Sometimes being matchy-matchy works — and sometimes it’s a fashion flop! Which look did you like better on the ‘How We Do’ singer? VOTE.
Rita Ora, 22, had paparazzi going crazy in London on July 25 when she wore two high-fashion outfits, all in the same night! While both outfits were incredibly different, they both kept the same theme — and that was theme was “head-to-toe.” Rita certainly showed her love for Fendi and Just Cavalli in these outfits, but which one was your favorite?
Rita Ora’s London Outfit:
Rita could have walked the runway for Fendi at their Spring 2013 show, (or at least appeared in their lookbook!), while leaving Il Pizzaiolo restaurant in London where she dined with her mom. In a geometric and color-block crew neck sweater and matching leather skirt, the singer wore that Fendi “F” with pride. She even added color-blocked Fendi shoes in cream, nude and white to not only match the colors in her outfit but to also complete her “head-to-toe” look. She also added a two-tone bag in nude and black and only strayed from her color scheme with her bold red lips. With lots of bangles, gold hoop earrings and a high-bun, Rita looked fashionable. (Though it’s hard to not look fashionable in an outfit straight off the runway.) Do you like this look?
Rita Ora’s 2 Looks In 1 Day:
Later the same night Rita swapped the get-up before heading to the Scotch Club with her friends. Sticking with another straight off-the-runway look, this time Rita went with a Just Cavalli dress and jacket. The dress featured a neon green, white, and royal blue tropical print with an asymmetrical hemline and pleated skirt. Her jacket went perfectly with the dress. Rita added white Chanel boots that were so tall they could have almost served as pants and the cut of the dress gave a glimpse of the black suspenders peeking out of the boots. She kept her jewelry and makeup the same but split her hair into two high-buns, which kind of made her look like a Spice Girl. Once again Rita looks very high-fashion, but would you have rather seen these pieces worn separately or do you like them together?
Like we said, sometimes matchy-matchy works and sometimes it doesn’t. Rita looks bold but surprisingly good in her “head-to-toe” outfits. Which one do you like better? VOTE.
— Jennifer Crawford
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