Style Snaps: Alesha Dixon

Green Goddess
Kaleidoscope
Maxi Momma
Ballerina Girl
Glamorous Girl
Sexy Sister
Sparkling Fringe
Not So Mellow Yellow
Golden Girl
Black and White
Green Goddess Kaleidoscope Maxi Momma Ballerina Girl Glamorous Girl Sexy Sister Sparkling Fringe Not So Mellow Yellow Golden Girl Black and White
By Maria Denardo January 19, 2009
A green halter dress is expertly draped in all the right places at The South Bank Awards 2008 in London.
The singer makes a psychedelic statement at the Choice FM 18th anniversary party at the Park Lane Hotel.
A billowing evening gown paired with chandelier earrings, like the one Dixon is wearing, looks girly and soft on the red carpet at the British Academy Television Awards 2008.
Nothing says Nickelodeon quite like a pink and black ballerina inspired outfit. So appropriate.
The talented artist is sparkling in a metallic taupe gown at the MOBO Awards in London.
Taking the liquid leggings to another level, Dixon models her look after Grease for the Music Industry Trusts’ Awards 2008.
Showing her support for all things feminine, the songstress dons sequins, bows, and metallic heels for the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards.
Gold platforms in Cannes? Most definitely. Here the singer highlights her fierce legs with a light yellow mini and dazzling heels.
All that glitters is gold at Clothes Show Live 2008. (Plus the fuchsia lipstick is amazing.)
A ruffled white babydoll dress is right on trend with black tights, platforms, and statement making earrings.
Before Leona Lewis took Britian by storm, there was UK singer/songwriter Alesha Dixon. Former member of Mis-Teeq, her tell-it-like-it-is tunes are just as hot as her fashion sense. Inspired by her fun feminine look? If so, stock your wardrobe full of her fave designers Kookai and Jane Norman along with plenty of feminine yet sexy frocks that emphasize your svelte legs. And while you’re shopping, listen for her soon-to-be released single “Lets Get Excited” to get you revved up and ready in the new year.
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