X Factor Fashion – Get Tulisa’s Style

With auditions for the X Factor well under way, all eyes have been focused on the two new female judges – Tulisa and Kelly Rowlands to see exactly what they have been wearing. Rather like last year with the legendary ‘dress offs’ that Cheryl Cole and Dannii Minogue had every week, Tulisa and Kelly’s outfits have been scrutinised and compared and there can only be one winner. Talk is that although Kelly has the A list glamour and figure to carry on designer clothes, it is our very own Tulisa who is winning the style war with her high street style, as it is affordable to the audiences of the X Factor. With this in mind we have taken a look at some of the outfits she has worn and found out where you can buy them from.


First up in Birmingham Tulisa wore this beautiful DKNY Lip Print Jumpsuit available from Debenhams with orange suede shoes to match, also from Debenhams. Jumpsuits and playsuits are all the rage at the moment so Tulisa is showing off her fashion trend style and up to date fashion sense.


In Glasgow Tulisa donned this gorgeous dress from Olivia Rubin in black, pink and cream with an off the shoulder look and ruched in waist. Available from www.very.co.uk next week and costing £99, it is perfect for the summer evening whether you are out clubbing or partying with friends.


Manchester now and Tulisa has on this amazing PPQ Black Peplum Imitation Dress with pink, yellow and blue trim at the bust and waist, teamed with black Louboutin heels. The dress is from PPQ’s S/S 2011 range and is available from www.ppqclothing.com.


In London Tulisa decided against black and was a vision in white, choosing instead a jumpsuit again from PPQ and killer red  heels by Aldo which perfectly complimented her glamorous wavy dark hair and red lips. Having previously worn short dresses, the one-shoulder all-in-one combination was a lovely different look. I can’t wait for the X Factor to start and the real glam offs to take begin!

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