It wouldn't be Český ples as we know it, if it didn't feature several breathtaking robes, a number of less successful models that should be sent back to their creators for a revamp, or makeup that borders on frightening. How did Vendula Pizingerová, Kristýna Schicková, Aneta Vignerová, Andrea Kalivodová, Iveta Vítová, Lilia Khousnoutdinová, Sandra Pospíšilová (Parmová) and Tereza Mátlová groom themselves for Český ples 2020? See for yourselves!
The stars of the night all opted to wear black. Andrea Kalivodová and Kristýna Schicková were among those who made this excellent choice, and they definitely belonged to the best dressed ladies of the evening, together with Vendula Pizingerová.
Not even pregnancy could prevent the expectant mother and model Kristýna Schicková from wearing a luxurious gown with a neckline almost down to her navel and she looked fabulous. The dress from designer Petra Brzková has everything that a proper ball gown should - flair, a suitable length and color and, last but not least, the right dose of sex appeal.
Opera singer Andrea Kalivodová also did well to bet on black. She chose her dress in the studio of Jaroslava and Dominika Sedláčková, and although it initially looked like she was going to attend this year's Český ples in red, the immortal black won in the end. And it was the right choice. In this outfit, with just a touch of red on her lips and her striking eyes, she looked absolutely magical.
Vendula Pizingerová can most often be spotted with a make-up free face, a little disheveled, frolicking somewhere by the sea or in the mountains. Seeing her in this luxurious gown with flawless makeup and hairstyle was a feast for the eyes. Vendula was so gorgeous that it rendered us speechless, and that's a rare occurrence...
Presenter Iveta Vítová was the host of the evening, so it's no wonder that she chose a comfortable gown from the Poner duo without unnecessary ruffles and trains. But that didn't take away from her sex appeal and she was definitely one of the most attractive beauties of the evening. Did she have the luxury glittering robe, the Gismondi jewelry or her overall flawless look to thank? Probably the combination of all these factors!
Some might argue that Aneta Vignerová wrapped herself in a sheet, a towel or a curtain for Český ples, but we disagree. The expectant mother was very graceful, smiling left and right as she held a hand over her belly. We'd also like to highlight her unusual pouchette that we find really cool.
We can't get rid of the impression that Sandra Pospíšílová, formerly Parmová, did some last minute shopping at Hermine Khalaf Pogosyan's studio. Otherwise she definitely wouldn't have chosen this dull and boring gown, which cannot boast anything but a high slit...
This time, the fiancée of billionaire Karel Janeček went to designer Blanka Matragi for advice and wore a dress from her studio for the ball. And while we usually praise the creativity and craftmanship of Blanka's designs to high heaven, this dress didn't fit Lilian at all. It made her look like a sad princess with a disfigured décolleté, waiting to be saved by a prince. What a pity!
We don't know if Tereza Mátlová does her awful, cheap make-up herself, or if she - God forbid - pays someone to do the job, but it's really cringy. Red lipstick doesn't do a great job for her corpselike skintone and blonde hair, and Tereza should realize that once and for all. This time, we don't actually have many reservations about her dress. Although we can imagine the singer wearing a more flattering model, it's not that bad. But the dismal Joker-style makeup completely killed it.
I was really looking forward to fairy-tale gowns, because Český ples is the first luxury Prague ball of the season. But I have to admit I'm somewhat disappointed. I expected a bit more from the dresses and the last thing I was prepared for all those models with perfect figures, silicon boobs and (usually) sophisticated taste to be overshadowed by Vendula Pizingerová, who is in her forties, definitely doesn't weigh forty-five kilos and can be most often spotted wearing hiking boots and zero make-up, challenging the wilderness along with her slightly younger husband! Way to go, Vendula! You're stunning and I totally get the younger man! He should be afraid of being replaced by someone even younger!
I like the fact that Aneta stayed true to her minimalist style despite the advanced stage of her pregnancy and not much has changed in her choice of clothes. Aneta can have a tummy, a bald head or a head full of hair, she can wear sweatpants or a potato bag, it doesn't matter - she will always be stylish. She looks breathtaking.
Sorry, but I completely disagree with my colleague Martina here! I do love the Poners and the dress itself is gorgeous, but it makes Iveta looks like a mature 50-something lady from the 80s. I can't help it, but that's what it looks like. The model ages her, and the only things missing are a fox fur around her neck and gold rings adorning her fingers.
So this is what Hell looks like! I didn't even recognize Teresa. At first glance, I was wondering, who that fat aging matron was! Tereza has always been so beautiful, what's this supposed to mean?!?! Who on earth helped her choose this dress? Why didn't anyone tell her it made her look twenty kilos heavier and twenty years older? It's awfully mundane and definitely not sexy or romantic. Did she make it herself or what? Alright, Terka has gained some weight, but in this case, she should take an example from Vendula Pizingerová, who proves that even women with a few extra pounds can wear a model that highlights their positives and hides their negatives. I'm not even gonna start about the makeup, my colleague Martina described it pretty well.
Sandra, are you shitting me or what! You look like if you were heading to a graduation ball. I just don't understand! On your Instagram, it seemed like you put a lot of thought into your outfit. You chose the designer Hermine Khalaf Pogosyan, who creatss absolutely gorgeous dresses that make you go aww, and yourjewelry is from Halada. That's why I can't wrap my head around the disaster you're wearing. Did the designer have a bad day?
You're slim, you're gorgeous, you've got new boobs, damn it, girl why didn't you choose one of her gorgeous robes with glittery gems?! And the purple color? For me, this is probably the worst model of the ball. I hope that you will attend the Czech-Slovak ball too and improve your score, because I want to see you as beautiful as always.