Our Picks for Best Dressed at the 2021 BAFTAs

We share our favourite outfits from the 2021 BAFTAs.

Although this years BAFTAs were held virtually, that doesn’t mean that we didn’t get to lust over stunning gowns worn by the film industry’s most talented stars – and we did just that. Without further hesitation, we present to you, The Femme’s top picks for Best Dressed at the 2021 BAFTAs! And the awards go to…

Anna Kendrick

Whilst presenting an award from L.A., the Pitch Perfect star wowed us in a Zuhair Murad gown. The dress is made out of metallic fabric that shimmers in burgundy and gold hues. It is cinched at the waist and features a thigh-high split to create a stunning silhouette.

Felicity Jones

Felicity Jones looked stunning in a beaded, black, layered Valentino gown. The look gave off a fun, 1920’s flapper girl feel, whilst staying true to award show elegance. The British actress proved that you can’t go wrong when wearing Valentino.

Rose Byrne

The Australian actress looked incredible in a Miu Miu suit. The look features a cropped black blazer, tailored trousers and open toe heels. She looked sharp, well put together and glamorous. What more could you want from an award show outfit?

Emerald Fennell

Not only did Emerald Fennell win two awards at the BAFTAs, she looked incredible whilst doing so! We only caught a glimpse of her custom Roland Mouret gown as she virtually accepted her awards. Thankfully, we got a full look at the ethereal white, chevron organza gown on the directors twitter page.

Phoebe Dynevor

We are so used to seeing the Bridgerton star in pastel-coloured empire-waist dresses that it seemed like we stepped into an alternate dimension when Phoebe Dynevor appeared on our TV screens in a black gown. The dress is a one-shoulder Louis Vuitton creation that eludes elegance and sophistication, much like the actress herself.

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Andra Day

The American singer presented the Best Original Score award whilst wearing a backless Elie Saab gown. The green, floor-length dress features a gold chain halter-top style neckline. There is only one word to describe Anrda Day in this dress – stunning.

Barry Keoghan

Although male award-show fashion has evolved over the past few years, the 2021 BAFTAs failed to follow suit. For the most part. Barry Keoghan was a welcomed change amongst many black tuxedos in a pale-blue Gucci suit worn over a pale pink sweater vest and striped shirt.

Maria Bakalova

The Bulgarian actress showed off her award show look on her Instagram page. It is safe to say we were not disappointed. She looked incredible in a scoop-neck, spaghetti strap, glittery tulle Georgio Armani gown. The dress features a fitted bodice and a full, floor length skirt.

Vanessa Kirby

The Crown actress took us back in time with this Atelier Versace gown. The heritage metal mesh fabric took us back to the 80s (the decade it was created by Gianni Versace), whilst the silhouette was pulled straight from the 90s. It seems that Vanessa Kirby has a talent for taking us on a trip to the past with her outfits, and she did not disappoint.

Cynthia Erivo

The English actress and singer shined in a Louis Vuitton mini dress at this years BAFTAs. She strayed away from the typical floor-length style gowns that most of the nominees and presenters went for and it paid off. The dress features a sparkling gold skirt, a crystal encrusted top and is cinched at the waist. We love the playful feel of this look.

Kosar Ali

The ‘Best Supporting Actress’ nominee showed up to the BAFTAs wearing Alexander Mcqueen. The dreamy look features a cropped ivory blazer and a layered tulle skirt. The pairing of both elements and a high neckline create a soft and romantic look that fully compliments this rising star.

Despite the setbacks of being held virtually, the BAFTAs still managed to serve us the award-show glamour we desperately needed.

If you missed the ceremony, don’t worry, we rounded up all the winners for you.

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I love to learn and write about fashion to shine a light on important issues that are present in the industry, as well as writing about the fun stuff. Aside from writing, I am interested in fashion styling and analysis, watching films and playing animal crossing.
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