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February 21, 2008 / Curvety

Top Style at Brits

The celebritites attending the 2008 Brit Awards did not disappoint, and all arrived well turned out amidst a whirl of sparkle, shimmer & glitz. For me, the red carpet winners were Fearne Cotton, who presented the ITV live show and showed up in a small but perfectly formed satin shirt dress, Rihanna who looked simply stunning in a silver strapless dress, and of course – Beth Ditto in a daring coral strapless tutu style dress.

The show was opened with an extravagant performance from Mika, who went on to win best breakthrough act. He was joined on stage by gorgeous plus size inspiration Beth Ditto, who had changed & looked stunning in a sexy red satin & lace number. As always, size 20/22 Beth shows the world that you can be just as daring with your wardrobe when you’re more voluptuous.

It was most heartening to see the array of shapes and sizes on show – raising hope of a more accepting view on size acceptance for the future. This included Adele, whose debut album 19 recently went to number one. She picked up the Critics’ Choice Award at the ceremony and sang as part of Mark Ronson’s act.

So, if you’ve been buoyed by the likes of Beth and need a fantastic new plus size outfit to make you stand out from the crowd, try Curvety.com, where fab fashion in sizes up to a 36 is much more reasonably priced than the one off designer pieces sported by Beth!

Top Style at Brits
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  1. Merdena / Sep 19 2008 11:10 am

    Every time I see a photo of Beth Ditto in that dress, I smile. She looks GORGEOUS!

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