Ever have those days when you wake up in the morning and aren’t really sure what to wear? Here’s a solution: Wear everything. Everything in your closet. (Just not at the same time, of course.)
Yesterday, Rita Ora must have had that dilemma, because she made not one, not two or three, but four wardrobe changes throughout the day. Pretty soon, she won’t have any clothes left that she hasn’t already worn, just like Rihanna—but we could think of worse problems to have.
During the day, the Roc Nation songstress kept it casual and covered up, strolling about town in a poncho, blue jeans cuffed at the ankle above a pair of black boots, and a backwards baseball cap. But after the sunset, she and her outfits came alive in the night-time. First, the British babe leathered up in a fun, fringe-tastic dress and thigh-high shoes paired with a varsity jacket from her Adidas collection.
Later, she decided to show some more skin in a Fyodor Golan SS15 ‘Mirror’ outfit. She wore a holographic jacket and miniskirt, with a touch of silver along the wave in her hair for good metallic measure, during a performance at a UK nightclub.
Underneath that was another silver surprise: a sequin-covered bralette and short-shorts, which she covered with her green-haired boyfriend’s black jacket.
The paps did, however, get a cheeky little peek at what she was hiding underneath it.
If you got it, flaunt it (and cover it in sequins).
PHOTO CREDIT: Splash
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