This sexed-up, hot pink dress looks delicious against Shingai’s complexion. This dress may leave little to the imagination, but she still manages to, albeit for a rock star, keep it tasteful.
Shingai sings her heart out and rips on her bass in a black and white, form-fitting, jersey dress.
Shingai, here with bandmates Dan and James at the ‘Nine’ UK premier, pairs a fashion forward skirt by David Koma with a red bolero with exaggerated shoulders.
Consider dressing up your looks with elaborate jewelery. Shingai’s necklace, wide belt hybrid is a marvelous piece that can infuse lots of drama into any outfit.
Shingai goes retro glam for the stage in a 80’s power suit blazer over a snakeskin, long-sleeve dress.
Mixing gold lame, jersey,velvet and a small orange bird in one ensemble may not be your cup of tea, but on Shingai this quirky look gets high marks.
Shingai breaks the mold and demonstrates her discerning eye for futuristic shapes and statement making details at the red carpet for the 2009 Q Awards.
The one constant in Shingai’s magpie looks is her amazing, natural pompadour. Shingai turns up the wow factor of her hairstyle with a large girly bow made out of hair.
You can always count on Shingai to turn fashion on its head. The rope detail is an unexpected touch that catapults Shingai to the head of the fashion class.
Bodysuits are the must-have layering piece for spring and summer. Just throw it on with a skirt or pants for an easy, put together look. We’re totally into how bodysuits look with high-waisted bottoms like Shingai’s khaki trousers.