The Best Looks From The 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
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The Best Looks From The 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

Whoever designs the outfits created some really beautiful looks.

The Best Looks From The 2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

On November 30th at the Grand Palais in Paris, Victoria's Secret held their highly anticipated annual fashion show and it was fantastique. Airing December 5th on CBS at 10/9c this year's show had so many beautiful outfits, 85 to be exact, and all of the girls looked beyond ah-mazing. This year's fashion show may be the most expensive fashion show ever costing $20 million dollars but it was well worth it. With a gorgeous 3 million dollar fantasy bra, favorite returning angels, and performances by Lady Gaga, The Weekend, and Bruno Mars the glitter runway was well occupied. The show itself consisted of 6 different themes and did not disappoint. The following is my individual unofficial ranking of this year's looks.

The Outstanding Winners:

Jasmine Tookes in the $3 million dollar Bright Night Fantasy Bra.

Josephine Skriver in The Swarovski Look for the Bright Night Angel segment.

Alessandra Ambrosia in the Dark Angel Segment.

Gigi Hadid in the Dark Angel segment.

Maria Borges in the Road Ahead segment.

Joan Smalls in the Road Ahead segment.

Alessandra Ambrosia in the Road Ahead segment.

Lady Gaga in Saint Laurent and a $1 million dollar, 45,700 Swarovski crystal covered hat.

The Honorable Mentions:

Ming Xi in the Secret Angel segment, points taken off for the hideous boots.

Joan Smalls in the Dark Angel segment.

Devon Windsor in the Road Ahead segment.

Grace Elizabeth in the PINK segment, her wings are everything but the outfit is trash.

Kelly Gale in the Mountain Romance segment.

Leomie Anderson in the Mountain Romance segment.

Lily Aldridge in the Bright Night Angel segment.

Taylor Hill in the Dark Angel segment.

Lily Donaldson in the Bright Night Angel segment.

Kelly Gale in the Bright Night Angel segment.

Kendall Jenner in the Road Ahead segment.

Devon Windsor in the Dark Angel segment.

The Participation Ribbon Winners:

Elsa Hosk in the Road Ahead segment. Really VS, did the Dragon have to cover her?

Elsa Hosk in the Secret Angel segment:

Romee Strijd inthe Bright Night Angel segment.

Lais Riberio in the Road Ahead segment. This cape could've been a lot better.

Irina Shayk in the Bright Night Angel segment. Congrats on the baby!

Bella Hadid in the Secret Angel segment.

Bella Hadid in the Bright Night Angel segment.

Izabel Goulart in the Mountain Romance segment.

Georgia Fowler in the Secret Angel segment.

And last but not least the Best Walk of the show had to go to Adriana Lima during the Secret Angel segment, Yaaaaaassss Queen! She was also my Favorite Angel hands down. Honestly she is all of the goals; truly iconic.

Watch The Walk here: Adriana Lima VSFS 2016 Iconic Walk

Watch her being super cute here: Adriana Lima BTS

Great job girls!

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