Dua Lipa Channels '90s Punk Style in a Sheer Bra and Acid Green Skirt

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After *months* of consideration, Seventeen has come to an important conclusion: Dua Lipa is the queen of sampling from bangin' fashion eras. And we are thrilled about her latest foray into the '90s.

Our girl is totally an 11 out of 10. With 'fits so nuanced, you can tell that Dua dedicates her time to making sure her style really shines. Whether it’s a halter top that looks straight out of the '70s or an '80s style drop-waist dress, Dua turns out head-to-toe looks, boldy accented with kitchy jewelry, furry boots, and fuzzy bucket hats.

Well, friends, Dua is adding the '90s to her fashun resume. Starring in her latest Instagram photo dump, the "Sweetest Pie" singer shared photos a rockin' new outfit from the London-based It girl brand, Chopova Lowena. Channeling the best pieces from the '90s punk scene, Lipa wore an edgy mesh crisscrossed bra featuring a black-and-green checkered pattern with tiny maroon flowers. Our bb is no stranger to baring her bod, as she's resurrected the Y2K whale tail trend, shown off some major underboob, and joked about sharing her nude photos with fans.

As for the bottoms, Dua went with a shiny lime green skirt that has plaid and a black floral print. Adding more visual interest to the look are the skirt's bows and straps, that seemed to gather around Lipa's left hip and thigh. Topping off the look with Balenciaga's celeb-fave Le Cagole shoulder bag worn across her chest, Dua made sure to include a pair of black-and-red sneakers from her most recent collaboration with Puma.

And this isn't the first time that Dua has repped Chopova Lowena and the '90s punk scene on her socials. Earlier this summer, the songstress shared pics from a yacht while wearing the label's sassy school girl style plaid belted miniskirt in a purple-and-black color palette. The mini skirt moment showcased a stud embellished heart and red-and-blue flower detailed leather belt worn around her navel.

So Lowena and Lipa — when can we expect a collab collection? 'Cause, we are so here for Dua's punk era! And if you're into it too, check out our Dua-inspired punk picks below.

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