hollywood, fashion, trends
Story first published: Monday, February 13, 2017, 12:44 [IST]
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