Tulisa Contostavlos turned heads as she stepped out for a night with friends at Gilgamesh Nightclub over the weekend. The singer showed off her taut tummy in an all-black attire that was detailed with flashes of gold. Her undershirt, which was cropped and knotted at the waist, was crafted in a scarf-like fabric that was printed with gold accents. The brunette bombshell’s pumps were also just as fancy. They came fashioned with skull accents on the vamps and lined with gold studs on the platforms. Tulisa finished the ensemble with a black woven clutch that looked very much like a Bottega Veneta. She also kept her makeup flawless, sticking to well-defined eyes teamed with nude lip color.
Tulisa Contostavlos steps out for a night of fun in London while decked in a monochromatic getup, October 5, 2014
Do you approve of Tulisa’ night-out style?
I think she looks great. I love that she teamed the combination with a leather jacket and skull-detailed shoes. Both extras added just the right dose of edge to her otherwise ordinary ensemble. Also, gold mixed with black always looks glam and luxurious, and Tulisa’s outfit is no exception.
For the shoe holics, I’m sure you already know where Tulisa scored her fancy footwear. Yes, Alexander McQueen. They’re called the “Skull” peep toe pumps — a fitting name considering how they look like. The pumps basically feature McQueen’s signature skull emblem at the vamps, while the platforms are embellished with tiny gold studs.
Below is a closer look. These shoes also feature sturdy heels that are about 14cm tall (about 5.5 inches), and platforms that are about 3cm (about an inch) thick. If you like what you see, you can score a pair in your size online via FarFetch.
Also, another style done in black patent and detailed with black appliques on the platforms can be had if you want the option. Much like Tulisa’s McQueen pumps, this particular version also features sky high heels (about 5 inches). But unlike the former, these shoes come with leather ornaments at the top lift, instead of the gold studs. A pair retails at $1155.
Personally, I prefer the studded pair done in suede. It looks more expensive. Would you agree?