Cheryl shines during X Factor results show

The return of the X Factor live shows doesn't just mean the nation's favourite singing competition is back, it also means the judges are once again attempting to out-dress each other. One of our favourite looks was sported by Cheryl Fernandez-Versini on Sunday night's (November 15th) result show.

The former Girls Aloud singer stepped onto the famed stage in a stunning floor-length dress that showcased plenty of sparkle. Cheryl's halter-neck gown was pale gold in colour, which made her lightly tanned skin really glow and proved that it is one of the top must-wear shades of the season.

Rather than just being covered in glitter, the dress featured a geometric pattern throughout. This meant that the style contained plenty of texture, helping to make a great statement that Rita Ora's slightly odd style choice couldn't stand up to.

This is one of our top choices for party style right now and Cheryl proved why this look needs to be in your wardrobe.

As well as the dress, the Crazy Stupid Love singer's hair, makeup and jewellery were all on point. 

She swept her hair back in a half-up style that showed off her long, shiny tresses but kept them out of her face. To mimic the glowing look of her gown, Cheryl's makeup left her with a dewy look that brightened her skin creating a healthy glow. She opted for a nude lip with a subtle smoky eye that was perfect for teaming with her dress.

The half-up hairstyle also meant her beautiful diamond hoop earrings were shown off. These made a statement without being too over-the-top and drew the eye to her interesting neckline. You can get a similar look this season with a pair of Marropino Morganite Hoop Earrings, which are sure to make you sparkle this festive season.

She also wore a chunky bangle and statement ring that featured similar soft gold colours as her dress, creating a stunning cohesive look.

If you want to get Cheryl's look for less, have a look at our latest jewellery to find the perfect piece for your budget.

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