Pixie Lott shows off chic autumn wardrobe during night out in London

Published Wednesday, Nov 12 2014, 14:38 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Strictly Come Dancing star Pixie Lott took a break from the ballroom to attend a star-studded party in London last night (11 November).

'Nasty' singer Pixie joined the likes of Lily Allen and Sarah-Jane Crawford while celebrating famous restaurant SUSHISAMBA's second birthday, and showcased a super-cute autumnal ensemble for the evening.

Pixie Lott attends SUSHISAMBA's second birthday party - London, England - 11 November 2014

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Pixie - who is regularly top of the leader board on this year's SCD - kept cosy during the chilly weather in a toasty black polo neck knit, adding interest with her tri-colour chevron skirt which boasted a retro 1960s vibe.

While Pixie always dons the daintiest heels on the BBC One dancing show, this time she gave her feet a well-deserved break with a pair of flat patent loafers.

But the star of her outfit had to be her adorable envelope clutch, which is from Jeremy Scott's Barbie-inspired collection for Moschino. We LOVE!

Unfortunately her designer bag is on the pricey side, retailing at an eye-watering £320, but if you did want to check out it's available to buy from Net-A-Porter.

And while most are digging out their berry red and vampy purple nail polishes this season, Pixie brightened things up with a pretty pale green manicure (get the look with Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Jaded, £6.99), which she accessorised with a couple of dainty silver rings.

To finish? Mascara-clad lashes, pink cheeks and a touch of rosy lipstick, plus a mega-bouncy blow-dry boasting heaps of volume and body. Gorgeous!

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Watch Pixie's video for 'Nasty' below: