My top 36 hits from Cheryl Cole’s wardrobe (via Instyle.co.uk)

By 27 May 2011, Instyle.co.uk had compiled a collection of Cheryl Cole’s top fifty-five fashion-forward wardrobe hits and from that authoritative selection here’s my shorter list. 

My 36 ultimate favourite hits from Cheryl Cole’s wardrobe
Extracted rom Cheryl Cole’s celebrity microsite on Instyle.co.uk

  1. Plunging white Stephane Rolland gown with gold sculptural detailing at the belt:  Cheryl Cole was show-stopping at the Habemus Papam premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.  Making it two years in a row, the X Factor judge had also worn white at last year’s film festival.


  2. Champagne-coloured, curve-hugging dress with flouncy fishtail hem by Roberto Cavallithe X Factor judge turned heads at The Cannes Film Festival. Even with no flesh on show, this is the sexiest dress we’ve ever seen on her – atta girl, Cheryl!


  3. Peach floor-length Sass & Bide dress with thigh-high splits and metallic Nicholas Kirkwood stilettos:  Cheryl Cole was radiant on the red carpet in an outfit and heels that showed off her toned pins perfectly.  Clasping a playful printed Diane Von Furstenberg clutch, the Cheryl Cole Foundation frontwoman posed comfortably for photos with Prince Charles.


  4. Strap-happy Versace shift  dress and scarlet shoes:  Cheryl Cole glammed up the National Television Awards in her strappy dress (that showed off her new tattoo).  Recognise the dress? Mad Men’s January Jones, who fronts the Versace ad campaigns, wore it back in November to a Versace dinner.  We love that Cheryl has styled it very simply with just the addition of a pair of chandelier earrings and a voluminous hairstyle.


  5. Iridescent-red J Mendel fishtail gown:  Cheryl Cole was in the festive spirit on the X Factor final. But more than the fishtail gown, we’re seriously loving her chunky earrings, which were on display thanks to Cheryl’s Sixties up-sweep hairdo.  We heart.


  6. Stunning floor-length gown from Editions by Georges Chakra with killer Brian Atwood platformsIf you can keep your eyes away from Cheryl Cole’s other-worldly up-do, you’ll notice the absolutely stunning gown she’s sporting and we love those platforms too!  Polished with some sparkling jewellery and a crimson pout Cheryl looks as striking as ever!


  7. Jewel-encrusted mini-dress by red carpet master Elie SaabCheryl Cole was glowing at the de Grisogono party in London.  The X Factor judge kept accessories to a minimum and teamed the look with chocolate-coloured peep-toe heels.


  8. Cute leopard print dress and brogue-style Christian Louboutin heels:  Cheryl Cole strode into the X Factor auditions smiling for the cameras looking her usual cheery self. A loosely pinned up-do hairstyle made for a contemporary take on a 60s beehive hairstyle.


  9. Sleeveless leather jacket by PreenWorking the springtime leather look, Cheryl stepped out of the BBC studios in Maida Vale. A Prada bag and Christian Louboutin heels make for one ultra-fashionable daytime look.


  10. Herve Leger one-shouldered ombre -effect bandage dress:  Cheryl turned to Herve Leger once again for her appearance on the Danish version of the X Factor.  Loving the bouffant hairstyle on our CC.


  11. Skinny washed-out denims and slim knit T-shirt:  Landing at LAX Cheryl donned a cool in-flight ensemble.  She kept her A-list aviator sunglasses in place as she navigated the paparazzi.


  12. Strapless Herve Leger bandage dress:  Cheryl Cole worked the nude trend in an unforgiving bandage dress, but pulled the look off with serious style points. Love the gold accessories and new tousled hairdo.


  13. Zahair Murad dress with de Grisogono jewellery :  What a dress! Cheryl chose a gob-smacker for the penultimate X Factor 2009 show on Saturday night.  Not that it needed any extra glitz, but Cheryl chose glitzy jewellery and her new short cropped do to complete the look.


  14. Nude draped dress by Chapurin:   Not that Cheryl’s dress wasn’t amazing, but it was her never-seen-before short hairdo that caught our attention. Cheryl did away with her hair extensions and let her natural wavy hair shine.


  15. Ruffled shoulder black dress by Stéphane Rolland:  Cheryl went for full-on glam with a  black dress for The X Factor results show.


  16. Backless hot pink mini-dress by Jean Pierre with Nicholas Kirkwood shoes and jewellery by de Grisogono:   Cheryl certainly knew how to pull off a strong-coloured dress.  The glam outfit consisted of a backless dress with heels  and jewellery by de Grisogono.


  17. Coral-coloured spring/summer 2010 outfit by Giles:  Cheryl went for a daring number for the Saturday X-Factor show. Her coral dress was accessorised with black and gold ankle boots and a cute bow headband.


  18. Marios Schwab autumn/winter 2009 dress:  Cheryl stood out on The X Factor stage wearing an a/w 2009 dress  with brushed back curls and tan heels.


  19. Julien Macdonald trousers and a crystallised body-suit accessorised with Stephen Webster jewellery and specially made Rupert Sanderson shoes:  For the results show, Cheryl shimmered in an outfit of trousers and a body-suit.


  20. Dress from autumn/winter 2009 collection by “Vauxhall Fashion Scout Merit Award” winner David Koma:  On Saturday night Cheryl Cole showed her support for new fashion talent by wearing a dress designed by a winner of a fashion scout award.


  21. Short, two-piece Julien Macdonald spring/summer 2010 dress with custom-made Rupert Sanderson heels:  Cheryl entered The X Factor stage wearing a two-piece dress with shoes made from leather which she chose for herself.


  22. Glittering Jenny Packham hairpiece teamed with a full-length white gown by Atelier Versace and nude Casadei heels:   Cheryl channelled a Grecian goddess for the live big band X Factor show, her gorgeous hairstyle topped off an outfit of absolute perfection.


  23. Military-inspired outfit complete with a statement-shouldered jacket, hat, sheer body and thigh-high split trousers were created by Julien Macdonald’s atelier with the boots by Alexander Wang:  Cheryl performed her first solo single “Fight For This Love” in front of The X Factor audience.


  24. Ultra-mini Julien Macdonald sequin dress with a pair of Fendi heels:  Cheryl went for an for the Sunday X Factor results show. Cheryl wore her hair casually tied back and kept her accessories to a minimum.


  25. Red-hot and racy leather number:  Cheryl Cole wows in this outfit. The Girls Aloud singer donned this super-sexy outfit in the video for her debut single Fight For This Love.


  26. Monochrome outfit of black trompe l’oeil T-shirt, skinny black leather trousers and Rupert Sanderson’s Delta platform courts:  Cheryl Cole was seen leaving after a hard day’s judging on the X Factor in a monochrome outfit.   She completed the look with a chunky Mawi cuff.


  27. Orange and green checked 3.1 Philip Lim dress  Cheryl Cole kicked off this year’s X Factor auditions determined to reign as style queen and she certainly does in this gorgeous checked dress, which looked great against her tanned skin and dark hair.


  28. Teeny, chic, purple Tibi bow-fronted skirt:   Cheryl donned a  chic skirt complete with purple heels and matching lippy to the Manchester X Factor auditions.  Cheryl kept her hair sleek, straight and oh-so-sexy for her visit up north.


  29. High-waisted trousers with a statement belt, patterned top and killer heels:  Cheryl Cole looked gorgeous as she left St David’s Hotel on the way to X Factor auditions; she teamed her outfit with ever-so-glam hair (even in the wind).


  30. Nautical-inspired top, dark jeans and bright-red shoes:  Is there any look Cheryl can’t do?  The British style icon rocked a casual outfit and a neat up-do for a trip out in Leeds.


  31. Amazing on-trend sequin blazer and tight, black trousers:   Cheryl Cole rocked in this as she left Nobu Berkely with hubby Ashley Cole. She swapped her loose locks for a casual up-do and still looks fab.


  32. Silver and black PPQ dress:  As soon as this picture of Cheryl out and about hit our desks at InStyle.co.uk, we all instantly wanted to get our hands on it.  The singer wore this to the Music Industry Trusts’ Awards in November, which she attended with her fellow Girls Aloud-ers (who, for the record, all looked equally chic).  We heart the cute peplum on the hips of the dress, and Cheryl chose to add a bright red belt which emphasised her tiny waist and added a splash of colour.  Loving the Kurt Gieger Espula heels, too.


  33. Specially-designed gold sparkly mini-dress:  Cheryl Cole donned an amazing mini-dress for the Girls Aloud concert at Newmarket for the summer leg of their Tangled Up tour.


  34. White lace dress by Alexander McQueen:  After a treacherous time climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Cheryl Cole and the rest of the Red Nose Climb team headed to 10 Downing Street to meet Gordon Brown.  Flying the British fashion flag, Cheryl chose to wear a British designer dress. We’re loving CC in white; and teamed with coral coloured Kenneth Jay Lane bauble earrings and Rupert Sanderson heels, she’s perfectly attired for tea with the Prime Minister.


  35. Zebra-print had to be one of the most-wanted and sexiest trends this summer so of course Cheryl rocked this look way back last year at Kitts Club in London. With a half-up hairdo and this sexy frock the singer kept heads turning all night.


  36. Floor-length bias-cut red creation by Jean Paul Gaultier:  Cheryl Cole made her debut on the catwalk at Naomi Campbell’s Fashion For Relief charity show during London Fashion Week, proudly strutting her stuff.  Cheryl radiated an other-worldly beauty with her trademark glossy mane and beaming smile as she showed off a new wedding ring from husband Ashley Cole.
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