No more couture! Tulisa is now a HUGE fan of a high street staple

Former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos made her return to the red carpet at the 2015 Attitude Awards.

Putting her finest fashion foot forward Tulisa, who recently made headlines after crashing her Ferrari and getting arrested, turned plenty of heads in London.

The bash, which Sir Ian McKellan and Frankie Bridge also attended was held at London’s Banqueting House.

Keeping up the glam vibe at the event, Tulisa debuted a navy-blue velour pants suit.

The blue two-piece ensemble was from Topshop and the whole look including the shoes (also Topshop) cost €250. A red carpet bargain.

Considering Tulisa has often donned some more pricey pieces, the tailored cigarette pants and super-plunging blazer are pretty affordable in comparison.

Several years ago audiences were treated to some of Tulisa’s more expensive style moments as she and Nicole Scherzinger were the X Factor judges worth watching every week.

​Tulisa was more likely to be seen sporting designer dresses and full-length sequined gowns as she and the former Pussycat Doll went head to head in the style stakes.

​Topshop has long been a favourite of those on the fashion scene, but it is definitely more affordable than the couture frocks she was favouring in the past.

She kept her makeup for the evening simple with a dark smoky eye, a dusty pink lip and what looks like some skilled contouring.

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