Cheryl Cole Looks Tempting in Tan Leather!

Cheryl Cole is definitely having more hit moments lately. And by that we simply mean she’s looking more and more gorgeous each time we see her. Case in point, while the X-Factor judge was spotted leaving Zuma Restaurant last week, after celebrating a co-band member’s (Kimberley Walsh’s) birthday.

The brunette beauty was simply stunning in her tan leather shift dress. She wore it with berry-colored lips and a pair of light neutral pointy pumps, and dare we say she had never looked better. The mix was completely spot-on and perfect:

Cheryl Cole exiting Zuma Restaurant in London, November 21, 2012

Doesn’t she look fabulous? And that leather dress is simply divine, yes? True, the cut is so simple, but what we really love about it is the color. It’s a fresh change from the usual black. It looks buttery soft, rich, and we can’t help but envy her for owning the piece.

The frock by the way, is from Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen’s eponymous upscale line, The Row. It’s made of genuine lambskin leather applied on cotton spandex backing so it’s pretty comfortable to wear. If you want it, better be prepared to spend a LOT of money because it retails at a whopping $2590 over at Neiman Marcus:

The Row Sleeveless Stretch Leather Dress, $2590

Yes, sadly, THAT much for the dress. Not to worry, you CAN opt for something less expensive such as these sheath dresses from Cynthia Rowley and Milly if you want the no-black-leather look. Both retail along the $500 range so it won’t be as sinful to spend for it:

Cynthia Rowley Leather Sheath Dress, $595

Milly Fiona Leather Dress, $577.50 (was $825)

And if you happen to be a size 2, you can try this piece from Alice by Termperley. It’s cheaper by a few hundreds than the other two so it’ll definitely save you more money:

Alice by Temperley Tank Leather Dress, $369 (was $820) 

Credit: Will Alexander/WENN

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