The look featured a ruffled-feathered neckline and sleeves hanging down to a corseted topped as her waist was snatched to perfection. The dress sparkled with salmon pearls and rhinestones giving off the perfect mermaid illusion.
The media It-girl opted for subtle glam makeup – consisting of polished nude tones, bold brows, glossy lips, centre-parted glass hair and droopy bejewelled earrings. She could not have channelled old Hollywood glamour more effortlessly.
Her second look was a gorgeous cerulean number by the House of Dova. Displaying a poofy right sleeve, plunging neckline, a form-fitting bodice, a daring slit, and striking metallic heels, we can assure you that this #BellaStylista did not come to play.
Bonang kept her makeup nude and dewy and adorned her look with gorgeous bejewelled accessories from Jewellery Affair.
For a final appearance, the House of BNG founder, strut out in a structural masterpiece designed by Nigerian designer Tolu Bally. The bright orange dress flowed downwards from a fitting corset bustier to beautiful bold hanging flounces that elevated the look to Best Dressed status.