Last night was the hugely anticipated MTV EMAs 2013 in Amsterdam, and as per usual, the second most anticipated feature of the night besides the awards, was the fashion. To sum it up in three words, flesh, sheer & black. Everywhere. From fishnet to vintage, lace to elegance, the main talking point was the sheer amount of flesh on show, not to mention the highly controversial presence of Miley Cyrus again. So below I have compiled my small pick of the best and worst dressed at the EMAs, what do you think? What were your opinions of the fashion favourites and fashion faux pas? :)
2. Katy opted for a very different look after receiving her award, and slipped into a gorgeous sheer black fishnet skater dress, which she combined with chunky Chanel jewellery and red lips. Loving her shoes also!
3. Laura Whitmore remained classy in a beautiful strapless peplum mini dress, with white and black lace and feather embellishment, absolutely love this outfit.
4. Rita Ora never fails to impress, and aside from her usual quirky style, she brought old Hollywood glamour back to the catwalk in a sultry plunging neck, thigh- high split black gown.
5. As ever, Ellie Goulding looked stunning in a daring, completely sheer, black lace gown. This dress fits perfectly with her current "bare it all" style at the moment, and draws strong comparisons to the gown to wore to her X Factor UK performance just a few weeks ago.
2. It is safe to say that her style choices didn't get any better as the show progressed, as she completed her 'Wrecking Ball' performance in a high cut white body suit and skyscraper heels, the camel toe is not a good luck Miley.
3. Speaking of camel toe's Iggy Azalea managed to loose all dignity when she accidently had a wardrobe malfunction and bared all the cameras. Her sheer black dress, which was slashed all the way up to her belly button was however bang on trend with most celebs opting for black last night, and she teamed her dress with some beautiful red platform sandals, however not a fashion favourite.
*All images from www.dailymail.co.uk