Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Eliza Doolittle In Julien Macdonald - Attitude Magazine Awards

Eliza Doolittle attended the Attitude Magazine Awards held at the Royal Courts of Justice in London yesterday evening.

Like Myleene Klass, Eliza also opted for a sexy look. The difference is Myleene was just being sexy whereas Eliza was forcing the issue and trying way too hard.

Wearing a Julien MacDonald dress featuring a belly-grazing plunge and a central slit up to the inner thigh, one doesn’t need to pose in such a provocative way as the dress is already making the statement.

Had she reined in the pose, I could’ve applauded this risqué look.

Kurt Geiger London ‘Anja’ pumps and a butterfly accent clutch provided the finishing touches.

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Eliza Doolittle In Ermanno Scervino - BFI Gala Dinner

Eliza Doolittle attended a gala dinner hosted by the BFI ahead of the 57th London Film Festival held at 8 Northumberland Avenue in London yesterday evening.

For a girl who is known for her love of hot pants, this lingerie-inspired Ermanno Scervino Pre-Fall 2013 grey satin dress with a lace bodice shows a more grown-up side to her red carpet style.

With her curly brunette locks tumbling down over her shoulders, she completed her look with a rich-red lip colour, a small gold necklace and nude pumps – open-toe heels would’ve worked better here for me.

Sultry siren, or save it for the boudoir?

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I was pleasantly surprised to see a very glamorous Eliza Doolittle take to the red carpet for the Grey Goose Winter Ball, held at the Battersea Power station in London on Saturday evening.

Known for her love of high-top sneakers, crop tops and shorts, she stunned wearing a Julien MacDonald Fall 2012 gown.

Her knit beaded dress with fringe details was lightly bedazzled with silver sequin details.

Opting for a fresh-face look with hardly any makeup, the singer added gold hoop earrings, a gold chunky bracelet, a gold cocktail ring and a silver Jimmy Choo sparkling ‘Tube’ clutch.

Mixing metals aside, this has to be one of my favourite red carpet looks from Eliza.

A top knot completed her look.

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Eliza Doolittle was invited to celebrate Le Caprice’s 30th anniversary at a dinner in London earlier this week.

The British singer wore a Christopher Kane Resort 2012 dress.

Her orange sorbet dress is absolutely adorable. I love the pleated skirt with a rise-and-fall hemline.

A pink denim Mulberry shoulder bag was the perfect quirky touch I would expect from her as she’s not afraid of colour and loves mixing things up on the red carpet.

Denim and white wedges and beautiful curly locks completed her look.

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Eliza Doolittle is known for wearing short shorts, cute mini skirts and crop tops, so it was pleasantly surprised to see her sport a different look at the “Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2″ World Premiere After Party in London tonight.

The British singer-songwriter wore a Christopher Kane Spring 2011 dress without the matching runway cardi.

I love this neon pink lace delicate dress for the colourful floral embroidery and the peekaboo double splits on the skirt.

Usually I’m not a fan of wooden platforms because they kill my feet, but I could easily fall for Eliza’s Christian Louboutin’s.

An added pop of colour came via her red box clutch.

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Eliza Doolittle attended The Royal Academy of Arts’ Summer Exhibition Preview Party in London yesterday.

The singer who’s known for not wearing much on any occasion, wore a metallic plum House of Holland Spring 2011 pleated skirt with a denim bra top.

I loved her accessories which included green glitter Nicholas Kirkwood peep-toes and a denim wash Mulberry bag.

She may seem under-dressed for the occasion, but she stayed true to her style.

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