Dua Lipa Paired a Striped Halter Top with Letter-Print Pants

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Dua Lipa's latest Instagram look is a lesson in "more is more."

The pop star shared a new dispatch from the European leg of her Future Nostalgia Tour yesterday, considering her streak of bold street-style looks during a day out in Amsterdam. In the pics, which include snaps of meals and a riverboat jaunt with friends, the "Sweetest Pie" singer wears a fun look featuring several colors and patterns that come together in a wild outfit that's pure Lipa.

The star layered a fuzzy purple cardigan over a backless black halter top, featuring yellow racer stripes mixed with red detailing, pairing the top and sweater with black flared trousers covered with silver lettering. She wore her hair in a similarly-quirky look, four braids pulled together in a high ponytail, and accessorized the outfit with black stilettos, a Balenciaga shoulder bag, and a selection of jewelry including square drop earrings and novelty rings.

She simply captioned the post, "amsterdam 💜."

The "Levitating" singer has showcased her eclectic looks over the past few months, with a post earlier this week showing the cozier side of her off-duty style. In the pics, Lipa wears a cream quilted Stüssy vest over a fuzzy green-, blue-, and white-striped sweater, pairing the tops with a pair of raw-hemmed denim shorts.

She finished the casual look with brown knee-length cowboy boots, a gray baseball cap, green-framed sunglasses, and a Gucci shoulder bag.

While Lipa's best known as a Grammy-winning musician and the latest fashion star to watch, she's also set to make her silver screen debut. Per IndieWire, the singer may be joining Greta Gerwig's star-studded Barbie film alongside Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling. The highly-anticipated film would be her second film after Argylle, a spy thriller from Apple TV+ that's expected to premiere later this year.

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