Cheryl Cole shows her dark side as she experiments with a different style, leaving the dimples and mini skirts behind and becoming a comic book super-vamp pin-up in February’s Q magazine. Cheryl’s barely recognisable in some of the images, with dramatic outfits, styling, make-up and hair designed to show a different side to the Girls Aloud pop princess, as Q‘s Editor-in-Chief, Paul Rees says, they wanted to show the ”steel beneath the glamour”.
The Sin City inspired shoot pulls on the comic book and film noir style of the film to create this sexy, strong and powerful new look for the X factor judge as she promotes herself as a solo artist. I love the ‘don’t mess with me’ look on Cheryl, and nothing says don’t mess like chains, studs, spikes, leather, metal and killer heels! The wet-look ripped leggings that Cheryl wears are LNA ripped leggings in Noir (Cheryl’s a huge LNA leggings fan, and was wearing them through out her debut solo video ‘Fight for this Love’) and really gives the look some attitude!
If you want to embrace the Sin City ‘good girl gone bad’ look like Cheryl, then get yourself a pair of LNA leggings (we can not guarantee rain, Cheryl’s figure, sex appeal, etc…) at Doll Boutique and then go kick some arse!