These boots were made for... treading the boards! Pixie Lott owns the Sixties siren look as she leaves the theatre in a thigh-skimming minidress and patent heels
She's reprising the famous role of a 1950s style icon on the West End stage.
But Pixie Lott stayed faithful to her favourite era on Friday night, as she left the Haymarket Theatre in London channeling her inner Sixties siren.
The blonde bombshell had just finished another performance of Breakfast At Tiffany's, in which she plays Holly Golightly - a role that was originally famously played by Audrey Hepburn.
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Style queen: Pixie Lott owned the Sixties style icon look on Friday night as she strutted out in scarlet boots
Fresh from treading the boards, Pixie stepped onto the streets on London in a pair of killer red patent boots.
The knee-highs were a long way from meeting her hemline, as she chose a signature dress style from the Sixties in a mini.
But the singer updated the look with a high neckline and a tabbard cut, swinging a cute mini handbag from one shoulder.
Style icon: She strutted her stuff in a pair of patent knee-highs, matching them cleverly to her lipstick
Thigh-watering! With an eye-wateringly short hemline, she showed off her impeccable legs
On the beauty front, pretty Pixie made a sophisticated style move by matching her palette to her lipstick and manicure.
It was another late night for the pop star, who is currently playing the lead in Truman Capote's novel-to-stage production.
The original film came out in 1961, based on the book, but it has been given a new lease of life for a West End audience.
Leggy look: She strutted onto the streets of London after hours on Friday
Treading the boards: Pixie left the Haymarket Theatre in a leggy ensemble
On the opportunity, Pixie recently told YOU magazine: ‘I was excited by the chance to do something different. I was very clear that if I immersed myself in the role, then everything would be all right.
'I spent years at a performing arts school, I’ve done a small TV part [she played an aspiring singer in an episode of Inspector George Gently] and I know I’m a grafter.’
She didn’t even worry that the weight of a stage performance rested on her shoulders and her name, or how she’d be compared to Hepburn.
‘You can’t think like that,’ she said. ‘I didn’t think about Audrey Hepburn. I didn’t watch the movie version. I didn’t want to intimidate myself. I just thought: “This is a dream role and I’m going to go for it and play Holly my way.”
'It was a bit like doing a cover version of a great song. You can’t replicate it; you have to just do it with self-belief.’
Red lady: She even matched her boots and beauty look to her nails
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