Cheryl Cole’s next music video Under the Sun sees the starlet sizzle in sixties-style clothing and her favourite beehive-style hairdo. The Daily Mail has got hold of some pics and we can’t wait to see the full video.
It’s as if a dress code has gone out in celeb land to wear white dresses all of a sudden, whether it’s on TV shows or the Cannes red carpet. Which is your fav?
I’m never sure how I feel about lads’ mags fashion shoots. To be fair, GQ is one of the classier publications but I still feel slightly uncomfortable about many of the outfits and poses. Here, Cheryl Cole apparently channels that lads’ mag favourite, the sexy secretary mixed with a little rock chick. She does look beautiful (and I actually like the backless red dress with zip detail – shhhh don;t tell anyone!) but hmmm. What do you think?
We LOVE Cheryl Cole’s sense of style but are fascinated by the diminutive popstrel’s massive hair…it seems to have got bigger since Cheryl became the face of L’Oreal and therefore she presumably has endless supplies of hairspray.
We swooned at the massive beehive of last year and now Cheryl’s hair has got larger still for her 2013 calendar. To quote Mean Girls (at every opportunity) ‘that’s why her hair’s so big…it’s full of secrets’. Maybe secrets are the secret to big hair – who knows? Possibly Cheryl. Whatever, here’s a styling soundtrack to inspire your next up-do attempt.
We are super excited about Cheryl’s new single, Call My Name, which has been written and produced by Calvin Harris and love the promo shot, where Cheryl is (obviously) wearing Versus and peeping through an eye-catching PPQ necklace.
Pics: The DM.
We get a little (too) excited about spring adverts and one of our favourites was Naomi Campbell for Pinko. We love the super dramatic black dress and Naomi always looks fantastic. So we were surprised to see Cheryl Cole wearing a similar frock and striking an almost identical pose for her latest batch of L’Oreal adverts. Snap!
We had heard at one point that Cheryl’s shoes would be priced at £39.95 per pair – just like Stylepick’s usual monthly edit of footwear goodies, but the cost of a pair of Cheryl shoes is £79.90 or £119.85 depending on the design. Having said that, they look really good quality and use real leather so the cost is justified!
We love the names of the shoes including Funky Monkey Tarzan and Byker Groove Mucky Puppy and there are tough looking, practical every day boots as well as super high shoes.
However, we are a sucker for glam heels at this time of year and here are our 3 favourites (and some Cheryl editorial shots from Stylistpick).