X Factor fashion off!

21 Oct

Ever since Dannii Minogue and Cheryl Cole started work on the X Factor, the show has started to become less about the music and more about the fashion. And 2010  is no different.

Every week viewers tune in to see the latest fashion installment from the two stars, with Dannii donning her demure maxi’s and over the knee skirts, and Chezza keeping her “nation’s sweetheart” title with her edgey hareem pants and tiny designer mini dresses.

All the judges at last weeks X Factor

Cheryl wearing a bow jumpsuit recently

Get Cheryl's look with this bargain Boohoo jumpsuit for just £20

Dashing Dannii M in a floor length Victoria Beckham dress

Similar to Dannii's and on trend in nude, this one shoulder Miss Selfridge dress costs £40

However, not only are the judges getting a heap of column inches this year, but the contestants are also stepping out in the style stakes. Newspapers and magazines across the country are featuring 2010′s boys and girls, and their latest clothing choices. Girl group Belle Amie and solo acts Katie Waissel and Cher Lloyd have been the ones to watch so far.

The four piece girl group with their quirky styling are looking like a new version of The Saturdays, and thankfully for our purse strings, they have been rocking a plethora of high street, and mainly Topshop, pieces.

Belle Amie in quirky cool at one of the live shows

The girl group performing last week

Cher, or mini Cheryl, has a love it or hate it urban street style, which goes with her choice of songs.

Here she is performing on Saturday nights show

Get the look with these printed hareem pants from Boohoo, £20

Katie Waissel showed off her edgy wardrobe during her first audition, when she channelled Madonna with her bleach blonde hair, leather jacket and headscarf.

Katie during her audition

Since then the ITV stylists have toned her down a little bit, but she still keeps a bit of her individuality.

Singing last week

Get Katie's look with this light pink number from TFNC at ASOS, £50

Also on show have been Rebecca and Treyc. Not quite matching the other girls in the style stakes, the pair have still had their fair share of fashion finds.

Here's Rebecca last week in an on trend deep purple dress and matching dress

Steal her style with this sleveless Boohoo bargain, £22

Here's Treyc's dress from the weekend

It's actually from KTZ at Topshop. Here's the skirt version, but it'll set you back £190!

So, next time you tune in to the X Factor, don’t just watch it for Wagner’s brilliant bongo drums, or Simons shiny teeth, take a look at what the wardrobes have to offer and keep checking our Wardrobe for updates on how to steal their style!

Do you like the X Factor? What do you think of this year’s acts?

Steph

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2 Responses to “X Factor fashion off!”

  1. wardrobemag October 22, 2010 at 6:19 am #

    I think Dannii’s beaten Cheryl a couple of times so far, speech in the VB dress, but I do love Chezzas new hair!

    Chloe x

  2. wardrobemag October 24, 2010 at 5:21 pm #

    I love how sophisticated but modern Dannii always manages to look however Cheryl does have her moments.

    As for the contestants, it’s quite obvious that Topshop practically styles them lol. Belle Amie are probably my faves in the style stakes and I actually admire Katie’s unique quirky style! BUT I am one of those people who will probably never warm to Cher Lloyd or her style. The only thing I like about her is the songs she chooses but not keen on her singing/rapping or style. Harsh I know haha

    Sunny x

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