As well as her belting voice and outspoken views, we love that Jessie J is never afraid to take fashion risks. From the cobweb-like knitted purple dress she wore to the Brit Award nominations to her fundraising head shave for Comic Relief, the 24-year-old singer never shies away from new or different styles. With The Voice having recently returned to our screens for a second series, the nation is enjoying the first-rate singing, but many of us can’t wait to see what outfits Jessie has in store. Until then, here are our picks of her best looks from series one.
Pretty in purple
Worn throughout the blind audition stages, Jessie paired form-fitting black disco pants with an oversized Vivienne Westwood shirt. The Voice’s only female judge made sure that her boldly patterned outfit still looked chic by sticking to two main colours: purple and black. Even her luscious hair extensions had lilac dip-dyed tips.
Training hard in dungarees
Denim dungarees (still a big trend for Spring/Summer 2013) along with a blue and gold t-shirt were a key part of Jessie’s uniform during the mentoring sessions before the Battle shows. Styled up with chic make-up and a sleek, slicked back ponytail, these were dungarees with a grown-up attitude.
Cool, confident and quirky, prints and patterns popped up in many of Jessie’s ensembles. Two of our favourites were the daring black and white Aztec print catsuit she sported for the very first show, and the animal print playsuit she wore for the Battle show performances.
Sparkling for the live shows
For the first live show, the look was a bit softer and girlier. With her hair in a curly side-part, Jessie wore a cropped Blondie t-shirt with a bejewelled jacquard skirt. Adding a bit of an edge to her outfit (and five inches to her height) were a pair of White Jeffrey Campbell Lita boots, which were all over fashion blogs this time last year.
Gothic finale elegance
Going darker and sleeker for the last show, Jessie looked sexy and sophisticated in a black faux-leather dress with sheer skirt. For their finale duet, Jessie co-ordinated perfectly with protégé Vince Kidd, who was also suited and booted in leather.
Though Vince may have finished fourth overall, Jessie J was definitely our style winner for The Voice’s first series!