Miss England Home Made Dress

Finalists in this years Miss England competition strutted their stuff on the cat walk at the NEC Birmingham wearing homemade dresses. The contestants donned the outfits, created out of scrap materials they rustled up from raiding charity shops and attics, as they bid to be crowned Miss England. The girls were taking part in the first day of the two-day finals – with the winner going on to represent England in the Miss World competition.

Finalists in this years Miss England competition strutted their stuff on the cat walk at the NEC Birmingham wearing homemade dresses. The contestants donned the outfits, created out of scrap materials they rustled up from raiding charity shops and attics, as they bid to be crowned Miss England. The girls were taking part in the first day of the two-day finals - with the winner going on to represent England in the Miss World competition.

Finalists in this years Miss England competition strutted their stuff on the cat walk at the NEC Birmingham wearing homemade dresses. The contestants donned the outfits, created out of scrap materials they rustled up from raiding charity shops and attics, as they bid to be crowned Miss England. The girls were taking part in the first day of the two-day finals - with the winner going on to represent England in the Miss World competition.

Finalists in this years Miss England competition strutted their stuff on the cat walk at the NEC Birmingham wearing homemade dresses. The contestants donned the outfits, created out of scrap materials they rustled up from raiding charity shops and attics, as they bid to be crowned Miss England. The girls were taking part in the first day of the two-day finals - with the winner going on to represent England in the Miss World competition.

Finalists in this years Miss England competition strutted their stuff on the cat walk at the NEC Birmingham wearing homemade dresses. The contestants donned the outfits, created out of scrap materials they rustled up from raiding charity shops and attics, as they bid to be crowned Miss England. The girls were taking part in the first day of the two-day finals - with the winner going on to represent England in the Miss World competition.