Kate wins at BAFTAs in LBD and diamond jewellery

Not only was yesterday (February 14th) Valentine’s Day, it was also the EE BAFTA Film Awards, which took place at London’s Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. 

The night saw movies stars hit the red carpet in the hopes that they would walk away with a gong, but only a lucky few left with an award.

As well as being a night of excitement, it was also a night of fashion. The red carpet was alight with beautiful frocks and well-cut suits but there were a few who really stood out for all the right reasons.

One such person was Kate Winslet, who – as well as walking away with the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress for her role in ‘Steve Jobs’ – looked beautifully chic. 

Sporting her usual elegant and understated style, Kate attended the event in a floor-length black dress that perfectly showed off her hourglass frame. The fish tail one-shoulder number cinched her in at the waist and skimmed her hips to flare out in train that added movement to the look.

To help break up the black dress slightly, one side of the skirt featured a slit that flashed the actress’ pins and stunning glittery black stilettos as she walked the red carpet. She also used her jewellery to lighten the look, opting for white gold and diamond statement pieces.

Kate wore a pair of statement diamond earrings that glittered perfectly throughout the entire night and stood out wonderfully even though her blonde tresses were worn down in soft waves.

She teamed these with a diamond bracelet that worked wonderfully against the black fabric of her dress as she posed for photographers with her hand on her hip. The two items of jewellery were the perfect pairing and stopped the look being over the top.

The actress completed her look with a black manicure, soft smoky eye and rosey lips that add the ultimate finishing touch.

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