Over the years British music has brought us some of the most iconic and boundary pushing names in fashion and personal style. From the eccentricities of David Bowie to the influential personas of The Spice Girls, Elton John‘s infamous glasses collection to the down-to-earth, chav stylings of Lily Allen, power dressing with Eurythmics and the ethereal, magical moments of Florence Welch, the UK has always been one step ahead of the fash pack and its relationship to the music industry.

London’s latest cab off the rank, Jessie Ware, is no exception. The girl bringing back sexy, club soul, fused with ambient dub melodies has certainly got that somethin’ somethin’. Sure she’s got a stellar voice, a hit debut album and praise from the music industry, but it’s Ware’s effortlessly cool style that has us so intrigued with the 26-year-old.

Yet to find her niche, the South Londoner’s sporadic style is a breath of fresh air for 2012′s music industry where Lady Gaga outdoes herself everyday with ridiculousness and Rihanna can barely keep her clothes on.