Tulisa Contostavlos was spotted outside the ITV Studios on Wednesday following her appearance on ‘This Morning’ in London.
She was on the show to promote her upcoming autobiography ‘Honest’.
The singer and ‘X Factor’ UK judge wore a Ted Baker ‘Kipp’ dress with cap sleeves and a pleated skirt.
Her sweet electric-blue dress was teamed with vampy Aldo ‘Hyatt’ animal-print peep-toes.
I don’t know about you, but I still can’t get used to her blonde hair.
You can buy Tulisa’s Ted Baker dress from TedBaker.com.
Tulisa Contostavlos and Nicole Scherzinger attended the X Factor UK press conference at the Corinthia Hotel in London yesterday afternoon which saw Nicole unveiled as the new judge.
I honestly thought the only people who still wore bandage dresses were Britney Spears and Tamara Ecclestone.
Tulisa’s yellow, white and grey Celeb Boutique dress, which looks like a Herve Leger dress, has put me in a time warp when ‘The Hills’ was the most popular show on TV and when Victoria Beckham had the blonde pixie cut.
This look is so dated.
Nicole, who usually takes the crown for opting for dated looks, looked quite sophisticated wearing a Rafael Cennamo Fall 2012 dress.
Her white cap-sleeve dress with a plunging neckline was styled with platform ankle-strap peep-toes and a silver cuff.
I think it is safe to say that once again I will not be keeping up with the X Factor fashion this season.
Tulisa Contostavlos attended a party to celebrate FHM’s annual poll of the ’100 Sexiest Women in the World’ at Proud Bank in London, England last night.
The X Factor UK judge wore a Versace Spring 2012 dress.
This sexy Versace scuba-jersey dress with gold studded embellishments, leather trims and plissé-jersey panels didn’t need that cheap looking oversized gold envelope clutch.
I would’ve spent my time complaining about how her hairstyle is too cutesy for this sexy dress, but the clutch is so distracting.
You may remember that Elizabeth Banks worked the hell out of this look back in January. Now there’s a woman who knows how to wear a Versace dress.
You can buy Tulisa’s Versace dress from Net-A-Porter.com.
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The Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards took place in London last night.
My first thought was: ‘why aren’t any of the stars wearing fresh-off-the-runway looks?’ On reflection, I think they answer my question very swiftly.
We’ve seen Abbey Clancey. Here is a look at the rest.
Alexandra Burke: At the hairdresser’s yesterday, I was forced to watch an X Factor episode because apparently there was nothing else on. I found myself very quickly annoyed by Alexandra Burke’s new transatlantic accent, which confirmed to me that skipping this show was a wise move. The singer wore a white embellished Ritva Westenius gown with Aldo shoes.
Myleene Klass: The newlywed wore a Manoosh floral colour-block dress with black suede Louboutin pumps. I would’ve loved to see this dress on someone with a little more spunk, like Pixie Lott.
Holly Valance: The Australian actress wore a faux Elie Saab gown to this event. Her Scala black one-shoulder gown with gold embellishments is a blatant copy of the Elie Saab’s Spring 2010 finale gown.
Tulisa Contostavlos was the first of three celebrities to wear this Alexander McQueen jacquard butterfly cap-sleeve dress within the space of a week.
The new X Factor UK judge wore the dress last week to the London auditions with a pair of navy YSL Tribute sandals.
Khloe Kardashian and Serena Williams both wore the same dress on Tuesday night.
Khloe paired her dress with a mirrored clutch and black Louboutin peep-toes to the HPNOTIQ Harmonie launch party in New York City.
On the West Coast a few hours later Serena opted for nude pumps and silver clutch with her McQueen mini to host the Hennessy’s Official ESPY Kick-Off Party.
I can’t say I love any of them in this McQueen dress, but Tulisa wins for me.
Khloe has an amazing shoe closet so she should’ve done better in that department.
I’m not a fan of Serena’s clutch so Tulisa wins by default.
You can buy this Alexander McQueen dress from
AlexanderMcQueen.com and Selfridges.com.
Kelly Rowland and Tulisa Contostavlos were at the Echo Arena for the Liverpool X Factor auditions today.
Both opted mid-season looks by British designers.
Kelly wore Stella McCartney Resort 2011 floral print shorts which she teamed with a blue top, a navy Vivienne Westwood blazer and Giuseppe Zanotti tan boots.
The tribal necklace was one thing too much for this look which already has so much going on. I think the earrings and the cuff provide enough bling.
Tulisa went in the opposite direction opting for a less busy look without any jewelry.
Her red Alexander McQueen sleeveless dress is from the Pre-Fall 2011 collection.
The cute pleated dress was paired with black Nicholas Kirkwood mesh sandals.
A fishtail plait completed her look.
Tulisa has yet to master owning a look. She doesn’t appear to have any belief in anything she wears.
It’s a beautiful dress, yet she’s not selling it to me.
It’s gonna be a long winter without the X Factor this year.
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