Who wore the best shoes at the BAFTAs this year?

Who wore the best shoes at the BAFTAs?

Hands up- who’s spent hours the last few days scrolling through slideshows of celebrity couture dresses? Awards season is in full swing, Hollywood’s elite are being dressed by the fashion world’s elite. After Sunday’s BAFTA’s, celebrating the past year’s best movies and tv, I was left with one question. Who wore the best shoes at the BAFTA’s this year? Taking inspiration from the masses of beautiful, couture dresses- here’s how to use this season’s materials and colours when you’re designing your own shoes.

Who wore the best shoes at the BAFTAs?

All white everything

First of all, for a few years, feminine tailoring has been a hot red carpet trend. American singer Mary  J Blige took a romantic take to the trend, with a Ralph and Russo ivory tailored suit. Featuring a flowing skirt and an embroidered jacket, it was fresh from the runway.

Who wore the best shoes at the BAFTAs
Mary J Blige

Using the outfit as inspiration for designing your own shoes- let’s take the colour. Although they may seem bridal, these white leather pumps look great with on trend colours like fuschia or yellow. Beginning to design your own shoes is a few clicks away, on our 3D designer.

Who wore the best shoes at the BAFTAs
White Leather Pumps

Looking green isn’t always a bad thing

After playing Queen Elizabeth in the Crown, Claire Foy gave up her, well, crown, in the Netflix series. Next, wearing a decadent Oscar de La Renta emerald gown paired with a pale pink lipstick, to offset the look.

Who wore the best shoes at the BAFTAs
Claire Foy in Oscar de la renta

Plus, the forest green shade of Claire’s gown is inspiring and calls for a luxe material- just like these green suede court shoes. Featuring a premium sparkling embellishment,  this pair will be great at helping you be red carpet ready at all times- just in case you get a call.

Emerald green suede inspired by claire foy's dress at the BAFTAs

Banish the blues

After designing Meghan’s wedding dress, and artistic director Claire Waight Keller winning BFA’s British Womenswear Designer- Givenchy are having a moment. Actress Lily Collin’s wore a new season Givenchy couture, with a bold blue sheer skirt and satin blazer.

Lily Collins in Givenchy

Taking inspiration from the bold colours and lace material- cobalt blue is a power colour for the upcoming season. The shade looks great with berry reds, for a dramatic finish.

Who wore the best shoes at the BAFTAs? After you’ve finished designing your own shoes, you’re guaranteed to give any celebrity a run for their money!