Monday, August 13, 2012

2012 Olympics

2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony

Unfortunately the Olympics came to a close yesterday.
But what did you think of the celebrities style during the closing ceremony?
Between the Spice Girls and Jessie J .. everyone looked pretty amazing. 

Here are some pictures below of the performers: 

Photos courtesy of: Just Jared

Jessie J in Vivienne Westwood Couture went a little risque with her nude/ black bodysuit but it suits her very well. Her attire has won best dressed at the Olympics and I must agree. Her nude and black attire with the hot red lips made fans eyes glued to the screen. She looked amazing.


The highlight of the ceremony were the Spice Girls! After many years they finally reunited and looked great.

Victoria Beckham's dress was by Giles Deacon. The short skirt in the front showed off her sexy legs but her beautiful black train of ruffles were a great touch to the usual short skirts she wears.

Geri Halliwell's red dress was by Suzanne Neville. She looked stunning in her strapless red dress along with her gold accessories and gold shoes. Out of all the Spice Girls she had a little patriotism incorporated into her bustle.

Emma Bunton wore with a pink sleek dress by Maggie Cooke, which was definitely a 'Baby Spice' look. The only detail of the dress that made her look like an adult was the plunging neckline and the sparkling shoulder pads.

Melanie C. stayed with her sporty look in a white jump suit. Her jump suit looked good but the wedge sneakers was not a shoe to pair with the all white jump suit.

Melanie B. wore a catsuit by a Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad. This was a very dazzling catsuit for Mel B. but with her skin tone, she played it off very well.

Out of all the girls I think Victoria was best dressed. Since the Spice Girls haven't been together for some time it would've been nice to see a change in their style.
Overall, it was a great closing ceremony with all the performances.

What did you think of the Olympics Closing Ceremony? Leave us a comment below.

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