Christina Aguilera’s Style: NBC Upfronts in New York, May 16, 2011

I’m glad to see Christina Aguilera attending the NBC’s 2011/2012 upfronting event in New York. I’m looking forward to see her in action in The Voice, but she’s recently giving us some lovely outfits. I’ve already written about her love for little black dresses, but now it’s clear she’s got another passion, for polka dots.

This is not the first time she has worn a Dolce & Gabbana polka dot dress, but I think she’s done the right choice: the 50’s style of some outfits by the Italian designing duo is just perfect for Christina.

The number she wore is made of black chiffon with white polka dots: it has a plunging halter neckline, a draped band on the bodice and a flirty full skirt. She paired it to Christian Louboutin Banana red patent peep-toe pumps, a much needed pop of colour.

It’s the second time in a row she has worn a dress previously seen on another celebrity: the same dress was picked by Ali Larter to attend the Good Housekeeping’s Annual Shine On Awards in New York in April 2011. I love how the dress suited Ali, but I think Christina’s styling is better, because the red touch of the patent pumps is gorgeous. Many of you may think it’s a fashion faux pas to wear a dress someone else has already worn at a social event, but I don’t care much for such a thing, as long as she looks so beautiful and happy.

We know Christina has a twisted relation with spray tan, so I hope this time she looked a bit orange just because of the lighting. In any case, her make-up was flawless – trademark red pout, glowy cheeks and longer-than-long false eyelashes. Her hair is gorgeous, as well: yes, there’s a central parting, which I’m usually not a fan of, but the hair seems to have more volume than usual.

What do you think of this outfit? Do you like it or are you tired of polka dot dresses on her?

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