Red Carpet Wrap: Best and worst dressed
Published 01/10/2010 | 05:00
Who is a style queen and who should be taken away by the fashion police this week?
Best dressed: Cheryl Cole
Now some people may think that Cheryl is just an over-emotional clothes horse. That all she's done is toss her hair (a lot) and indulge her tear ducts (even more) and somehow that's transformed her from wannabe WAG to style queen. But actually, she does try hard (some might say too hard ... ) to look good.
She doesn't often grace the red carpet, but judging on today's sparkly little ensemble, she should get out more.
Maybe that way she'd realise that there's a big world out there, and you don't always have to hang out with the hired help. . . (sorry, Derek).
Worst dressed: Meg Matthews
Don't you love this time of the year? It's all about cosy nights in with your honey, indulging yourself with medicinal hot chocolate and reinventing your oh-so-stylish self.
The shops are packed with gorgeous clothes, which are just yearning to come home with you.
Of course, we have to be careful with our pennies these days, so while you might want to treat yourself to that classic camel coat, that of-the-moment cape or just a touch of leopard-print, you know you're going to have to choose.
And luckily for your purse, Meg Matthews has provided the definitive version of how not to do animal prints. It's so charitable of her.
Imagine having to psyche yourself up to wear that. These Z-list stars really do know how to take care of the little people. And, look, she's even accessorised it with a fierce expression. Bless her little cotton socks.