Who doesn’t love tuning in to watch an award ceremony? Even if we aren’t too interested in who takes home which award, we all want to see who is wearing what, right? There is just something about the glitz and glamour of it all, that we just can’t get enough of, isn’t there?
But gorgeous dresses and killer heels are not only for the rich and famous. Check out our top picks of designer dresses and high heel shoes from David Jones that will have you turning heads like an A-list celebrity, and ensure you don’t end up on the worst dressed list at your next event.
You can’t go wrong with a little black dress…or a gorgeous long one either for that matter! The Golden Globes was swimming in fishtail dresses earlier this month (excuse the pun), and this stunning Mr K Strapless Lace Panel Dress with it’s sweeping skirt is both elegant and sophisticated paired with Laurah pointy court shoes with laser cut out detail.
Nothing quite says Hollywood like a subtle metallic hue. This stunning strapless Rachel Gilbert Piper Gown features an internal boned bodice for extra support, and a shimmering array of gold and silver sequins. Pair this dress with a pair of Gold Marian Strappy Sandals and you’re hot to trot, girlfriend!
Stand out in the crowd in this Mr K one shoulder number in Watermelon, and black Tony Bianco sandals. Perfect for showing off your summer glow!
Pale and floaty has featured highly on the red carpet so far this year. Spice this look up with the Carla Zampatti Cleopatra Gown (which combines perforated leather and chiffon to stunning effect) and Diavolina Derby high heel pointy toe court shoe with acetate heel. Gorgeous!
We have 3 x $50 gift cards to giveaway to Mums Lounge readers so you can strut your stuff like the best of them!
To enter, simply head over to David Jones to check out their range of stunning dresses, and then come back here and follow the instructions on the rafflecopter widget below. Good Luck!
Only open to residents of Australia
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. However, all opinions expressed are my own.