Rita Ora has quickly risen to be a household name within the pop music community, but not everyone knows what a street style star this crooner is. Now Ora is killing it not just in the music world, but also in the style game. I'm breaking down her eye-popping style so we can all copy Rita Ora's look.
Ora loves Jeremy Scott's work for Moschino it seems, layering on his statement pieces and other cartoonish statement garments. You don't have to be a popstar or Jeremy Scott's muse to step out in bold prints and cartoony pieces, courtesy of the million retailers that try to copy Moschino's crazy trademark.
Mad about monochrome.
Ora loves color so much, but she refuses to play favorites. She also loves black, white, grey, neutrals... any color really, so long as it's stacked head to toe. She goes for full-on monochrome outfits so that no matter what color she picks that day, it makes a statement.
Matchy matchy pants and jackets.
Ora has an interesting masculine-meets-feminine style that often manifests in stereotypically masculine silhouettes with bold and girly prints and embellishments. She has a wardrobe full of matching pants and jackets, from full suits to tracksuits and everything in between.
Ora has a pretty athletically-influenced style, but she also loves layering on accessories and expressing her girly side all the same. She often pairs girlier pieces with athletic stripes and varsity-style jackets, or weill dress up a jumpsuit or t-shirt dress with layered jewelry.
Time to invest in some serious kicks and also maybe dye my hair blonde.