Amanda Holden’s unique dress had fans stunned in last of the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals.
While the head judge always makes an entrance in her Saturday night showing outfits, the most recent get-up she wore on the recent episode certainly turned heads. Many viewers labelled her dress as “beautiful”, and wondered where Amanda got her long gown dress from.
So where can viewers buy the judge’s dress? We found out exactly where the dress is from!
Where is Amanda’s BGT dress from?
Amanda wore a long, purple gown with a black lace detail during the semi-finals on Saturday October 3rd.
Unfortunately for viewers, it looks like the head judge had the dress specially made for the showing. Stylist Karl Willett designed the gown with fashion designer Suzanne Neville.
While Karl regularly styles Amanda ahead of the BGT shows, Suzanne has made a number of gowns for celebrities such as Michelle Keegan and Tess Daly, and mostly creates wedding dresses.
However, Suzanne Neville has her own website which has a number of long evening gowns in similar styles. One yellow dress in particular has the same strap across the front and looks almost identical in terms of style, but it doesn’t have the lace attachment.
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Where to buy similar dresses
Although the exact dress doesn’t look like it’s available for viewers, there are several dress styles available online.
While one fan thought that Amanda’s dresswas a remake of a Versace dress costing £6,060 – with the same one-sleeve lace style – similar dress styles can be bought, such as this plunge sequin Saint Laurent dress for £1,950.
For a cheaper price point, dresses with the one-sleeve style, or even long evening gowns in purple, are available on eBay for around £30 on average.
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