X Factor Fashion – Halloween shockers

October 31st, 2011


Well, there was no Kelly, owing to a cold of Transatlantic proportions, so we got former X Factor winner Alexandra Burke to keep the seat warm. But the looks on display bordered on fright night proportions, with only one outfit really winning the Fashion-Mommy seal of approval. Here are a rundown of  this weeks looks from the judges table.

Tulisa as Catwoman

Tulisa channelled the spirit of Catwoman and Emma  Peel in her form-fitting Catsuit. She looked great, and her figure is amazing, but this was more a costume than an outfit for the most high-profile role in British telly. The catsuit was by Jitrois and definitely left the male audience panting for more, but unless you are going to a fancy dress party as  Marianne Faithfull circa ‘Girl on a motorcycle’, I’d give this a miss.

Get the look…

black-latex-catsuit

heaven sent matte leggings

Alexandra opts for a Cabaret look…(but don’t mention Cabaret…OK.COM)

If Tulisa had  opted for fancy dress, then Alexandra Burke was opting for a more sophisticated look. She wore a black  and white sequin dress that  had me thinking Las Vegas Showgirl, and I hated that she had teamed it with such clumpy boots. Another fail for me.

Get the look…

Miss Selfridge Honeycomb sequin dress

Topshop Knitted sequin dress

Tulisa’s frocky horror

Sunday saw the Tulisa dress up weekend continue, or at least I think she was dressing up. She wore a full length maxi dress that was dark and dramatic in  shades of grey. It reminded me of the sort of gowns worn by witches in pantomimes, and was a strange look that seemed to stun all the social networking sites.Comparisons to Morticia Adams abounded, with others asking if she was taking the Halloween theme just a tad too seriously…

Get the look…

leather bodice print dress

Velvet Maxi Dress By Boutique £165.00

 

Alexandra in Jonathan Saunders…finally..Hurrah!

Finally,there was a dress that I could really admire. Alexandra wore a knockout Jonathan Saunders green and black shift style dress that I adored! With a gorgeous bird print and eye-catching diamond print, this dress was a dream. It took two episodes and three not so good outfits before we finally hit the jackpot.

shadow print shift dress

Trailing oriental printed shift dress

 

 



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