We tell you how to achieve the diva look in association with Very.co.uk

On Saturday and Sunday nights, we’re glued to our TV screens to see exactly who’s wearing what on The X Factor.

Once we’ve checked out the latest fab frocks on Cheryl Cole and Dannii Minogue, we want to know exactly what the glam female finalists have lined up for us.

Forget the singing, give us the style!

From biker jackets and gold chains to slinky gowns and sparkly knickers, this year The X Factor girls sure know how to rock the fashion stakes.

The look is about pizzazz and sheer glamour, a complete indulgence – whatever the theme.

With Rebecca Ferguson rocking a fiery red Jessica Rabbit-inspired archive Hardy Amies gown for Guilty Pleasures week, and Cher Lloyd looking amazing in a long black goth number for Halloween, one thing’s for certain – The X Factor stylists know just how to mix up couture with hot high street items.

So, getting The X Factor glamour doesn’t have to cost a bomb.

The show’s Fashion Director Grace Woodward and her team get inspiration everywhere and this year the show has even revealed it’s first ever official fashion partner – very.co.uk.

‘Grace Woodward does an amazing job!’ says Now’s Fashion Director Karen Buglass.

‘Each week there’s a new look for each contestant carefully worked out with just the right accessories.’

So whether you’re looking to step out of the ordinary and emulate Cher‘s rock-chick look, Katie Waissel‘s quirky cool or Treyc Cohen‘s skintight sexiness, the online emporium for fashion and style is jam-packed full of stylish finds and helpful advice to help you rock your favourite contestant’s look.

Top tips to show you’ve got X Factor style

1.  Work those accessories.

Live Show Glam is about exactly that – glamorous, stylish excess! From over-sized earringsto feathery fascinators, it’s about taking your assets and making them pop.

Dress up a simple shift dress with a bright hair accessory – try an oversized
bow
, a giant flower or colourful butterfly.

2.  Find your balance in killer heels

Kooky Katie Waissel and sophisticated Rebecca Ferguson have very different styles but they both adore sparkling, towering heels. Command attention in fabulous footwear.

3. We’re tickled by feathers

The feathered look dominated Paris Fashion Week before hitting our X Factor ladies’ wardrobes. Think 1920s showgirl, think Marilyn Monroe and Liza Minnelli.

Whether it’s a feathery clutch or a feather-embellished cloak, feathers are big for Autumn/Winter and give any outfit that stage-ready, high glamour feel.

4. Go for sparkles

We’re talking sequins, jewels, and shiny beads. Dazzle with a sequin-covered maxi, jewel-embellished waistcoat or beaded hair bands

Check out www.very.co.uk/xfactor for insider info on the latest The X Factor looks and a host of exclusive inspiring style videos.

And grab your very own amazing limited edition X Factor T-shirt designed by The X Factor finalists for £15!

Ellie Kirby