Mollie King looked sensational as she graced London’s OXO Tower with her presence on Wednesday night. Turning heads at the Barry M 35th anniversary party, the 30-year-old dressed her slim figure in a rose gold metallic trouser suit. The cool two-piece – a feminine tailored jacket and sharp cigarette trousers - was teamed with a crisp white crop, which featured a delicate lace hem and plunging neckline. A pair of gold embellished leg-lengthening heels completed her awe-inspiring look.
STORY: Mollie King models for Littlewoods in stunning shoot
Mollie King looked ultra-cool in a shimmering trouser suit at the Barry M anniversary party in London
Beauty-wise, Mollie wore her glossy blonde hair in a sweeping loose ponytail. In terms of make-up, her flawless complexion was enhanced with a glowy base and sweep of bronzer, while a bold flick of black liner and lashings of mascara outlined her large almond eyes beautifully. A mute pink semi-sheer gloss and a perfectly groomed brow ensured that all eyes were on her.
Since launching in 1982, British brand Barry M have built a reputation for their colourful, trend-influenced, bold and vibrant make-up palettes, lipsticks, nail varnishes and dazzle dusts at purse-friendly prices.
Mollie extended her talents to modelling to front Littlewoods summer campaign
Mollie has enjoyed a busy year, having recently extended her talents to modelling after fronting Littlewoods summer campaign, in which she showcases a stunning selection of billowy ultra-feminine pieces from brands including Lost Ink, Warehouse, Oasis and Vera Moda.
In the series of photos, Mollie’s long, blonde hair gently flows onto her shoulders – a look she tends to go for regularly. Recently, the singer spoke to HELLO! about creating the perfect wavy hair, saying: “ For the perfect wavy hair, leave the ends out so that the waves are more beachy than bouncy. I use the ghd Platinum Tropic Sky Styler to create beachy waves and use the ghd Root Lift Spray for added volume and texture."
Meanwhile, she revealed her go-to style, which is perfectly defined in the Littlewoods shoot: “I like really feminine, bohemian clothes but then at the same time I also love the contrast of androgynous, oversized tailored trousers.”