Lizzo is kicking butt and taking names this year — and she has no plans on slowing down. The singer, who is nominated for Best New Artist and is set to perform at tonight’s MTV Video Music Awards in New York, has garnered much attention for not only her music, but also her fashion. The “Truth Hurts” songstress isn’t afraid to push the envelope when it comes to her style.
For example, at the VMAs tonight, Lizzo is wearing a fierce red sequined dress with the word “Siren” emblazoned all over it. The outfit comes complete with a two-tone feathered boa and white sandals. Stuart Weitzman’s Nudist Stardust sandal features crystals around the toe and heel.
More from Footwear News
- Cardi B Accepts Her MTV VMA in Caged Spike Heels and an Unexpected Red Dress
- Marc Jacobs' VMAs Look Features Red Slippers Like Dorothy's in 'The Wizard of Oz'
- Worst Dressed Celebs at MTV VMAs 2019, According to You
Onstage at the VMAs, Lizzo performed her hits “Truth Hurts” and “Good As Hell.” One chic performance look included a sparkly pastel yellow bodysuit and matching combat boots.
In general, Lizzo is known to take risks, using her platform to have fun with clothes, shoes and accessories. She makes a statement to say the least.
The entertainer often opts for glamour, wearing over-the-top neon ensembles. Take for instance her custom Marc Jacobs Met Gala look. She wore a dramatic feather cape in pink paired with a matching wig and bow sandals. She then wore that same feather piece to the airport the following day, proving she has no qualms about having outrageous style.
Another memorable outfit came ot the 2019 BET Awards red carpet. There, Lizzo wore a woodgrain-inspired House of Holland dress and Marko Monroe shoes with a fascinator. She’s also a fan of monochromatic looks seen in leopard, slime green, fuchsia and marigold tulle.
And among her go-to Dr. Martens, she’s a sneaker fan. Lizzo has been spotted in Gucci’s $1,500 jeweled kicks as well as an array of Nikes.
Plus, the rising star has been a body-positivity advocate since day one, telling Allure: “My movement is my movement. When all the dust has settled on the groundbreaking-ness, I’m going to still be doing this. I’m not going to suddenly change. I’m going to still be telling my life story through music. And if that’s body-positive to you, amen. That’s feminist to you, amen. If that’s pro-black to you, amen. Because ma’am, I’m all of those things.”
Click through the gallery to see more memorable fashion moments from Lizzo.
Lizzo Owns the ‘Today’ Show Stage in Purple Python Boots Made for Twerking
Is Neon the Must-Try Trend of the Season?
Why the Leopard Print Trend Will Never Die