EVERY function has three types of people. Those who follow the dress code to the letter, those who adhere to it to a certain extent and the downright disrespectful, who go the opposite way
Luckily, most of the guests adhered to the dress code.
What many women got wrong though, were the accessories. If it wasnâ€™t their shoes, it was their bags.
Gigi Mageziâ€™s bare-back kikoy top with matching pieces in her white trousers was simply stunning and this made her the best dressed female guest. The secret was in how the simplicity of her outfit and accessories rhymed with her style.
The Fashion Police awarded marks depending on how well the outfit and accessories went with the wearerâ€™s figure, looks and the dress code.
Gigi Mageziâ€™s elegant kikoy and cotton trouser suit and her African jewellery earned her 98%.
The beauty (pictured bottom right) in a royal blue outfit, with silver iridescent sequins accessorised with silver shoes, evening bag and royal blue jewellery, gets 90%.
Susan Muhwezi looks resplendent in red. For her classy style she gets 92%.
In her purple and gold Shalwar Kameez, gold bag and strappy sandals, the Nnabagereka earns 90%.
But somebody should flog the girl who came in a jean dress and cap! How dare she turn up for such a high-class function dressed so badly? She was the worst dressed guest and gets 1%.
A muzungu lady did her best to team her pretty green outfit with matching jewellery. But the manner in which she wore her stole watered down her appearance. She gets 70%.
The regal head piece with gold dots and matching necklace ushered Arapapaâ€™s Elizabeth into the realm of the elegant, earning her 95%.
A beaded outfit designed by Natasha looked gorgeous and was the best in her collection. It gets 97%.
Irene Birungi wore a simple, multi-coloured, sleeveless top and black trousers (pictured top right), earning herself 65%.
Jean Bageire looked great in her black and white outfit, except for the bag. She gets 65%.
Jennifer Zizinga was doing very well in her small, black, dress and gold accessories until it came to her sandals. She gets 50%.
Mary Karooro Okurut looked elegant in her shuuka and kitambi. But oh! her bag! She gets 80%.
Ritah Okutheâ€™s black and gold embroidered dress teamed with a velvet bolero jacket, was dazzling. She gets 94%.
Fashion Police: The House of Kaine fashion show