The X Factor week three fashion round-up: where to buy their outfits!

Published Monday, Oct 27 2014, 12:20 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
This weekend saw The X Factor contestants take to the stage once again to fight for their chance to win the coveted record deal prize.

And as always, our beady eyes were focused on their fashion and we've got the lowdown on where you can buy each of the girls' fabulous outfits, courtesy of head stylist Gemma Lucy Sheppard.

Only The Young's Mikey Bromley, Charlie George, Parisa Tarhomani and Betsy-Blue English perform on The X Factor - 25 October 2014

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Only The Young's Mikey Bromley, Parisa Tarhomani, Betsy-Blue English and Charlie George.

First up, Only The Young went modern for the 'Night At The Movies' themed show by belting out Charli XCX's 'Boom Clap', taken from new film The Fault In Our Stars. Blonde songstress Betsy-Blue English wore a pair of high-waisted blue tailored trousers by Boohoo, teamed with a sheer mesh top by which read 'Meow' across the front. Cute! Meanwhile, Parisa Tarhomani opted for a cropped shirt by AQ/AQ along with black trousers, £76 by American Apparel.

Lola Saunders performs on The X Factor - 25 October 2014

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Lola Saunders

Lola Saunders was first of the girls to sing, taking to the stage to perform Mariah Carey's 'When You Believe' from The Prince of Egypt. Lola channelled Kim Kardashian in a head-to-toe River Island look, opting for a figure-hugging faux leather skirt, £30, paired with a long-sleeved black top, £28, and strappy heels, £50.

Lauren Platt performs on The X Factor - 25 October 2014

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Lauren Platt

Singing Demi Lovato's 'Let It Go' from hit film Frozen, Lauren Platt looked amazing in her pretty pink textured A-line dress, was £360 now £112 from House of Holland, plus white heeled trainers, were £48 now £35 from Topshop. We couldn't get enough of her beauty look either - who doesn't love a bit of lilac glitter eyeshadow and a braided 'do?!

Fleur East performs on The X Factor - 25 October 2014

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Fleur East

And last but not least, Fleur East seriously packed a punch as she strutted her stuff to saucy tune 'Lady Marmalade' from Moulin Rouge. Fleur opted for a fierce androgynous look in a black Ted Baker suit, customised with gold chains on the shoulders (we love this jacket, £219, and matching trousers, £129, both from Ted Baker). She also added a touch of designer by topping her pins with towering heels by Saint Laurent. Nice!

Whose outfit did you like best? Let us know by commenting below as the best comment across the site each week wins £50!

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