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Posted on 29 July 2016

“The Glamour Women of the year Awards were full of glitz,
glamour and gorgeousness..”

This year's GLAMOUR Women of the Year Awards were held in London on the 7th of June 2016. The guest list was crammed with A-listers and trendsetters that roll out stunning red-carpet looks. From patterned gowns and awesome red plaited sequins to slip dresses and lace gowns, there were so many amazing 'dos.

blingsense is woman-centric, woman-driven and woman-oriented. It’s addressing modern women with a powerful character, their very own personal style and a vibrant social life. The kind of women that were nominated in this year’s Glamour awards.

Let’s check out the dresses, the fashion trends and the jewels that assorted the most inspirational women of the year..

Here is our top list, from the night at Berkeley Square Gardens in London..

The dresses & The Jewelry

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1. Mylene Klass

A cute topknot lets hoops do all the talking. Love it!!

Looking for something similar?
Summer Breeze in white Alabaster, featuring Swarovski crystals in silver or golden mesh or a rhodium plated base will complete the look..



2. Laura Whitmore

Wow! Laura Whitmore's sheer side detail gown was a seriously glamorous choice for the GLAMOUR Awards. Her matching lip, nails, jewels and box clutch seal the deal.

Looking for something similar?
Sand Crystals bracelet is as gorgeous!



3. Kourtney Kardashian

Metallic red will be a huge trend this winter. Sparkly enough to stand on its own, but Kourtney Kardashian manages to add hoop earrings into her outfit. And it does it correctly. If you want to accessorise a similar look, adopt a sleek and chic straight hairstyle, complete with a cool centre parting.

Looking for something similar?
Celestial Orbs are an excellent choice for most face shapes, that will look great with hair pulled back, giving out an aura of elegance. 


4. Lilah Parsons

Bringing some colour to proceedings Lilah Parsons wore a bold tangerine dress in a gorgeous boho cut. She paired it perfectly with minimal yet elegant bracelets in both hands.

Looking for something similar?
With Spiral Galaxy Light you can create several variations by moving the spheres on the wire. One for each hand..



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5. Alesha Dixon

Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon looked sleek and sexy in her wrap mini and choker ensemble that paired with Grecian gold jewelry.

Looking for something similar?
Have a look at Solbuer collection inspired by the sun that emerges from the Aegean Sea..




6. Sophie Turner

Beautiful Sophie Turner rocked a tailored mini by Kenzo with her hair in tumbling waves.

Looking for something similar?
Our new collection on blingsense is coming soon and the necklace is a perfect match! Keep an eye for it!


7. Vicky McClure

Her off-shoulder dress can easily be enhanced either with bracelets and a ring or a pair of gorgeous earrings. Vicky went for a sparkly bracelet to balance out the uncovered hand.

Looking for something similar?
Depending on the metallic tones of your dress, pick your jewelry carefully. Go for gold jewelry if your black dress includes gold-ish details, silver or white crystals for silver tones or a mix of gold and smoked topaz like the Sand Ripples bracelet paired with the Sand Globe ring in luxurious Swarovski Crystal Mesh, for bronze tones.

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8. Sigourney Weaver

Along with Susan Sarandon, the Hollywood stars were named a “Glamour Icon” and an “All time Inspiration”. She played it bold in this chic emerald-green gown from Escada. If you have short hair, hoop earrings can give an elegance and tone down a maxi dress.

Looking for something similar?
Celestial Orbs in silver can spice up your outfit!



Will close this article with a quote from Susan Sarandon’s inspirational speech..

"I am inspired by women.
Guys I'm sorry but nobody multitasks like women...There are many faces that need to be seen and many stories that need to be told to humanise some of the things that need to be told. We do learn so much by what we see and what we hear. We have a great opportunity to empower young women, and men... Everyone go home and jot down anything they want to say. That's the bravest thing you can do."                                                          
Susan Sarandon

Image credits: Glamour fashion magazine


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