By now, you probably know that Dua Lipa is taking a break from touring and having a delayed holiday season. If you happen to follow her on Instagram, you’ll have an idea of her great travel plans for late summer: from wedding season in France to her Ibiza getaway. The best part about it all? Suitable photos of course!
With her trademark cool-girl style, Dua Lipa has given us another level of wardrobe: including an all-sheer slinky white dress, a megawatt micro-bra top, and even a “jellyfish dress” from the fashion label loved by Doja Cat and Hailey Bieber.
Now it seems she may be back on track, but Dua Lipa still knows how to take a serious look. In Paris, she rocked an outfit that basically had our jaws on the floor at the launch party for the new YSL Beauty Libre Le Parfum campaign.
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Here you can check out some recent posts of Dua Lipa.
From the Saint Laurent AW 2022 ready-to-wear collection, she wore a fitted black party dress with a plunging neckline and large purple bodice detail. She posted the look on her feed and She captioned the photos, “A french kiss ?.”
The look is quintessential indie sleaze meets French girl chic and was worn with a tousled updo with subtle side fringes and a smokey eye.
In addition to traveling around the world this summer, Dua Lipa has been trying to document her matching cosmopolitan outfits.
One of her more recent holiday ensembles came from another European excursion, this time in Spain. The “Don’t Start Now” singer wore a bright blue halter mini dress with a plunging neckline that reached almost to her navel, along with a matching wrap mini skirt.
She finished off the look with a black iteration of the iconic Dior saddle bag and accessorized with elegant jewelry, including diamond hoop earrings, layered necklaces, beaded bracelets, and several rings. “Kissed by the Spanish sun,” she wrote in the caption.
In an interview with Refinery29 in 2018, Lipa talked about her personal style. “I never really wanted to put myself in a box and say, ‘This is my style and these are my staples. I love to experiment and play,'” she said. “It’s kind of like music: Sound doesn’t just include the artist’s face. And the artist should wear the clothes, not the other way around. Fashion can’t be forced.”