Miss Colombia and Miss Philippines Style Showdown: Did Charlie Harvey Contain it Right the first time?

As you found out the second you woke up and rested Twitter, Saturday night, Charlie Harvey handed Miss Colombia, Ariadna Gutierrez, the Miss Universe the queen’s … rather than the actual winner, Miss Philippines, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach. But looking back at the formal dresses online australia of the two

Let’s start with the all-important prom dresses 2016 cheap category, in which contestants put their most formal foot forward, and sequins and strapless silhouettes rule as far as a person’s eye can see. Both women performed masterfully in this category, wearing the height of pageant apparel. Miss Philippines put her own twist on an otherwise relatively traditional regal blue gown, with unusual details like a crashing, strapless neckline, a ruffled mermaid skirt, and a smattering of rhinestone embellishment down both sides. Miss Colombia, on the other hand, was sure to bring the bling, selecting a classic rhinestone-laden, figure-hugging look complete with a strapless love neckline and illusion cut-outs throughout the bodice.
And the tiara goes to … An in depth call, but we’ll say Miss Colombia for the pared-down, glittery glamour of her gown, which pretty much screams “Miss Universe. ”

national costume message of the evening is where the Miss Universe battle is always truly won and lost. If you aren’t familiar with this relatively recent addition to the competition, this is the the main night where contestants go all-out, wearing huge showgirl-esque ensembles that produce Heidi Klum’s Costumes look like simply child’s play. The outfits are meant to bring to mind something about each woman’s local culture, but more often than not are only an opportunity for each lady to prove she ’s capable of carrying around her body volume in feathers and sequins. Miss Philippines is clearly the winner of this round, wasting Miss Colombia’s multi-colored floral, butterfly theme maxi dress out of the water with a bead and paillette-laden traditional Philippine headdress and gown.

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