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Vogue Williams gets dress code all wrong at BBQ

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Vogue Williams
Vogue Williams

Celebrity style blogger Vogue Williams committed a serious fashion faux pas when she arrived at a laid-back barbecue dolled up to the nines.

The model turned fashion guru (29) was left red-faced when she tottered up to a casual Budweiser event in a bandage dress and stilettos.

"For the first time in ages I think I totally got the dress code wrong. I'm usually quite good at judging that from the invite, but stupidly I didn't check it and I sort of feel like I wasted my favourite dress of all time," she said on her Hello blog.

"It was a great party but quite chilled and a BBQ vibe, and I went dressed like I was off to a premiere."

Newly single Vogue shouldn't be so hard on herself, as Oscar Wilde once noted that "you can never be overdressed or overeducated".

Comedian Jack Whitehall and Stevie Johnson from Made In Chelsea also attended the do and helped Vogue forget her woes.

"I have to say I do like a midweek party," she reflected. "It's probably the only time I drink like an adult or enjoy a party without drinking at all because, let's be honest, being hungover midweek just feels wrong"

Rockers to shake city

Following an impressive set at Marlay Park, Alabama Shakes have announced they'll play two headline shows at the Olympia Theatre this winter.

The US rockers, who supported Paolo Nutini during his Dublin gig, will play the city centre venue on November 3 and 4.

Fans of the band can snap up tickets from today as they go on sale this morning at 9am from www.ticketmaster.ie

Book in to Last Hotel

The worlds of theatre and opera collide in an exciting new production, The Last Hotel.

The play, which is a collaboration between composer Donnacha Dennehy and writer and director Enda Walsh, will be performed for the first time in Ireland on September 27 in the O'Reilly Theatre, Belvedere.

The premiere, which is part of the Dublin Theatre Festival, will be followed by four performances, on September 29 and 30 and October 2 and 3.

Tickets are priced from €30.

For bookings and more information on the festival, visit www.dublintheatrefestival.ie

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