Brit Davis cuts a fairytale figure in a pale pink princess gown as she hits the red carpet for the 2016 Brownlow Medal Count.
She is known for her elegant style choices. And Monday night's Brownlow Medal Count in Melbourne was no different, as Brit Davis stepped on to the red carpet in a stunning pale pink gown. The top half of the gown showed off the Grand Prix ambassador's bronzed skin with cutout detail on her torso and multiple straps on one side of her body. The bandage-look top also featured a halter neck, which displayed the 24-year-old's delicate décolletage. The gown remained skin tight down to the model's hips, before bursting out in layers of dusty pink tulle.
As the 24-year-old turned to the slide to give cameras a better view of her stunning gown, she revealed the fitted half of the dress extended down to her derriere. While the front tulle appeared to be partially see-through, the primary-teaching graduate's dress featured a slip to protect her modesty. The back half of Brit's stunning dress flared into a tulle train which extended far back from her body. She added to the gown's princess feel by pulling her golden locks to the slide and allowing them to fall in perfect curls past her shoulder.