We can't stop thinking about Harry Styles's plunging sequin jumpsuit

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Photo credit: Getty Images
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Been on Instagram? Then you'll know that iconic music festival Coachella is well and truly underway after its pandemic hiatus, with celebs turning out some serious looks: whether it be Euphoria star Chloe Cherry's sassy slogan tops and day-raver uniform or Doja Cat's itty-bitty cut-out top. But someone who really shut it down when it came to festival fashion? The one and only Harry Styles.

During his headline set at the California festival, the singer-songwriter stepped out in a glitzy outfit which gave major seventies energy. With his wavy hair in its signature tousled style, he wore a plunging, tight sequin catsuit revealing his chest and arm tattoos. To top it off, he wore a fluffy, outsized black coat and shiny black boots with Cuban heels – extremely glam rock, if we say so ourselves.

During his set, he played major hits from his back catalogue including, surprisingly, an oldie from his One Direction days; "That's What Makes You Beautiful." If anyone was a 1D-er back in the day, you'll recognise the romantic tune from all the way back in 2011.

Photo credit: Kevin Mazur - Getty Images
Photo credit: Kevin Mazur - Getty Images

Another surprise from the set? When none other than Shania Twain (?!) came on stage to join Harry. Yep, you read that one right. As well as singing her throwback hits "Man, I Feel Like A Woman" (tune!) and "Still the One” she rocked a sequin mini dress with a swirl design and white knee-high boots...making her and Harry a picture perfect pair.

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