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Saturday 28 November 2015

Leona Lewis: I dress conservatively

Published 20/11/2012

Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis

Leona Lewis describes her look as "conservative, yet feminine".

The British singer prefers subtle sexiness over garish clothes that are too eye-catching.

The 27-year-old chart sensation likes to reveal her figure in tight pieces rather than exposing too much skin.

"I think my look is quite conservative, yet feminine. I never dress to shock," Leona explained to British magazine Look. "I like to be covered up and just show a little bit of midriff or my shoulders, or wear body-con to show off my figure. You can be subtly sexy without being too in your face. You wouldn't catch me dead in hotpants! I love Rihanna's style and I'm quite comfortable in myself, but it's just not me. Even if I had Kate Moss' body, I wouldn't.

The star has been linked to One Direction band member Liam Payne recently. The 19-year-old has spoken about Leona's "hot" look before and she is equally smitten with her beau.

Leona would like to get married one day and she has ideas for how her big day will play out, including an amazing wedding dress.

"I want the perfect dress and the perfect day. I've worn some incredible dresses, like a crazy orange Roberto Cavalli couture gown two years ago," she gushed. "It was handmade and huge. It made me feel amazing, like a princess."

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