Best Dressed: Union Garden Party

CATHERINE AIREY judges what you wore this afternoon.

Alex Finnemore, Clare

Lizzy Perkins, Fitzwilliam

Imogen Galilee, Downing

Jeremy Wikeley, Pembroke

Anna Sheinmann, Downing

Max Gelibter, Selwyn

Victoria Wilkes, King’s

  • Mr Cultured

    My outfit was better than all of the above. If this 'best dressed' contest had been judged by my future lover, Tab editor Joe Bates, I like to think I would have won (and I also like to think that first prize would have been a trip to his college room for casual sodomy).

    Speaking of sodomy, I'd quite like a go with Max Gelibter. I'm very glad I didn't see him about the gardens, because after a few oysters I doubt I would have been able to keep my hands to myself (they're an aphrodisiac you know).

    (no homo)

  • jkg

    um doesn't one of these write for the tab? I guess that's just a coincidence..

  • Oh Jeremy!

    You can have a party in my garden any day

  • mary

    How are they the best-dressed? The most that you could constructively say is that they are 'dressed'.

  • The mirror

    please get a real fashion critic…this is god awful, I'm sorry, but really….

    • haterz

      I think we need to remember that this is an amateur best dressed feature not an editorial fashion piece.

  • Errrrrr

    These photos look like they were taken on a phone…

    • Hello…

      …Mr. Blurrycam.

  • appalling

    Anna's skirt and Victoria's shoes are shockingly naff…not even in a cool way, just in a wearing-clothes-from-1998 way.



  • Secret admirer

    Ooh Jeremy, I love a man in a peach shirt.

    • Pedant

      I'm also a fan of Jeremy's shirt but surely it's pink rather than peach?

  • ikinci el e?ya

    Imogen Galilee, Downing Best Dressed
    Although dressed in a beautiful and attractive, but the beautiful Anna Sheinmann, Downing

  • alex finnemore

    call me maybe

Heard something newsworthy?

REVIEW: The White Devil

There will be blood, Daniella Cugini warns – rather a lot of it, actually

REVIEW: Philadelphia, Here I Come!

Jamie P. Robson is enchanted by this pitch-perfect production of Brian Friel’s humorous, touching play about the uncertainties of leaving home.

What your Lent resolution says about you

So you’re giving up chocolate again?

, Contributing Editor

The best football gambler in the world is hiring

His statistical model beats the bookies most weeks

, Chief Reporter

The weirdest things you’re giving up for Lent

ASOS, sex and one guy is even giving up his girlfriend

, Chief Reporter

Commenters on this article from 2001 predicted Tinder and Instagram

They somehow saw Dogspotting coming too

, Chief Reporter

More evidence that barristers are the hottest professionals in London

Look at those cheekbones

, Contributing Editor

This video shows how 200 new skyscrapers will alter London forever

It looks completely different