Last night, Australian Women’s Health magazine hosted the I Support Women in Sports awards at Sydney’s Establishment, with inspiring sportswomen stepping out in fancy threads for the big event. The magazine’s editor, Felicity Harley, said, “This night is all about giving recognition and telling the stories of Australian sports women, to who don’t get enough coverage for their efforts and talents.”
Scroll through below to see our favourite getups from the night.
Michelle Bridges stunned in a crisp-white jumpsuit with sophisticated high-neck detail and chic wide-leg pants. She kept the look simplistic with a black clutch and pointed-toe heels, which made way for her red lipstick and nail polish to pop.
Caroline Høgh Groth, former European handball player and owner of Greener Resolutions, went for monochromatic stripes in a ladylike Nicholas the Label strapless midi dress, teamed with black two-strap heels and a long rectangle clutch. “In my opinion, it’s time to focus a bit more on the extraordinary results Australian women bring home. A night I wouldn’t have missed for anything,” she wrote to Instagram.
Olympic swimmer Cate Campbell looked divine in a shimmering-green backless gown by Tania Olsen. Her side-swept pulled-back hair and pink lip polished off the look.
Model Renae Ayris stepped out to support the country’s finest sportswomen, donning a sparkly striped bodycon by Aje. We think she looks super cute, but the look was slightly disco-esque with the glitzy sequins, figure-hugging shape and slicked-back pony.
Swimmer Emily Seebohm rocked black and gold in a Sass & Bide mini with matching accessories. We love that she pulled her hair up to show off the dress’ embellished halter neckline.
Skeet shooter Laura Coles donned an amazing Thurley number, with a hypnotic maze pattern accentuated by the piece’s sheer fabric. The peplum waist and sweetheart neckline helped give even more life to the stunning LWD.