We just had the best Monday night ever at the Downton Abbeyworld premiere in London's Leicester Square, and had a ball checking out the leading ladies and their incredible frocks. From sequinsto hot pink gowns, the actress's attire was very different to the period costumes they rock on the silver screen. It was great to see Lady Mary and co. dressed in some serious couture. We've rounded up the most glam outfits on the red carpet -which one is your favourite?
Kicking off with golden girl Michelle Dockery. The stunning raven-haired beauty looked unmissable in her sequined Galvan dress, which was cut with a daring asymmetrical neckline. We love those bouji hoop earrings, too!
Newbie Tuppence - who plays Lucy Smith in the film - is total #outfitgoals in her floor-length, ruffle frock by Corpus. With her slicked back hair, pale skin and wine-coloured lipstick, this look is pure gothic glam.
She may play the dowdy Lady Edith in the hit series, but Laura looked anything but on the red carpet, stunning fans in a bold black dress by Monse, which came with a sexy thigh high split.
Sophie portrays cook Daisy in the film, and we can't believe how different the glam star looks without her apron! Sophie enlisted Holly Willoughby's stylist Angie Smith to her select her glam black and pink dress, which is by Safiyaa. We love the applique finishing touches.
Teaching us all how to work jewel-tones, Elizabeth stole the show in this incredible fuchsia pink creation by Zac Posen. The fishtail hem and off-the shoulder finish simply screams pure Hollywood vibes.
Pregnant Jessica - married to Alan Leech, who plays Branson in the film - showed off her glittering baby bump in style as she posed alongside her husband. The long-sleeved dress by Amen made the most of her gorgeous shape.
Geraldine takes on the role of Queen Mary in the film, and we love the fact she has shunned a dress and went for this sleek white suit, with beautiful lace detail. Check out the metallic accessories, too!
You can always rely on Fleur to rock her own, eye-catching threads and the X Factor star did just that at the premiere, working a bright pink jacket, silky black trousers with a funky pleated skirt over the top. Shouldn't work on paper, but it really does in the flesh!