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Friday 11 July 2014

Swift opts for emerald

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift dazzled in an emerald Jenny Packham dress at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards last night.

The American singer attended the ceremony in London wearing a classic dress by British designer Jenny Packham. The green sleeveless piece was embellished with metallic studs, which gave definition by creating a built-in belt look.

Taylor polished off her look with Christian Louboutin sandals and Neil Lane jewels.

The look was a far cry from her onstage outfit during her performance on British show The X Factor, in which she wore a black turtle neck and leggings. This style was similar to that worn by the late actress Audrey Hepburn in her movie Funny Face.

Also at the Teen Awards was Rita Ora, who co-hosted the event. The blonde singer dazzled in a white Marchesa dress as she walked the red carpet, which was fluffy but didn't add bulk thanks to the short sleeves and leg split.

Soul singer Dionne Bromfield went for a brighter ensemble at the event. Her fluorescent green outfit, which had a pattern of black eyes covering it, made her stand out from the crowd. She also gave a glimpse at her toned midriff and showed off her flawless legs in the short number.

Pop group Little Mix went for sophisticated appearances during the ceremony. Member Perrie Edwards wore a white dress with a sheer panel down the front and a black waistband, while her bandmate Leigh-Anne Pinnock opted for a low-cut light rose jumpsuit

Jade Thirlwall looked fabulous in a grey ensemble but was left embarrassed when a gush of wind blew her skirt up.

Lastly Jesy Nelson went for a safe and stylish choice, wearing a black below-the-knee chiffon skirt and netted top.

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