Bold at the blinds
During the blind auditions, Paloma smashed it in this incredible two piece and proved that she is not afraid of bold bright colours. The key piece here is the Victorian, black and white leopard print ruffle jacket – totally loyal to Paloma’s love of a more nostalgic classic look. But by teaming it with an incredible crock effect patent skirt and a pair of bright green platform sandals she’s dragged the 1900s into the 21st century with an unapologetic, proud splash of colour: and guess what? WE LOVED IT.
Paloma wowed us all including her follow judges with this incredible full length lace detailed dress. In classic Paloma style she’s chosen a dress which, coupled with her signature soft, loose strawberry blonde curls, gives her a classic recognisable silhouette, creating quite an impact!!
Ready for Battle
During the battles Paloma rocked two very different looks. Fresh from the hairdresser’s chair Paloma showcased her new bold fringe by keeping her outfit classic and simple. But look closely and you’ll spot some old favourites, love the geometric retro detail on the sleeves and a cute vintage hairband. (Hands up who’s cutting a fringe this weekend?!)
For round two she bounced into our living rooms in this floral number that once again showcased her hourglass figure. Teamed with a bright red lip/nail color and a half-up beehive – she makes it look so easy.
The Pink Lady
Who was it that said that redheads can’t wear pink? In this year’s knockout stages Paloma showed us how it’s done and teamed the incredible frill collar pink dress with a pair of gold shoes and a black beret for another showstopping look. As a self confessed ‘dresser-upper’ with a keen eye for style, the theatricality that Paloma brings to her outfits on THE VOICE is infectious and has got us wondering:
WHAT WILL SHE WEAR FOR THE FINALS?
Tune in Saturday for The Voice Live Quarter-Finals