Fashion Police hit the field

Get noticed at the Sevens

Last updated 17:45 04/02/2012
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HOLD UP: Jodi Delamere and Tessa Pedersen take no prisoners when it comes to Sevens fashion.

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Our Fashion Police Tessa Pedersen and Jodi Delamere have been laying down the law at this year's Wellington Sevens.

The Fashion Police will be handing out more than $14,000 in prizes to their picks for best-dressed.

Pedersen said that despite the subdued mood on the stadium on day two, there were still some fabulous costumes.

The Fashion Police had been particularly impressed by some jellyfish, licorice allsorts, roses chocolates and poison ivy outfits.

"I think we've found our winners," Pedersen said.

Sevens fans will have to wait until February 8 to find out who the winners are, when they are announced in The Dominion Post.

Prizes include cash, accommodation and gift cards.

Previous years' winners of The Dominion Post Fashion off the Field competition have included three men dressed as a couch, men dressed as a railway crossing, a headless man and a group who each came as an individual ingredient that could be pushed together to make a sandwich.

If you're going to the Sevens make sure you send us photos of your costumes and experience to web@dompost.co.nz or tweet us @dompost

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