As the ultimate girl-next-door, Cat Deeley has been a much-loved style icon since her eruption onto the small screen in shows like Hitlist UK and SMTV Live in the late 90s. Previously to this, Cat was a model from the age of 16, ensuring that her fashion sense has always been right on-trend and perfect for her figure.
While Cat is in her mid-thirties, her style is still fresh, youthful and fun, making her stand out from so many other celebrities who take fashion too seriously. Her recent work presenting television shows in America has definitely influenced her wardrobe, too: we love her brightly-coloured and bold fashion choices for her appearances on So You Think You Can Dance.
Cat Deeley is blessed with gorgeous, golden pins, and her fashion choices aren’t wary of showing them off. Short cocktail dresses and stacked, embellished sandals are perfect for highlighting her legs – try just above the knee for a more versatile day time look. Dark denim jeans and dark boots or heels are a great casual alternative, as they give the illusion of even longer legs! Cat’s often spotted wearing these combined with a military or leather jacket and slouchy bag.
Cat also has very toned and tanned arms, so she chooses off-the-shoulder and strappy dresses to make the most of them. If you have an upper body to be proud of, but also have a curvy bust, it can be tricky to wear delicate, spaghetti-strap tops; instead, try sweetheart or deep V-necklines with wider straps or cap sleeves to balance out your shape.
Rather than pile on accessories, we really love that Cat lets her clothes do the talking, with glittering embellishments, embroidered details and feminine accents. Try delicate ruffles or bows, or printed details, if you think these might be a bit fussy for your shape. Cat also makes sure her hair and make-up is classic but not overpowering; think natural and sun-kissed hair, and classic make-up looks like red lips with a slick of black eyeliner.
Why not take a leaf out of Cat’s book with a natural but glam look, next time you go out?