Dua Lipa just twinned with North West in this designer cow print dress

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Photo credit: @dualipa - Instagram
Photo credit: @dualipa - Instagram

Aaaah another day, another fabulous Dua Lipa outfit to swoon over. Yep, the singer's been serving some serious lewks to date - need we mention the 35 cut-out catsuit, or that tiny crochet bikini? - and her latest 'fit is loved by not just us, but also North West, who's previously worn a near-identical look.

Overnight, Dua took to Instagram to share some countryside snaps wearing a high-neck neon green and dark brown cow print dress with fun cut-out detailing at the back. Dua accessorised the ensemble with an oversized white belt (for ultimate cowgirl vibes, obvs), a matching top handle bag and mid-length black patent leather boots. As though that wasn't enough of a #mood, the singer went on to finish the 'fit with a swipe of lime eyeshadow and a pair of heart-shaped drop earrings.

Here's the post, captioned with a reference to one of our favourite noughties shows "“The Simple Life” 🌾":

If you're wondering where the look is from, Dua's stylist, Lorenzo Posocco, revealed on Instagram Stories that the dress in question is a runway piece from Nigerian-born British designer Mowalola Ogunlesi's namesake brand, Mowalola. For those playing at home, the singer also wore a statement fluffy hat by the same designer for her birthday on the weekend.

Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

Cool huh? Now, if you think the get-up looks kinda familiar, you're absolutely right - snaps for you. Cast your mind back to 2020 and, according to Vogue, the Kardashians also wore a handful of pieces by the Central Saint Martins graduate, with North sporting this verrrrry similar custom cow print dress for her 7th birthday in Wyoming:

So there you have it. If Dua Lipa and North West agree that neon green cow print dresses are cool, who are we to argue? Plus, chances are we're also going to be seeing the name Mowalola a lot more going forward and we honestly can't wait.

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