Both Cheryl and Tulisa (their surnames are too complicated) channeled backless dresses at this year’s Pride of Britain Awards.
Cheryl’s choice had more of a Victorian edge to it due to the lace fabric and colour, whereas Tulisa’s unusual heavier, embellished dress by Amber Feroz seemed to swallow her up from the front.
To be honest, the magic of both of these dresses was all in the back. Although, totally ruined in my opinion by those hideous tattoos! If you are going to wear a backless number soon just make sure you attend to the skin in the run up to your event. A spotty, dry back isn’t pretty.
The above black, backless, vintage style gown with sheer mesh detail is NEW to Belle Dress Hire and available in a size 8 and I believe has a similar quality to it as those displayed on the red carpet by Tulisa and Cheryl. A simple design at the front and maximum effect at the back of the dress means you will impress from all angles. Helga McKay models this new style beautifully at an event in Belfast last weekend and has made perfect choices in relation to her hairstyle and make up. Effortlessly elegant.