Last night, for some kind of strange reason, BOTH of the biggest award nights in Australian football were celebrated. The 2015 Brownlow Medal was held in Melbourne, and the Dally M Awards were held in Sydney.
A big congratulations to North Queensland's Johnathan Thurston who won the Dally M Award, and Fremantle’s Nat Fyfe who really did win the Brownlow Medal.
We could argue from now until the end of time about whether AFL or NRL is the ~superior~ sport, so instead, let's just focus on the fashion.
Let's start with the NRL's Dally M Award, and the sport's iconic Queen and King, Terry Biviano and Anthony Minichiello.
Tessa James was there too, and slayed the red carpet.
Tegan Martin's classy AF gown stood out from the rest, for all the right reasons.
Sally and Greg Inglis were perfectly dressed for the occasion.
Ortenzia Borre took things to a whole new level.
Lara Pitt proved that white can definitely make a statement.
And Laura Geitz reminded everyone that sometimes, there's nothing prettier than pink.
Now let's discuss what was going on in Melbourne at the exact same time.
You can't talk about the AFL's Brownlow Medal without mentioning the always-iconic Rebecca Judd.
Nadia Bartel looked flawless, and her husband Jimmy's bowtie was also award-worthy.
Jessie Habermann made white feathers work.
And Taylor Wilson opted for sheer.
As did Rebeccah Panozza.
Nat Fyfe rocked the shit out of this cane.
And Britt Nicholas perfectly kept with the red colour theme.
The Dally M Awards, for sure.It's got to be the Brownlow Medal.I think everyone looked amazing tbh.
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So, now you've seen the outfits, what do you think? Were the attendees at the Dally M Awards or the Brownlow Medal better dressed?
vote votesThe Dally M Awards, for sure.
vote votesIt's got to be the Brownlow Medal.
vote votesI think everyone looked amazing tbh.