The night of Australian music nights is here, with the return of the ARIA Awards to Sydney.
Typically, awards shows will have an understanding of how attendees, who are mostly famous faces, should dress.
For the Emmys or the Oscars, it’s sophistication, the Grammys, it’s a little more avant-garde and for the MTV Video Music Awards, it’s limitless.
Although the ARIA isn’t an Oscar, which means there’s still room for fun, this year you’d have no idea what kind of event people were attending.
From Natalie Imbruglia’s cape dress that gave a work vibe to Domenica Calarco’s sexy Married at First Sight look at clothing company WA Dyspnea, tonight’s red carpet was a mixed bag.
The category is: Sophisticated Style
We’re not saying those looks were bad, we’re just asking – did you come from work for the awards show?
The category is: Easy to play it safe
Some people don’t want to push the envelope and we’re okay with that. Prevention is better than cure.
The category is: Pushing the edge, or should we say sexy
These are looks that I’m sure some baby boomers will say “what the hell” like a Gen Z adding it to their shopping cart.
The category is: Not even sure they knew what they were doing
Sometimes people have a story behind their looks, these three might fall for that.
The category is: Bright and colorful
We don’t hate it but we don’t love it, we appreciate the color though.
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