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Lorde got groovy and ethereal in her latest look.
The “Royals” singer performed her latest single “Solar Power” on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” last night. For the ensemble, she wore a mid-calf dress that featured vibrant yellow and purple diagonal stripes printed on baby fabric. The dress also included cap sleeves for an added touch.
As for the shoes, Lorde donned a pair of wedge heel sandals that may seem familiar to any fan of 2000s fashion. The shoes take advantage of the chunky platform aesthetic that has grown in popularity. on social media and in streetwear styles over the past two years.
Lorde’s essential style consists of everything that is currently in fashion and considered modern. She usually goes for designs that have an avant-garde touch, although she usually leans towards a more understated look. On red carpets, Lorde loves outfits that push boundaries and create memorable moments. From wearing an Off-White dress on her Melodrama world tour to her frolics at the 2018 Grammys in a vibrant red dress, the 24-year-old artist has created some edgy moments that cement her eye and reputation for fashion. .
The “Green Light” singer also used her modeling skills to be the face of a MAC Cosmetics advertising campaign in 2014.
Slip on a pair of orange platform sandals and add a touch of early 2000s drama to the rest of your summer outfits, inspired by Lorde.
To buy: Sarto Demi 2 platform wedge sandals, $ 63.
To buy: Haus of Honey platform wedge sandals, $ 846.
To buy: Nine West Lounge platform sandals, $ 59.
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