Fash Factor: Rebecca Ferguson

When watching the X Factor, I confess, the clothes are the thing that I pay more attention to than the actually singing. And it seems that I’m not the only one (see Coco’s Tea Party’s post today) – you only have to check out the tweets each Saturday night and you’ll realise that everyone is obsessed with the Fash Factor.
Earlier this week, I noticed a link on Twitter to photos of the X Factor contestants “off-duty”, I couldn’t help myself but click it. I am all about the off-duty “look” and as I flicked through the photos I couldn’t help but keep coming back to the photos of Rebecca Ferguson. Her day looks are casual and classy, she doesn’t shy away from embracing her femininity with an extensive collection of dresses and skirts:

Her red carpet style is pure A list: elegant and glamorous. Rebecca knows exactly what suits her and how to make the most of what she’s got:

As she proved it again on the red carpet for the Harry Potter premiere in London earlier this week:

And finally, here is my favourite fashion look from Miss Ferguson, looking like something straight out of the 1940s:

What do you think of Rebecca’s style?

Come back next week for more X Factor fashion.

Photos: source

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4 Responses to Fash Factor: Rebecca Ferguson

  1. Hannah says:

    She does have a beautiful sense of style- so elegant! Rebecca's voice is incredible too.Love your blog x

  2. Harriet says:

    Rebecca looks great! I am really loving Dannii's style this season.

  3. Hazel says:

    Rebecca has a great sense of style! I love it, so ladylike and demure. Let's hope the X Factor stylists continue to work with her look….

  4. Shopgirl says:

    @ Hannah – thank you 🙂 And yes, love Rebecca's voice too!@ Harriet – yep, Dannii's definitely upped her game in the style stakes.@ Hazel – yeah, the x Factor stylists can get it a bit wrong sometimes but they seem to be doing ok with Rebecca… so far!

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