Stunning fashion at the BAFTAS: Who is your pick for best dressed? 2



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Don’t you love checking out the fabulous fashions when it’s awards season? These looks are so inspiring, and it’s always lovely to see older celebrities shine!

The British Academy Film Awards are a very stylish affair indeed. Let’s check out Style at 60‘s favourite looks of the night. We’re talking guys and gals, too!

Which is your favourite look? If you could choose one of these dream gowns, which would it be?

Actor Bryan Cranston (59)  looking dapper in a velvet double-breasted jacket.

Style risk taker Cate Blanchett (46) looked exquisite in this Alexander McQueen gown.

Actress Stefanie Powers (73) has still got it!

Best Actress nominee Julie Waters (65) sparkles in royal blue sequins.

Exquisite beauty Kate Winslet (40) stunned in Antonio Berardi designs.
The red bag’s a nice touch, don’t you think?

Angela Bassett (57) gives some va-va-voom in this figure hugging fuchsia gown!

I think Julianne Moore is one of the most beautiful women in the world. Isn’t she gorgeous!
Better than most women who are half her age, can you believe she is 55?




Siobhan Beirne

Siobhan Beirne is a creative soul with extensive experience in both the fashion & beauty industries. With a keen passion for helping women to look and feel their best, Siobhan cannot wait to share her tips with you all.

  1. They all look stunning. Age is just a number! Women can look lovely at any age.

  2. Cate Blanchett looks, as always, simple and beautiful. Stefanie Powers a bit over the top but hell, look at her, she is gorgeous and 73? Why not wear feathers and frills and go for it? Julie Walters looks elegant, confident and is inspiring to all of us over 60’s. Of course I envy women who look younger and more beautiful than I could ever be but they, along with Judi, Helen M, Tilda, Maggie S, Emma (Thompson), Celia Imrie, Penelope Wilton etc don’t flaunt it, they ENJOY being who they are, are amazing actors, say what they think, give us endless enjoyment and far from thinking there are no roles for women of a certain age and moaning about it just get on with life and career! I salute you all. Let’s celebrate the radio actors too, they don’t get the rewards they deserve.

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