That rude little teddy bear is back for round two, and Australian celebs didn’t pass up the opportunity for a few borderline-offensive jokes and the chance to show off their style on the green carpet.
Held at George Street’s Event Cinemas in Sydney last night, a mix of realty TV stars, pageant queens, musicians, models and presenters stepped out to enjoy the new Ted 2 film. Check out the looks below.
E! Australia host Ksenija Lukich sure knows how to combine femininity with edge, rocking a pink, white and black midi pencil dress with a harsh-leather biker jacket and open-toe booties.
Former Big Brother housemate Lisa Clark also opted for a cropped leather jacket, choosing the casually-draped-over-the-shoulders look rather than wearing it as normal. She wore the piece over a racer-front bodycon, teamed with suede lace-ups, which could’ve worked better with a shorted hemline or different shoes. We loved the dark-red lip, though, which nicely finished the look.
Singer Paulini Curuenavuli kept it simple in a black midi and a khaki sleeveless coat, courtesy of St. Frock, for some utilitarian-chic vibes. Her lace-up patent heels added some interest to the look, as well as her bouncy waves.
Former Miss Australia Tegan Martin stuck to monochrome, but took a risk in short striped playsuit teamed with knee-high leather boots. We love the idea, but feel like one sexy item is more than enough for the red carpet. How amazing would a modern hanky-hem or asymmetrical midi dress have looked over these boots instead?
Model Zoe Cross won the green carpet in our eyes, in a velvet halter-neck maxi dress teamed with minimal accessories. A bit of lip colour and casual swept-over hair finished the carefree look.