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WAGs smash six at Allan Border blue carpet

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February 12, 2018

Cricket WAGs including Julia Wade (L) are hoping to impress on the Allan Border Medal blue carpet.

It was a sea of sequins, skin, beads and tulle on the Allan Border Medal blue carpet as cricket's wives and girlfriends proved they were just as on-trend as their AFL counterparts.

Monday night's ceremony at Melbourne's Crown Casino to celebrate Australia's best cricketer is fast becoming known for its fashion with many WAGs experimenting with bold fashion choices.

Dani Willis, fiancee of Australian captain Steve Smith, was among the fashion risk-takers in a tulle, baby blue gown by Oglia-Loro which featured with a thigh-high split and an embellished choker.

"It's my sixth Allan Border Medal and every other year I've worn a fitted silhouette, so I just wanted to have a bit of fun and try something different this year," she told AAP.

Candice Warner was similarly bold, donning a key trend of the night - a thigh high split - in Cappellazzo Couture.

Amy Griffiths, fiancee of Aaron Finch, glammed up for the final time before marrying on April 7.

Australian cricketer Ellyse Perry was among the last to hit the blue carpet in a navy Rebecca Vallance gown.

Perry is likely to secure her second Belinda Clark Award in three years, while Steve Smith is the firm favourite to claim the Allan Border medal for the second time.

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