Get the look: Nicole Scherzinger in J Brand

Whilst on a trip to Paris to promote the US X Factor last week, Nicole Scherzinger was spotted looking suitably stunning for the summery season – and in her new position as judge, there couldn’t be more eyes on her right now.

Nicole may have won our hearts with her catchy anthems and appearances as a guest judge on the British version of the X Factor, but it seems her stateside style has tugged at our fashion-loving ticker strings, too.

We just love her Seventies-inspired J Brand flares, teamed with a gorgeous itsy-bitsy orange tube top and oversized statement floppy hat.

Chic, flattering and smoulderingly sexy, we’ve picked our favourite pieces to recreate Nicole’s sun-kissed Seventies style so you can rock the retro look with aplomb this season.

 

These swinging ‘Bette’ high waisted flares by J Brand are the perfect solution to nailing this season’s wide leg denim look – and they just so happen to be the exact style Nicole’s wearing.

J Brand Bette high waisted flares, £255 £178, available at my-wardrobe. BUY NOW!

Nicole’s cropped top is the perfect piece to show off her high-waisted flares. This orange crochet top from Topshop has Seventies summer days written all over it – it may not be as skimpy as Nicole’s, but it’ll put you ahead in the style stakes.

Apricot crochet top, £18, available at Topshop. BUY NOW!

Finally, we turn to Nicole’s impressive statement headwear, and we reckon this Seventies Floppy Felt hat from ASOS has just as much wow factor – and at only £25, it comes at a purse-friendly price, too.

70s floppy felt hat, £25, available at ASOS. BUY NOW!

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