Australian singer Jessica Mauboy arrives at the 30th ARIA Awards at The Star, in Sydney, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts)
Australian singer Jessica Mauboy arrives at the 30th ARIA Awards at The Star, in Sydney, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016. (AAP Image/Dan Himbrechts) DAN HIMBRECHTS

ARIA fashion turns heads

THE ARIA Awards are known for pushing boundaries - both with fashion and commentary on our society - but there's one thing that everyone has been talking about after this year's awards.

That's the Veronicas' glitter outfits for their performance of their single In My Blood.

The two starlets set tongues wagging when they posed topless in the glitter body paint for their single cover and they recreated the look for their performance on Wednesday night in Sydney.

Their choice of outfits left Australians divided - but we all had one question on our minds - how on earth did they take it off so quickly? Half an hour later the twins from Brisbane appeared in completely different outfits for hosting duties, glitter free.

But the twins weren't the only ones who wore unique outfits.

Australian singer Jessica Mauboy turned up in a dress that reminded me of my grandmother's curtains and had frills galore.

And then there was Swedish singer Tove Lo. She wore a sheer orange dress with a print of the female reproductive system.

It doesn't get much more unique than that.

But it wasn't just the girls whose fashion choices were questionable.

Robbie Williams wore a suit jacket that hurt to look at and Ben Lee looked like a banana in his yellow suit.


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