Isn't London Fashion Week more your thing Model Abbey Crouch turns up to Brit Awards in stylish pink frock as she puts music stars in the shade
With her model looks and impeccable style you'd think Abbey Crouch was more dressed for a catwalk show at London Fashion Week.
But the blonde beauty was merely ensuring she looked her best as she stepped on to the Brit Awards red carpet earlier tonight.
The 26-year-old stood out from the crowd at the glitzy evening in a cute Sixties-style pink tweed dress.
Model looks: Abbey Crouch was the image of perfection on the BRITs red carpet, looking more suited to LFW
Abbey worked the look as she posed for the world's press, twisting her locks in a flirty manner.
And she continued the Sixties theme with dark eye make-up, with a slick of pink lipgloss.
The tiny mini-dress showed off her enviable tanned legs, while the tie-up belt emphasised her petite waist.
But while plenty of flesh was on show, the WAG ensured she was still sophisticated by keeping her chest covered with a cute turtle neck cut.
Strike a pose: The blonde beauty put some of the pop stars to shame with her stunning outfit
Peter Crouch's wife did well to score an invite to the glitzy pop event, mingling with stars including Rihanna, Nicole Scherzinger and Adele, who were better placed at the pop extravaganza.
And while there were fashion hits from music stars including the Umbrella hitmaker, Jessie J, Lana Del Rey and Pixie Lott, Abbey scored higher marks than some other singers.
Alexandra Burke was a big miss with her blue and gold gown, while fellow former X Factor star Cher Lloyd also stood out for the wrong reasons in a glittery pink catsuit.
Fellow fashion hits: The music stars also dressed to impress, giving Abbey a run for her money
Paloma Faith also didn't disappoint, showing up in yet another one of her quirky ensembles.
The singer went for an army print frock with black ankle boots, beret and gloves.
Earlier this month Abbey was seen showing off her immaculate fashion sense yet again as she promoted Lynx's first female fragrance at the UK launch.
Wearing a stunning electric blue frock, the sometime TV presenter's perfect figure was yet again shown off to the max in the bodycon dress.
Should have followed Abbey's style! Paloma Faith and Alexandra Burke could have done with some style tips
Abbey is the new face of the fragrance, which went on sale earlier this month.
And she used the opportunity to show off her fashion credentials yet again as she promoted the bodyspray outside of a Superdrug store in London's The Strand.
She channelled her inner Catwoman for the event, wearing a black catsuit with a plunging neckline and fur hat.
She said: 'Ever since my stint as a Lynx girl, I have been calling for them to make a female version.
'I'm so excited they listened to me and it is finally here. I can't wait to see the mayhem that will happen now both sexes have the Lynx effect.'
2012 BRIT AWARD WINNERS
British Female Solo Artist : Adele
International Male Solo Artist: Bruno Mars
Critics' Choice: Emeli Sande
Best British Single: One Direction, What makes You Beautiful
International Female Solo Artist: Rihanna
British Male Solo Artist: Ed Sheeran
British Group: Coldplay
Best International Group: Foo Fighters
British Breakthrough Act: Ed Sheeran
International Breakthrough Act: Lana Del Rey
Outstanding Contribution To Music: Blur
British Album of the Year: Adele