After many months of silence, Christina Aguilera has finally made her comeback. She’s currently busy with promoting her first motion picture, Burlesque: Tokyo was the first stop of the promotion tour, which has now brought her to Spain.
She attended the movie premiere at the Callao Cinema in Madrid with her co-stars – Cher, Kristen Bell and Cam Gigandet – and the director, Steve Antin. She sported an amazing, flapper-style beaded dress, quite an unconventional choice for her, and she looked lovely!
If I am not mistaken, this is the first time she sported a Marchesa dress. She picked a fully beaded black dress from the Resort 2011 collection: the style is very simple, but the gorgeous all-over beadings and the fringed hem makes it special. The only problem here is that the dress is ill-fitted on her, especially on the right side of the bodice; plus, she should have worn a black – not white nor nude – bodysuit underneath. Well, in any case, I really love this outfit, which she completed with Yves Saint Laurent Tribute patent pumps. In the pic above, you can see that Cher and Christina wore the same shoe style!
She obviously donned her trademark pin-up make-up combo, including red lipstick and red nails. Her hair was styled in a wavy half-updo, even if an updo had been a more refined choice.
When she arrived at the premiere, she wore a black printed faux pony skin belted coat by Karen Millen, accented by silver metal buttons. I like how the military style of the coat contrasts with the feminine vibe of the dress.
Earlier that day, she attended a photocall with her co-stars and Antin.
She sported a very nice outfit, perfectly in tune with her pin-up style: after some experiments gone bad, it looks like she’s back to the style it suits her most, and Dolce & Gabbana dresses help her to channel it.
She’s recently worn many dresses by the Italian duo, so it’s no wonder that she keeps on wearing them. This time she chose a strapless red lace dress with black lining: I love the sweetheart neckline and the draped bodice. She wore it with a short black cardigan, black tights, a black patent belt and her trusty Christian Louboutin Bianca patent platform pumps. She looked lovely, but I don’t get why the dress she wore had been modified: the scalloped hem would have been a lovely touch.
I also like her bomb-shell hairstyle (loose and wavy hair) and make-up. She completed the look with Stephen Webster jewellery: she wore a Vortex skinny cuff, set with white diamonds and a Fly by Night Batmoth Crystal Haze ring, with white diamonds and quartz.
What do you think of these two outfits? Though she looked lovely in both of them, I think her outfits still lack that “wow” factor I’ve been waiting for so long.