Red Carpet Fashion Awards

I’m so happy that little Joe McElderry from South Shields won the X Factor last night, but I’m sad that it’s the end of Monday’s X Factor fashion round-up.

Dannii Minogue continued to prove that you can do so much with a bob with another chic do.

Her hair was held back with a gold hair accessory to show off her Blaguette earrings which she paired with a stack of white diamond Blaguette bracelets.

She looked effortless chic wearing a grey Osman Yousefzada draped goddess dress with a gold wrap and pewter peep-toes.

Simple, yet so very beautiful.

Sunday night saw yet another dramatic hairstyle and an equally dramatic gold J’Aton Couture dress.

I love the lace detail on the bodice, and the way the dress drapes so luxuriously around her hips.

She definitely saved one of her best looks until last.

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I admire Dannii Minogue for continuing to support Australian designers.

On Saturday nights X Factor the judge wore an orange Aurelio Costarella Spring 2010 one-sleeved orange gown paired with Kara Ross jewels.

The colour is gorgeous on Dannii, but I felt there was just too much material, especially around the waist.

The model pulls off this look as she’s taller.

On Sunday night she opted for something short and dazzling from the same designer.

I much preferred this silver Aurelio Costarella Spring 2010 embellished mini dress with slash detail and cold shoulder as it suits her style, plus it complements her figure and shows off her toned legs.

The silver theme continued with silver peep-toes and hooped earrings.

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I don’t know about you, but I’m always excited to see how Dannii Minogue styles her hair each week on the X Factor.

This week she opted for loose curls held back with a headband.

The headband complemented the large leather waist belt she wore with her white plunging J’Aton Couture gown.

The central split and the peplum on the waist add to the sexiness of this luscious gown.

David Marshall jewels completed her stunning look.

Saturday was great, but Dannii’s Sunday look was sensational.

Her bubble gum pink J’Aton Couture one-shoulder structured dress had my chin on the floor. I was totally blown away and so was Rihanna.

This just proves that when Dannii wears J’Aton Couture, she knocks it out of the fashion ball park.

I was so in loved and in a trance looking at her in her structured pink dress, that I didn’t notice the tights until she took the stage for the second time when the results were announced.

BDOTW for sure, and Dannii best look yet on the X Factor.

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On Saturday nights X Factor show Dannii Minogue’s Ralph & Russo dress was a total disaster.

I only have 3 words for it TACKY, Tacky and tacky.

It looks like something a WAG like Alex Curran would wear.

Her dress was so dated and screams Euro trash, I was incredibly disappointed with her look.

Joan isn’t looking any better in this picture.

Dannii managed to redeem herself and do a complete 180 on Sunday’s show wearing an elegant Donna Karan Fall 2009 belted merlot jersey gown.

The turtle-neck gown hugged her curves and was more sophisticated than her previous look.

I think that Dannii should just stick to J’Aton Couture, as she was a knock-out when they were dressing her.

Everything else seems to pale in comparison.

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On Saturday nights X Factor, Dannii Minogue surprised us all by not wearing J’Aton Couture.

Instead she wore a strapless gown slashed to her thighs by Australian designer Lisa Ho.

It’s a beautiful look, but Dannii has spoilt us with so much couture this series that this look didn’t have same wow factor as previous week.

I loved Danni’s hair, and the stunning silver statement necklace she paired with her sandy gown.

I loved Dannii’s Lisa Ho Spring 2009 printed kaftan, but it didn’t feel quite right for a Sunday night TV show.

It was perfect for St.Tropez or some other luxury holiday, but alongside Cheryl’s futuristic look Danni looked really out of place.

I also didn’t like her ponytail.

Firstly because it was crimped and secondly because I’ve grown so fond of her with shorter hair.

Burgundy YSL heels completed the look.

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The theme for Saturday’s X Factor was “Movie Week and Dannii Minogue very much looked like a movie star in her Ralph & Russo angelic one-shouldered gown.

I loved the sexy thigh-high split, the sweet-heart neckine and the bejeweled detail on the waist.

Dannii has been very faithful to Australian designers thought-out the X Factor, so you won’t be surprised to know that the design duo Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo are Australia.

After being edged out to the last seat on the judging panel on the X Factor last week, Dannii was back to sitting next to Cheryl.

Hopefully that will be the end of the musical chairs.

On Sunday nights show, Dannii wore a J’Aton Couture bustier dress which was wrapped in a layer of tulle.

It was another interesting choice, but it’s the asymmetrical hair I just couldn’t get on board with.

When Dannii cut her hair before this season’s X Factor it was the best thing she ever did as it made her stand out, but this style feels so lopsided.

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