Red Carpet: TVB’s 48th Anniversary Awards Presentation Show 2015

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Most Gorgeous – Nancy Wu (胡定欣)

If there are any surprises, it isn’t that Nancy is once again the most gorgeous lady tonight at TVB’s 48th Anniversary Awards Presentation. While I can’t exactly say that there was a best dressed female that evening, confidence and gratitude always breeds glamour.

On this eventful and special evening, the TV Queen actress came prepared to take over the stage in her pale blue sparkly gown. The top half of her attire was bodycon style with a simple round neckline and open back. This bodycon style definitely suits Nancy as she’s been working out heavily and the slim waist is definitely paying off for the night. The bottom half of the gown resembled many bridal princess gowns that TVB actresses typically get sponsorships for. Nancy’s hair was pulled back to a very sleek and classy braided bun. Her lips had just the right amount of color to balance out the pale color dress.

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Most Funky – Alice Chan (陳煒)

I have mixed feelings for Alice’s choice as the floral patterns don’t exactly represent evening red carpet style. The patterns gives a more relaxed vibe and something you’ll find on an everyday dress. She has a nice body so the dress does look presentable and flattering on her, though it can definitely have been better. Also, I wasn’t a big fan of her blown up hair; the volume was definitely unnecessary.

Most Classy – Natalie Tong (唐诗咏)

Natalie’s chiffon gown had just the right amount of body-hugging and flowy-ness to it and was definitely one of my favorites. While her gown would’ve suited someone with a taller frame more, I definitely give her points for trying. The open-back is definitely a good surprise, but the siren red lip was very distracting. Also, I would’ve preferred hair wrapped in a bun, similar to that of Nancy’s. However, I understand that her current hair length might not have permitted her to do so. Still, it was nice of her to dress up for her boyfriend, Tony’s big win that night!

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Most Confident – Kristal Tin (田蕊妮)

Kristal Tin was one of the best dressed that evening in her fit figure and body-hugging dress. Like Nancy, she definitely compelled in her energy, confidence, and fun that night. The royal purple color brought out her big sister vibe and together with the matching color necklace, it really shows how far one can go when thoughtfulness is put into one’s look.

Most Girly – Grace Chan (陳凱琳)

Grace’s super slim figure can easily drown in all that pink fabric. Plus the ruffles on her chest were so last season. Yet, there is something about Grace herself that stops me from criticizing her choice of attire. Grace’s optimism and confidence in herself certainly proves that she is carrying the dress and not vice versa.

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Most Wannabe-Queen – Sharon Chan ( 陳敏之)

Sharon always commands presence and attention with her 5’9 figure and with those 5-inchers I bet, she was definitely above 6 foot that night. While the style suited her and gave her an hourglass figure, the ruffles at the bottom is so unoriginal. My biggest pet peeve was her side-parted hair, which seemed to have overwhelmed her diamond necklace. When done right, the side part can really give a glamorous look. In her case, there was just a lot going on on the left side of her face.

Most Shanky – Linda Chung (鍾嘉欣)

Linda either came prepared to win or prepared to steer attention away from tonight’s winner. Without a doubt, everything from her hair color, lip shade, and outfit choice was a huge clash. Her metal-like hair color seemed too harsh on that nude lip which already washed her out in the first place.

While the whole black bralette and caged details have been very in for the last few seasons, her outfit revealed “too much information” (TMI) for me. She reminds me of Superman at one point with the underwear showing. The black transparent chiffon and florals also made her look really old and out of place. Her dress is by Vivienne Tam.

I personally feel that with Linda’s youthful looks and graceful personality, she can wear more pastels. Perhaps she is trying too hard to show a fashion statement.

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Mandy Wong (黃智雯) had made some good fashion choices earlier this year, but I can’t say that this dark teal color suits her. Along with her short hair and red lip, an old Hollywood vibe is the closest description I can think of on top of my head, but overall I’m not a fan.

I love the colors that make up Selena Li’s (李詩韻) youthful princess gown. While everything about the gown is beautiful in and of itself, it made Selena look heavier that she really is.

Tavia Yeung (楊怡) had one of the safest choices that evening. It was black with lace. The neckline revealed just enough and the dress had a short tail that wasn’t too hard to manage. Her hair, as always, was definitely a flop though.

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Most Youthful – Sisley Choi (蔡思貝)

Sisley’s choice of a earthy, yellow floral dress suited her easygoing and fun personality though it isn’t exactly red carpet style. It reminds me of the sunflower fields.

Worst Dressed – Cilla Kung (樂瞳) 

On the other hand, Cilla’s silver gown is the most unforgivable look of the evening. What is up with side waist cutouts? Her hair also seemed like she just rolled out of bed.

Rebecca Zhu (朱晨麗) was one of the few celebrities that night who showed cleavage — and did it appropriately. Her dress gave her figure and had the right amount of gold details, but her grandma hair ruined the final outcome.

Vivien Yeo (楊秀惠) wore one of the oddest outfit that night. I can’t say this was an ostrich-like dress. However, her tall figure and curvy body saved her from shame. The dress could’ve been much worse if it was one someone else.

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