Stunning X Factor finalist Rebecca Ferguson showed she’s already dressing like a star when she attended the premiere of Narnia: Voyage of The Dawn Treader.
The premiere was attended by the Queen and Prince Phillip – who got into the spirit and wore 3D glasses to view the movie – and the royals must have approved of Rebecca’s elegant coat.
It kept her warm on a snowy day and yet it still captures the attention of the cameras with its pale, metallic sheen.
On the red carpet Rebecca exclusively revealed to Very she was “amazed” she had made it to the semi-finals of the talent show. How refreshingly modest!
Meanwhile fellow finalist Matt Cardle revealed that Cowell had already picked a winner’s song and they’d started rehearsing it.
Last year Cowell picked The Climbby Miley Cyrus as the official song the winner would release before Joe McElderry was announced as the champion.
This year it needs to be a unisex song as the public vote is completely split between Matt and Rebecca. That said, One Direction and Cher Lloyd aren’t doing too badly either.
However, if the vote came down to fashion then there would be no competition for the Liverpudlian vocalist as she consistently wears feminine, flattering and generally fabulous outfits.
If you’re a fan you can find a similarly classy coat at Very such as the Oasis Funnel Neck Military Coat
Or make everyone notice your behind as well as your front in another classic by Oasis – the ruffle back coat
Inject some colour into a classic style with the South Tall Double Breasted Military Coat
The finishing touch to any outfit is bags and shoes. The Teatro Jakarta satin platform court shoes are a perfect complement to any of the above classy coats.
As are the KG Isadora studded shoes which Rebecca wore herself last week at the Very Christmas Catwalk Show.
And top it all off with a shiny clutch bag like the diamante clutch bag
The X Factor grand final is in just over a week away on 11 and 12 December.
It’s going to be a big one as there is no X Factor in 2011 while Simon Cowell concentrates on taking the show to the US.