Cheryl Cole’s stunning fragrance launch

The newly married singer Cheryl Cole looked stunning as she recently launched her first perfume named Storm flower at a luxury restaurant.

The singer Cheryl Cole who was recently married to Jean Bernard Fernandez Versini launched her first exclusive perfume brand called Stormflower at an exclusive luxury restaurant Avenue on July 23, 2014. Many are predicting that the new perfume brand will become a best seller, and is likely to be in great demand, given the popularity of the singer and actor. Her husband Jean Bernard popularly known as JB was present on the occasion to cheer the Crazy Stupid Love singer, popularly known as Chezza, but has changed her name to Sheryl  Fernandez Versini after her marriage.

Cheryl Cole's stunning Outfit

The stunning looks of the singer actor invited admiring looks  from all present at the perfume launch. The star of Girls aloud had worn a beautiful couture gown by the designer Zuhair Murad, in a pastel shade with a blush like  tint. The designer gown had lace panels and embellishments that twinkled even in the day. The floor length gown  was asymmetrical with one shoulder exposed to show some skin. It also had a long slit, which reached her thighs giving a glimpse of her long legs. The entire couture outfit allowed the singer actress to show off her stunning figure to her advantage.

Cheryl Cole also had styled her blonde hair perfectly for the occasion. Her hair was worn loose in waves, to complement the couture gown which she had worn. The eye makeup used  by the singer was smokey for her soft chocolate eyes, with nude lipstick for the lips. For Cheryl cole fans who loved her look and are interested in emulating the style of the actress singer and X factor judge at the Stormflower perfume launch, many high streetretailers are offering similar outfits at different prices. The prices of the copycat gowns available at Coast, Missguided and Selfridge vary from GBP 44.99 to  GBP 250 to suit fans with differing budgets.

 
 
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