There was cuteness (Isla). There was hotness (Dancy). But the overall vibe last night at London's Empire Leicester Square premiere of Confessions of a Shopaholic was WTF?

The Good:

I was on the fence about Isla Fisher's mini - I'd probably have done a different shoe and, let's face it, maybe tights - but her vintage clutch somehow pulls the whole thing together.

I'm not, as a rule, boy crazy. But I am a Hugh Dancy girl. And this dates from seeing him play a ravaged WWI officer on Broadway, because I'm high-brow like that, although in fairness it was his work in The Jane Austen Book Club that cemented my love. Long story short: he is very handsome.


Sarah Cawood's getup may be costumey, but as we know, that's not always a bad thing!

The Bad:


Jo Wood's Blue Curaçao overload is enough to put one off "The Marlin" (it involves rum, maraschino and citrus) forever - and that's tragic.

VV Brown's bold matador-stewardess from the future has a definite majesty to it. Maybe it's the regal shade.


Nicola McLean demonstrates a truly appalling pants lapse.

What Say You?


When it comes to Beverley Knight's mini: nice use of print, or better as upholstery?

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