Jewel Is Bursting With Color in Striped Suit & Platforms to Perform New Song for ‘Seth Meyers’

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Jewel performed with color last night on “Late Night With Seth Meyers” as her pantsuit stood out during the performance of her new song “Alibis.”

The Grammy-nominated singer’s suit doubled down on a variety of colors, including stripes of yellow, dark blue, teal and red. The two-piece set stood out for its brightness as well as synchronicity.

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Jewel performs on June 13, 2022 on “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” - Credit: Lloyd Bishop/NBC
Jewel performs on June 13, 2022 on “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” - Credit: Lloyd Bishop/NBC

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Under the suit, she wore a red satin bustier, which amped up the outfit’s vibrancy. The blazer and pants were tailored perfectly as the legs had a slight flare.

Women’s suits have an interesting history and have been embraced for utility and statement-making. The style emerged in the early 1900s during the Suffragette Movement, but didn’t hit peak popularity until the 1980s as more women entered the workforce. And Jewel’s silhouette and color-blocking was an apt choice for her line of work onstage.

She accessorized heavily, choosing once again her signature wide brim hat — this time in black to bring a darker shade to the look.

Jewel performs on June 13, 2022 on “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” - Credit: Lloyd Bishop/NBC
Jewel performs on June 13, 2022 on “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” - Credit: Lloyd Bishop/NBC

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The hitmaker also wore another scarf around her neck in the color gold, adding another artistic layer. Her makeup was striking as she did a bold cat-eye with a white and blue under-layer.

For her shoes, she wore a pair of black platforms. The choice of black footwear worked with the drama of her wide-brim hat.

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