December 15th, 2011
Style-Off: The Cricket Christmas Party
Are your Louboutins hung by the chimney with care? Have you already gotten so wasted at your office holiday party that you’ve had to quit your job in shame? Have you opened all of the gifts with your name on them and then re-wrapped them so no one knows about it? Then you are ready for Christmas, dear Kickettes.
One thing that we’ve come to learn that the holiday season is not complete without every one’s favourite Liverpool clothing boutique’s annual party. Attended by every WAG and hanger-on within a fifty mile radius, the Cricket Christmas party is the perfect opportunity for to put on the entire make-up aisle at Boots and enough self-tanner to cover several square miles.
Let’s judge, shall we?
Ever since appearing on a WAGs edition of Come Dine With Me, Jude Cisse and Chantelle Tagoe have been BFFs. The other halves of Djibril Cisse and Emile Heskey, respectively, put on their finery and trotted out last night. Jude is wearing a custom Philip Armstrong dress (we’re noticing a trend here), the obligatory Louboutins and a YSL clutch. Chantelle went the LDB route and matched her accessories accordingly. We’re going to declare Jude the winner in this style-off within a style-off. That dress is pretty decent, yes?
Never one to miss an opportunity to get plastered and talk about how hungover she is, Alex Gerrard was of course there.
In keeping with her recent “no colour ever” mantra, she chose to wear a see through (is that really necessary?) Isabel Marant dress with a Maison Martin Margiela fur coat. We’ve lost count on how many black fur coats she owns, but you’ll be happy to learn that she’s just purchased another one.
An Alexander Wang clutch rounded out her trifecta of new designer duds.
We would genuinely enjoy seeing the woman in some colour once in a while, but she seems intent on carrying on this “rocker” vibe.
And now to the most orange one of all:
Sophie Leigh Anderson is the fiancèe of Liverpool’s Charlie Adam. She also appears to have depleted the Northwest of St. Tropez and used a can of brown paint to perfect her Scouse brow.
We can’t believe we live in a world where Scouse brow is a thing.
One thing we know for sure – we can’t wait to see her come Grand National time.
So who’s got your favourite look then? We’re sticking with Mrs. Cisse for the win.