Dua Lipa offers a masterclass in mixing animal prints

Dua Lipa is apparently missing Halloween this year (probably a smart choice given how aggressive the competition in the celebrity market is), but if she really wanted to, she could probably throw on a pair of cat ears with it. her latest look and call it a day. The singer just wore an outfit with not one type of animal print, but two, and while the two pieces might not go together, let Lipa make it work.

Over the weekend, Lipa shared a series of photos on Instagram as she continued to show off her ongoing trip to Tokyo. As usual, the singer treated the city streets like a catwalk, and she looked quite the occasion. Lipa wore a cow print jacquard satin midi dress by Dries Van Noten while exploring the city, a layered jacket in the brand’s leopard print calf hair on top. Despite encountering two different animals, the outfit still managed to work. That’s because Lipa stuck to a similar color palette of browns and blacks for both pieces, and while the print on the coat consumes it all, the dress is a little sparser, which means your eye is n is not overwhelmed when you look at the outfit.

Smartly, Lipa stuck to the color scheme when it came to her accessories, finishing the ensemble with Jimmy Choo gold point-toe wedge heels and a silver structured top-handle bag. A simple cat’s eye sharp enough to cut a man completed the look (and suggested Lipa listened to Taylor Swift Midnights).

This is just one of many outfits Lipa showed off during her trip to Tokyo, and each one was very different. The singer started the journey in an all-leather motorcycle ensemble from Givenchy, then followed it up with a much more feminine silk dress from Burberry. Now, this Dries look adds yet another layer to Lipa’s versatile style and proves we really never know what she’ll show off next.

Check out Dua’s tourist look in Tokyo:

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