So the title is kinda giving you a clue. Here we are going to look at the most stylish individual singers who can sing and dress to the top of the charts! And incase you haven’t guessed Eliza Doolittle is top of the list…
So let’s start with her and the album:
With her real name being Eliza Caird, Doolittle is just her stage name which was chosen from the musical my fair lady. Born in 1988 the singer/songwriter has a musical background as her mum once represented the UK in the Eurovision song contest. She was signed in 2008 and later released the self-titled album Eliza Doolittle which was released in 2009. But what I love about her is that she does just sing ‘oh yeah put your hands up’ or ‘oh yeah yeah yeah’ she actually sings and writes(!) about songs that are important to her and everyday people.
Quirky, casual, loveable she has the clothes we die for! Eliza was also made ambassador for Nike in 2010. As well as that she was signed to London-based Select Models (that helped launch Sienna Miller) but she announced that she only did it to raise her profile not because she thought she looked like a model.
Eliza watching Vivienne Westwood at London Fashion Week (Lucky!)
Her individual clothes we would DIE for -for less!
DAVID & GOLIATH
(So London fashion week!)
£80 (save up!!!)
That’s PART ONE done but get ready for more stylish celebs coming up! Thanksx!
Another British babe —Rita Ora! First starting with her musical career: She first appears on the TV entering the Eurovision Song Contest in 2009 for Britain. Later that year she was signed. She is a singer, songwriter ,actress and has released two singles from her album ‘Ora’: R.I.P and How we do (party) -R.I.P was her first UK number 1 single-. Rita has also appeared on the x-factor last Sat as a guest judge! (whoohoo!)
Statement red lips!
How to recreate her beautiful designer wardrobe with more affordable clothes:
ok that’s PART 2!
So you’ve probably heard of manga or anime, the Japanese style of drawing or fashion. But we’re not goanna be focusing on the art side of things but instead the dress!
Manga Fashion is huge in Japan and people often dress to suit their favourite character in a certain anime series.
Below are some popular manga anime comics and some characters that people might base their style on:
Ok so their are many more but you know… But what’s the message here, huh? Well the whole thing about ‘being British’ is all about being individual and not following the crowd; now i’m not saying you have to go all Paradise Kiss but just injecting a little bit of you’re own uniqueness in your everyday style!
Below are some more pics of how people have used manga in their daily style…
Soz about the blurs but check out the socks!-awesome!!
However, manga isn’t just a fashion but as I said before it’s a form of art. Now I know Anime is ment to be extremely difficult and…yeah… really difficult! But I thought I’d have a go anyway:
yeah sorry there not great but you know, ok you don’t… Whatever so I hoped you realised that well… Be bright bold and individual!
Love a bit of it…
Ok random but i’ve been meaning to do a vintage theme for a while and it won’t perfect cause the computers’ kinda crashing and stuff so I thought this app called Retro Camera Plus and I kinda got it because I felt random-o and well… It’s free! So I took some pictures of really un-vintage things and gave them a vintage setting:
Yeah so what was the message of this? Well, I’m kinda saying that if you wanna have a go a some vintage photography you won’t have to travel back in time or if you’re going for a vintage look then you don’t have to dig out your gran’s old dress! You can create something perfectly vintage just with your own unique twist. After all why would you want to wear something that’s already been seen and done!
ok sorry this was so random but I thought I’d just let ya know! Thanksx!!!