Pixie Lott: Patriotic In Red, White & Blue

Pixie Lott attended an event for Samsung in London, England on Wednesday (May 30). The 21-year-old Mama Do singer looked very patriotic wearing a short white dress, blue jacket and red shoes. A Union Jack Lulu Guinness clutch bag added to her look.

Pixie signed autographs and helped promote the Galaxy S III at the Westfield store.

Grazia Daily caught up with her for a brief interview.

On what she likes about being British: “British music is the best – I would say that, though! But this year being British is even better because we have the Olympics and the Jubilee. It’s definitely the place to be.”

On her plans for the celebrations:  “I’ve actually got red, white and blue colored nails today! I thought I would make the effort and I definitely think everyone should wear red, white and blue the whole weekend. I’m in Bristol on Friday as I’ve got a Jubilee gig and then it’s Oliver’s [Pixie’s model boyfriend] birthday on Sunday and I’ve got my best friend’s 21st too which we’re going to celebrate by having a weekend festival type party at her family’s farm. I’ll definitely keep an eye on what’s going on in London though!”

On what five items in her wardrobe she can’t live without: ” First, it’s got to be shorts, I have a pair in every colour and I can wear them in the summer and in the winter with tights. I think always a LBD because you can wear it plain for occasions you can make it look completely different by putting accessories on it. Also, a leather jacket because it always edges things up if they look too girl. A pair of brogues because I always wear brogues in the day and finally, a blazer!”

To read more on Pixie’s interview visit graziadaily.co.uk.

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