Can you believe the 3rd season of The Voice is coming to an end? The next season will start next spring but Christina won’t be among the judges, which makes me sad. We won’t get our weekly dose of Christina’s style, but I hope she’ll decide to go on tour again and to promote Lotus as it deserves. The show has reached one of its final stages: yesterday the top 6 finalists performed live, and Christina enjoyed it, even if all the members of her team have been eliminated.
Oh, my! She looked stunning! Maybe the only downside was her hair (she was clearly wearing a wig which looked a bit too fake for my liking), but the rest was flawless. She wore a custom-made sequined trench, a rayon slip dress and the usual array of sparkling jewellery.
Christina is not famous for wearing vintage clothes, but this time she gave us a bit of 80s glamour: she wore a Ghost vintage slip dress made of rayon. The dress above is not exactly the one worn by Christina but it’s pretty similar. You may not have heard of this brand before, but it was quite famous in the 80s and 90s. Ghost was originally a British brand famous for bias-cut dresses made of pre-shrunk rayon fabric; they revived it in the 90s but the efforts to bring it back to its pristine splendour failed.
And now let’s focus on her accessories. She wore a Jennifer Behr crystal headpiece in a 70s fashion, a style which I personally love and which I’d love to see on Christina. Her jewellery included Loree Rodkin necklace, ring and earrings, and a gorgeous pink sapphire and diamond ring by Atelier Minyon.
Her chandelier earrings are by Loree Rodkin: they are made of 18-karat rhodium white gold and are embellished with 2.95-carat diamonds. They have a peculiar circle structure which beautifully complemented her feminine and bohemian look.
This geometric diamond ring and chain necklace with round pendant (embellished by a diamond pavé and central ruby) are lovely, especially because they amplify the 70s atmosphere of her look. Their extremely simple shapes are paired to heavy and precious embellishments: the result is impressive.
A few words on her make-up, too: her make-up artist, Kristofer Buckle, explained the rhinestone headband and sequined robe made her think of Norma Desmond, the protagonist of Sunset Boulevard, the masterpiece by Billy Wilder starring Gloria Swanson. For this reason, he “shaded her eyes heavily with an antique sepia tones and chocolates like a silent film star”. He used “three pairs of heavy lashes to satisfy our greedy glam habits”. Oh, I think I’ve just died and gone to make-up heaven ♥♥♥
With just a few episodes left, I’m looking forward to seeing what Christina and her glam squad have in store for us. Are you excited to see her upcoming looks? I definitely am.