Nicole Scherzinger is one of those celebrities who like to dress in bold and unexpected ways. You never know what she’s going to put out for the day. She can rock a sexy and revealing cutout number one morning, and then work up a very conservative look the next. Of course, it’s always fun to find out what she’s going to wear. Sometimes, however, I find her choices a little too risky.
An example is the outfit she put together for her appearance on London’s Capital Radio. The Pussycat Dolls vocalist arrived at the venue in matching separates consisting of an Aztec-print tank worn over a pair of trousers. Not content with all the pattern happening, Nicole finished the combination with catchy purple snake-print pumps.
Nicole Scherzinger arrives at the Capital Radio studios in London wearing a mixed-print ensemble, July 14, 2014
While on the show, Nicole was put on the spot and was asked to help the radio DJs milk a goat named Betty. Of course, the X-Factor judge was pretty cool with the challenge, and gladly obliged.
Nicole Scherzinger tries her hand at milking a goat while guesting on London’s Capital Radio, July 14, 2014
How do you like Nicole’s outfit? Will you wear such a mix of prints, or do you think her ensemble is too busy for your taste?
I’m not sure where Nicole scored her printed separates, but her exotic-skin heels are the Jimmy Choo Anouk in purple snake. I couldn’t find them online, however, below is an emerald version that’s on sale right now on the Jimmy Choo website:
Jimmy Choo Anouk Pumps in Emerald Snake, US$438 (was $875)
If you’re not familiar with the Anouk from Jimmy Choo, these pumps feature 4.75-inch-tall heels and a classic pointed silhouette that is flattering to the legs. I initially thought they were crafted from real snakeskin but it turns out, they’re really just made of embossed or printed leather.
For those who wish to copy Nicole’s mixed-print ensemble but don’t want to spend too much, you can try these purple snake-print cage sandals from Delman instead. Personally, I think these are much more interesting to look at. Wear these heels with matching separates printed with a subtle black-and-white pattern and you’re all set!
Delman Jojo Cage Pumps, $269 (was $448)