The Streamer Awards is an event that celebrates the achievements of notable streamers and also serves as a platform for showcasing the latest fashion trends. This year’s edition was no different, with some of the biggest names in the streaming world turning heads with their stunning attire on the red carpet.
One of the standout personalities was Pokimane, one of the most popular Twitch streamers, who reportedly wore the most expensive dress from Seven Khalil paired with a Marzook Crystal Orb-White bag that cost over $3.6K.
What were the most expensive outfits at the event?
At the Streamer Awards ceremony, TinaKitten made quite an impression with her impeccable sense of style. Her outfit comprised a Chloe Fashion dress, which is said to be worth around $2,000, paired with a white Prada bag that added another $2,000 to the total cost.
Nemo, a prominent chess player, and streamer stood out with a striking fashion choice at the Streamer Awards. She wore a butterfly bugle beaded gown from Sheri Hill, featuring intricate details such as butterfly motifs and beaded embellishments. The gown came with a price tag of $1,118, making it one of the more expensive outfits worn at the event by Nemsko.
QuarterJade went for a Sheri Hill dress with a distinctive cut-out design, which reportedly cost $598. To complement the outfit, she carried a Cult Gaia Hera Mini Rhinestone Bag, adding a hint of glimmer to her overall look. The bag comes with a whopping price tag of $498.
QTCinderella, the host and organizer of the event, also caught everyone’s attention with her fashion sense on the red carpet. She sported a beautiful Portia and Scarlett dress, which is said to have cost around $1,759.
GeeNelly, a British content creator, chose to wear a Shushu/Tong Colorblock Off-The-Shoulder Corset Minidress at the event. The dress had a black-and-white color scheme and a bodice-style corset. It reportedly costs $670.
Some of the other expensive outfits at the event.
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