The long-awaited filming of Burlesque , Christina Aguilera’s first movie, have finally started, so her public outings are rarer than before. She was recently spotted out in Los Angeles with her husband: they went to Osteria Mozza, one of her favourite Italian restaurants. What hits us is her brand new haircut. I must admit I have loved it since the first time I saw these pics: Christina looks so much younger and fresher with this bob and parted bangs. I’m a fan of long hair, but this haircut really suits her. Of course she didn’t get rid of her trademark platinum blonde, but made it even blonder.
She wore a very simple, yet cute, outfit: she paired black leggings with a black t-shirt and a black leather motorcycle jacket.
Her Christian Louboutin Calypso pumps are to die for, and so is her clutch, one of the many Balenciaga bags she owns.
This is a Cherche Midi clutch in black pleated leather and suede. Balenciaga bags are the best, in my opinion, but this style doesn’t convince me much, maybe because the beautiful pleating is not emphasized by the black leather. Christina looks a bit pissed off in this pic, cute! Her make-up is focused on red lips as usual, while her eyes are barely made-up.
Christina is a huge Louboutin fan, but she was not the first to sport Calypso pumps.
The forerunner was Blake Lively, who wore the same version (black with glittering blue cap toe) in October 2009 with a gorgeous Victoria Beckham dress.
Michelle Williams and Charlize Theron wore the same style but with a different colour combination – red and black with glittering green cap toe.
What do you think of Christina’s new hairstyle? And are you looking forward to watching her debut on the big screen?
 The movie is directed by Steve Antin and is due to be released in 2010. The cast includes Kristen Bell (who plays Aguilera’s enemy), Cher, Stanley Tucci, Cam Gigandet, Eric Dane, Julianne Hough and Alan Cumming. The movie is set in a neo-burlesque club, run by Cher, so rumors say Christina has turned to Dita Von Teese, the queen of burlesque, for advice.