Another weekend done, another week of X Factor finished, so it's time for my style round up of the X Factor live shows - week 2! Did you all watch? Of course you did! Were you shocked by the eliminations, or did you expect it?
In my honest opinion, I wasn't expecting Chloe Jasmine to be in the bottom two, but I did think her 'save me' performance was terrible. She deserved to go after that. I think Stereo Kicks are on their last legs as well I'm afraid. There's just too many of them and it's difficult to watch!
Anyway, onto what we are actually here to talk about; the fashion! If you missed my style round up from week one, click here to take a look.
X Factor best dressed
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There was already a lot of comments floating around about a Cheryl's green dress, when Simon started calling her Kermit, but back off Cowell, I bloody loved it! There has been some serious controversy about this one, and so many people don't like it, but I think it's fab!
The 'kermit' dress, is by top notch high fashion house, Lanvin, originally founded by French fashion designer, Jeanne Lanvin, way back in 1889. Bit of fashion history for you there.
Unfortunately, it's not a cheap one though, so it's probably not going to make it into my wardrobe any time soon.
However, if you do have a spare $5,845, then why not pop over to Lanvin's website and buy Cheryl's green dress now!
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Fleur East literally has the best body. She's got the abs, the bum, the legs, the hair; literally the everything. (Serious body envy!)
She always looks fabulous, and I loved her outfit from the week two live shows.
Fleur is seriously rocking that 80s inspired Chanel chain design bomber jacket, which I cannot find ANYWHERE, and I also LOVE her American Apparel disco shorts, which you can buy for $58 (that's about 25-£30) from the American Apparel website.
I'm looking forward to seeing her outfits every week, I adore her style.
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Lauren Platt is simply stunning. She has a beautiful voice and gorgeous figure to match. She could probably wear a bin bag and still look amazing.
Her simple, white dress from the live shows was so pretty. I like that they are not trying to dress her beyond her years, or 'sexify' her during the shows. They are keeping her stylish and classic, which is a good look for anyone!
Her pretty white skater dress is from AQ/AQ and is part of their AW14 Equilibrium collection. It's the Candice Cream Skater Mini Dress with Bonded Skirt and costs £195.
If you don't fancy the white version, they also stock it in black, blue and orange!
X Factor worst dressed
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I'm sorry, I know I might divide opinion here, but I really didn't like Mel's dress from the Sunday night results show
I don't like the mix of textures from the sheer top with a split right down the middle to the opaque lace and then transparent lace covering the rest of her legs.
It just wasn't to my taste and I'm not sure it did a massive amount for her. Mel has a gorgeous figure and I think this outfit really takes away from it.
Her make up and hair and so sleek and stylish, it's a shame the outfit didn't match.
So, who were your X factor fashion winners and losers from week 2? And who was your favourite performer? I loved Jay James this week, his vocals were perfect and I loved what he did with the Proclaimers song!
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