The Only Way Is Feathers! TOWIE's Billi Mucklow ruffles up her fashion critics in an eye-catching dress
10:25 GMT, 20 July 2012
As a TOWIE girl, we're used to seeing Billi Mucklow wearing flashy dresses.
However, she has ruffled some feathers with the fashion critics at last night's Now Magazine Smart Girls Fake It party.
Opting for a look that was more farm than glam – she partnered her feathered-trim pale pink dress from McBerry.co.uk with a pair of nude heels.
Birds of a feather: Billi Mucklow steps out wearing the garish feather dress, paired with nude court shoes and a Mulberry clutch bag
Clutching a Mulberry handbag, she also attended the fake tan party with her The Only Way Is Essex co-star Cara Kilbey at the star studded bash, which was held at the London Film Museum.
Kilbey opted for a more reserved look, wearing a black jumpsuit with some gold necklaces.
It comes just days after Mucklow's style was questioned again – turning up at the Tv premiere of Disney's Let It Shine wearing a very visible white lace bra under an animal print jumpsuit.
Needing support: TOWIE girls Billi Mucklow and Cara Kilbey clutch each others hands at Now Magazine's Smart Girls Fake It party held at London Film Museum
She wasn't the only celebrity to have an off day in the fashion stakes at last night's event.
Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace turned heads for all the wrong reasons after turning up wearing a white leopard print bomber jacket over a brightly-coloured floral bralet top.
Luckily it wasn't all fashion disasters.
Other reality stars showed how to do it – with Amy Childs going for a sophisticated look with an oyster couloured lace dress.
Big Brother's Josie Gibson (L) shows off her slim figure, while Jessica Wright (R) looks pretty in pink
Stunning: Amy Childs oozes glamour in a pink satin mini dress at the star studded bash
Jessica Wright choosing a bright pink mini dress, with Josie Gibson rocking an electric blue garment.
The party, in association with Fake Bake, aims to educate women in how to properly look after their skin and avoid sunburn this summer.