There were so many beautiful women dressed to the nines that walked the WTA Pre-Wimbledon Party Red Carpet, that instead of showing them all to you, I've narrowed it down to the ensembles that I liked the best and the least to share with you. It's my toned down version of The Fashion Police. Here it goes.
Best Makeup: Heather Watson wearing Mulberry
The overall look is very cluttered. There's just too much fabric on the dress, and that paired with her booties makes the outfit look HEAVY, but I will say that I absolutely LOVE her makeup. From the waist up, she looks adorable.
Best Hair: Ana Ivanovic wearing Matthew Williamson
Naturally beautiful, it's almost impossible to make Ana look bad. Her dress is fun and flirty, similar to her personality, but what really stands out to me is her sleek updo with not a hair out of place. It is the anatomy of a perfect bun.
Best Accessories: Maria Sharapova wearing Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen
I love this entire look from her hair to her shoes. It's one of those dresses that you know you could never pull off, but when draped across Maria's 6'2" frame, looks absolutely stunning. But what I think really gives this look the WOW factor, is the bold gold collar and cuff by Lara Bohinc.
Best Dressed: Andrea Petkovic in Richard Nicoll
This is what I call a "business on the top and a party at the bottom" dress. The simple classic blazer balances perfectly with the flowy skirt of the dress, and the only accessories that she needs are her good looks and her shoes that have the perfect pop of color. Perhaps it's because I am a minimalist when it comes to fashion, but when I saw this outfit it was love at first sight.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in David Koma
The cut of the dress is not particularly flattering on Pavs, and that HAIR! It reminds me of rolled dough which should never be placed on the top of your head.
Jelena Jankovic in Vivienne Westwood
Matchy, matchy, matchy. The color of the dress is pretty, if only it didn't match the shoes and the clutch as well, and her messy bangs don't particularly help pull the outfit together....
And last but not least:
Bethanie Mattek-Sands in Alex Noble
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