Sunday night was the Arqiva BAFTA Television Awards 2014 at Theatre Royal in London and let's just say it was the sparkliest, sunniest ceremony in Blighty yet.
Not only did the evening honour the best of British TV talents and production but the red carpet fashion was pretty impressive.
Helena Bonham Carter looked incredible in a strapless black gown and statement sunglasses (hands down, her best ever look), Naomi Campbell wore a metallic floor-length halter-neck gown and Ophelia Lovibond's pink WilliamVintage 1950s-style dress was all romance.
But then there were those who missed the memo on minimal-chic colour blocking and went OTT on accessories (Oona Chaplin carried a fan and clutch bag) and got the monochrome trend oh-so wrong. Spoiler: Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc.
Michelle Heaton, Michelle Collins and Jade Farmlow wore nude gowns with brocade, chiffon and/or embellished bodice detailing that - teamed with a bouffant 'do - screamed fashion faux pas.
And while Olivia Colman was named best actress for her role in Broadchurch we still can't get round the plunging green gown - far too plain Jane for a three-time BAFTA award winner.
Take a look through this gallery to see the line up of ladies who didn't quite work the BAFTA red carpet in a OMG-she's-a-vision kind of way.
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