Rita Ora’s been repping a handful of this season’s hottest fashion trends. From low-rise trousers to statement crop tops, the artist is enthusiastically embracing the Y2K *aesthetic*. Now, Rita’s just gone and stepped out wearing yet another major trend: cut outs. Yep, the negative space lewk has been a notable feature this summer, and we’re all for it. Whatsmore, Rita’s even put her own nostalgic spin on the trend.
This weekend, Rita took to Instagram to share a handful of snaps depicting her recent shenanigans. In the new photodump, the 31-year-old sports everything boxers and bucket hats to lacy slip dresses. Our favourite look from the bunch though is a certain cut out number. The look in question is a blue and black David Koma mini dress, complete with long sleeves and an asymmetrical design. Above the bust, you can also spy an oval panel revealing skin underneath. Rita accessorises the look with a pair of oversized shades and chunky platform peeptoe heels.
So, what makes the look nostalgic, you ask? Well, on her right thigh you can also see a kind of holster (is it a purse, is it a phone case – who knows?) which is giving major Miss Congeniality vibes. Y’know, the 2000s film where Sandra Bullock plays an FBI agent who has to go undercover in a beauty pageant? In the movie, her wardrobe is kinda like glam-queen-meets-badass-undercover-cop, which is a total vibe.
“This weeks activities…studio dress up and then some. ✨🥰🌪” writes Rita in the caption.
Scroll through to see Rita’s get-up:
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Here’s the ‘fit in full:
Fans are high-key here for the whole post (and, like, same), including the cut out fashion moment, commenting:
Babe and a half
Fashion changes, but style endures💞💋😘
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