Ariana Grande Rocks a Summer Grunge Look for a Recording Studio Session

Ariana Grande Rocks a Summer Grunge Look for a Recording Studio Session
Ariana Grande Rocks a Summer Grunge Look for a Recording Studio Session
Bianca Betancourt

From Harper's BAZAAR

  • Ariana Grande hit the recording studio in Los Angeles last weekend and channeled grunge with a '90s-inspired ensemble.

  • The singer rocked distressed denim, a Fendi top and coordinating bag, platform boots, and her signature high ponytail for the outing.

Ariana Grande is switching up her look.

Last Sunday, the "7 Rings" singer was seen heading to a recording studio session in Los Angeles. And for the outing, she debuted a refreshingly different fashion look than her normal casual ensembles. Ditching her go-to pairing of oversized hoodie dresses and thigh-high suede boots, Grande rocked a more '90s-inspired grunge look—and we're so into it.

Styled by Mimi Cuttrell, Grande's ensemble included a pair of high-waist, light-wash, wide-leg distressed jeans from Re/Done; a Fendi zipper-front crop top; lace-up platform combat boots; and a vintage Fendi Zucca Monogram Bag. The singer, who carried her laptop and an iced beverage, complemented her look with her signature high ponytail, classic cat-eye makeup, and a protective face mask.

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Photo credit: DIGGZY / SplashNews.com - Splash News

Grande has kept a relatively low profile as of late while spending most of her time at home amid the coronavirus pandemic. The singer has made occasional appearances over the weeks, however, such as when she released her musical collaborations with Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga. She's also been sharing a bit of insight into her new relationship with her boyfriend, Dalton Gomez, whom she's been quarantining with since the beginning of the pandemic.

As for Grande's Instagram account these days, it appears she's transformed her feed into a social media shrine for her puppies, with a slew of recent posts adorably focused on her furry family.

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