Every year, we see one common wardrobe trope from the ladies of Eurovision: The white dress. Some say that there is symbolism behind it, since white is the color of purity and peace. In many cases it may just be a matter of using white as a blank canvas: It often shows off technical lighting effects best (see, for instance, Aliona Moon in 2013).
This year, seven women at Eurovision 2015 donned some form of a white dress. They range from elegant (Russia’s Polina Gagarina) to retro (Norway’s Debrah Scarlet) to slightly tacky (Slovenia’s Marjetka). Now we ask you: who slayed the white dress best? And whose white dress NEEDS TO GO? Let us know in the comments box below.