X Factor Style War!!
Who wore it best? Nicole or Tulisa?
On Sunday night, James Arthur was crowned the XFactor 2012 winner beating the super amazing ballad singer, Jahmene Douglas. Aside James, there's one very important crown to be worn, the XFactor Judges style.
Every year there's a style war between the two female judges. I wonder why we don't bother about the Lad's wardrobe. In 2010 the war was between Cheryl and Danni and Tulisa and Kelly Rowland in 2011.
On the XFactor's judging panel this year was American singer and former Pussycat doll, Nicole Scherzinger and our very own Tulisa Contostavlos. While Nicole kept the old school glamour, Tulisa had the young, fresh and funky look .
To help you all decide the winner, I've selected seven of some of the outfits worn by both judges during the live shows.
Who is your XFactor style winner? Nicole or Tulisa?
Nicole looked red hot in this Red lace Alexander McQueen dress while Tulisa kept it simple but stylish in this green and black fitted number with a corsetted top and high-waisted Skirt.
Nicole looked fabulous in this gorgeous dress while Tulisa opted for this body con floor lenght creation.
Tulisa looked sophisticated in this Grecian style white number which demurely stopped above her knee. On the other hand, Nicole opted for this stunning metallic body con mini dress, showing off her incredibly toned legs.
While Tulisa went for a Prom-Style black dress which she accessorized with a gold belt, Nicole looked quirky in this black plastic minidress by Alpana and Neeraj.
Tulisa wore a huge girly and playful navy puffball gown by Carlotta. Meanwhile Nicole chose to flaunt her curves in an aysmetrical sheer and leather dress.
Nicole made this floor lenght topshop gown look a million dollars. Meanwhile Tulisa went high-end in a sophisticated knee-lenght black dress by Victoria Beckham.
Tulisa glowed in a floor lenght silver sweetheart-neck gown but Nicole went for a jaw dropping black exagerated fish tail design with gold plating at the neck. The dress was specially designed for the night by celebrity designer, Stephane Rolland.
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