Dua Lipa just wore a bum-skimming romper with platform boots

Maddy Alford
·2-min read
Photo credit: @dualipa - Instagram
Photo credit: @dualipa - Instagram

Dua Lipa just performed on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge wearing a brand spanking new Prada look, and let me tell you, it is the stuff of dreams.

Her stylist Lorenzo Posocco shared the look to Instagram, and it appears that he chose the pieces from Prada's AW'21 catwalk for Dua. (Yep, that's next season Prada newness - only the best will do when you're a triple Grammy winner, you know.) I'll walk you through it: she opted for a long-sleeve stretch knit romper, unbuttoned to show a black lace bra and a gold pendant necklace. The romper is a micro-short style on the bottom, which we can see in Dua's Instagram.

The all-in-one is layered over ultra-fine sheer tights and some serious black leather knee-high boots. They have a sturdy platform and stompy block heel combo, and she wore them slouched down so they just covered her knees.

She topped it off with an oversized black bomber jacket, lined with red flowers and shrugged off her shoulders. The red pattern of the lining clashed with the burgundy romper pattern in an effortless way, and the baggy bomber provided extra coverage over the short shorts. (File that one away under excellent styling hacks.)

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She wore warm makeup tones on her face (makeup artist Lisa Eldridge was tagged), framed by two skinny front braids and loose waves. Dua polished off the look with red almond-shaped nails and two big, kitschy flower power rings. A whole. Look. It's perfect, and has us dreaming of teetering around on the cobblestones in these big f*ck off boots on a night out, reluctantly carrying a big jacket with us as the temperatures drop.

Soon, guys, soon.

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