Fashion Spotlight- AJ Odudu

AJ Odudu first turned our fashion heads whilst presenting for Big Brother’s Bit On The Side, and since then the presenter and blogger has continually upped the style stakes, so much so, we just had to show you our fav looks.

 

There’s no denying AJ’s love for a good two-piece, and we love the relaxed and boxy fit of her two red carpet co-ords.

The first two piece is from AQ/AQ –from her fun high ponytail, to the metallic detailing on her outfit and shoes, this look just screams style. The graphic print has the potential to drown her figure but the cropped top highlights her long legs. She keeps the jewellery simple with a matching silver necklace and rings, to make the look feel more youthful and relaxed.

AJ co-ord 1

 

The second two-piece is from Spotted On Celeb, but let’s first focus on those gorgeous Kandee white studded heels! They add much needed fun to a conservative look. The mixed material – the sexy sheerness on the lower part of the blouse and the sheer paneling down the side of the trousers are a unique way to bare a bit of flesh.

AJ co-ord 2

 

 

We do love a leather skirt – it’s timeless, from mini to a pencil fit, there’s no boundaries. Aj Odudu put a casual spin on the skirt, her’s is from Topshop – we love the casual vibe of the mini skirt as well as the slight high waisted fit. Her stunning shirt is from ZDDZ London.

aj leather skirt 4

 

 

Va-va-voom! AJ went all screen siren on us in this flattering, strapless jumpsuit, with simple jewellery and matching heels, the jumpsuit did all the talking. The fitted look, skimmed down her stomach with ruffling at the waist and the slim leg equally flattered her figure. You can grab AJ’s jumpsuit at Very.com.

AJ jumpsuit 3

IMAGE CREDIT – www.ajodudu.com

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