There were few gems at the 2017 TVB Anniversary Awards. Many outfits seem to be safe choices in white or last-minute, unflattering picks.
BEST DRESSED: Tavia Yeung and Niki Chow
As guest presenters at the 50th TVB Anniversary Awards, Tavia Yeung and Niki Chow outshone the station’s leading ladies. Tavia’s glittering princess dress suits her petite frame. Niki’s feather and lace outfit looks fabulous! Accessories, hair, and makeup look great too.
When you have such a handsomely dressed Kenneth Ma as arm candy, it’s a given that Jacqueline Wong would shine in whatever she chose to wear. Jacqueline shows off her flirty side with a blue floral dress and the hint of a lacy bra. Ruco Chan looks sharp in his cobalt suit and would have benefited without his necklace. Mandy Wong makes an elegant statement in a classic style and carefully applied makeup.
MOST DARING: Rebecca Zhu
Rebecca Zhu has the body to pull off this barely-there gown. A little too sheer to be classy; can pass for bridal lingerie. Hairstyle was too messy. Rebecca left viewers with two questions in mind after tonight: (1) Why did she win Best Supporting Actress? (2) What type of bra did she wear under her dress?
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Elena Kong‘s dress doesn’t leave too much to the imagination, while Katy Kung offers a tantalizing side view.
LADIES in WHITE
With many ladies dressed in white at the TVB Anniversary Awards, Best Actress Natalie Tong didn’t stand out. The bodice of her dress was ill-fitting and the makeup was too washed out. Sharon Chan and Priscilla Wong‘s dresses had more flattering fits, but did they come from the same bridal studio sponsors?
Alice Chan and Mayanne Mak wore nice accessorizes to complete their looks. Mayanne especially made an elegant statement in her glittering dress.
LADIES in RED
Both in red, Crystal Fung outshone Sisley Choi in an artfully-draped dress. Why is Sisley hiding her normal vibrancy in a stiff and heavy dress that does nothing for her thin frame?
ROOM for IMPROVEMENT
Ali Lee looks short and stout in an unflattering gown that she didn’t try on carefully. The puffy sleeves add width to her normally slim body, while the ankle straps shorten her legs. Printed stars on Tracy Chu‘s dress? Does she still have secret Disney princess fantasies?
Aside from its cut, Elaine Yiu‘s dress is boring. Nancy Wu’s pants set looks like a busy Christmas tree: four colors, a leopard print, and too much tinsel! Carol Cheng‘s pink floral dress actually suits her, but could benefit from a more subdued skirt. Was Kristal Tin‘s choice a last minute decision? Why such a poor choice?
Samantha Ko‘s dress is like a blank canvas that doesn’t leave much of an impression, but her earrings are a nice touch.
A few more glimpses in the mirror would have shown Vivien Yeo how flattering the front of her dress is. Rosina Lam‘s dress looks like it’s a few seasons behind.
Grace Wong is known for her alternative fashions, but this ruffled black dress is a big disappointment. Moon Lau‘s black-and-white dress looks awkward as well.
Koni Lui‘s vintage-inspired lace dress ages her tremendously. Kaki Leung‘s dress should be banned from the red carpet. It’s easy for Tiffany Lau to look like a superstar by just dressing normally. Bowie Cheung is a walking pink ribbon.
WORST DRESSED: Toby Chan
Did Toby Chan want to make a tribute to Captain America in her red-white-and-blue dress that is more suitable for a cosplay party than red carpet event? The rhinestone trimming and fabric of the dress scream cheap. Ghostly lips and matted hair complete this frightening ensemble.
This article is written by Jayne for JayneStars.com.