Pixie Lott puts a sexy spin on summer style as she goes braless in a low-white vest and jazzy monochrome skirt
Black may not be the best colour for hot weather, but Pixie Lott proved that it certainly works for summer on Friday.
Arriving at the theatre for another performance of Breakfast At Tiffany's, the pop star looked glorious in a top-to-toe monochrome ensemble.
Pixie arrived with a coffee in hand, beaming for the opportunity to get back to her onstage alter-ego Holly Golightly.
Summer style: Pixie Lott looked gorgeous in a monochrome ensemble as she arrived for another theatre performance of Breakfast At Tiffany's on Friday
She went boldly braless in a skintight white vest top, which she tucked into a patterned skirt.
The skirt featured a chic asymmetric pattern and skimmed off at her calves to showcase her patent shoes.
The heels, pointed at the toe and strappy on her dainty ankles, proved the perfect footwear to set off a chic ensemble on the streets of London.
Monochrome madness: The stunner went braless in a white vest, putting her best foot forward in black heels
Pixie certainly didn't go unnoticed, because she was quickly stopped for pictures outside the venue.
Now a resident performer at the Haymarket Theatre, the stunner had fans lining the streets for her arrival.
Pixie has been thoroughly consumed with her West End role, which was bolstered by some rave reviews this week.
She 'magnetised,' 'triumphed' and 'ticked all of the boxes' according to some theatre critics, while other reviews have been less favourable.
Some saw her challenge too mean a feat, as the leading part was originally played by Audrey Hepburn in the 1961 same-titled film.
The play follows the storyline of the movie, which was about a New York socialite in 1940s New York City.
Stopping for pictures: She was asked for pictures outside the theatre, and of course, obliged
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