Recently, Noah Cyrus met with Rolling Stone to sing songs from her upcoming album, donning a dreamy, boho vibe for the garden performance.
The 22-year-old singer wore a vintage outfit that was at least two decades older than she is to evoke the same light, romantic vibe.
Looks Like Dressed Twice as Old
Cyrus donned a dress from Tab Vintage that was originally from the 1970s for the videotaped performance that was published by Rolling Stone on Saturday.
White, billowing sleeves and a plunging, ruffled neckline were featured on the dress, which also had ruffled cuffs. The skirt of the 1950s dress, which had an empire waist, billowed softly in the breeze.
Cyrus accessorised the garment with a black amulet pendant necklace, a single statement ring made of obsidian, and long gunmetal chain earrings.
Her all-white vintage outfit was set off perfectly by the contrast of the inky jewellery and her ultra-long, jet-black acrylic nails. The performer had a sleek centre part and her dark hair was worn straight down her back.
At several points in the film, Cyrus can be seen strolling around a garden while dressed in a white Alexander McQueen outfit with one sleeve.
The hem of the garment was tattered and it had ruffles and distressing all around. The style was finished with a pair of white Rick Owens mid-calf boots with a small stiletto heel that was shown off by the fluttering hem.
From her new album “The Hardest Part,” Cyrus sang “Ready to Go,” “Mr Percocet,” and “I Burned Down LA.” The album is scheduled for a September 16, 2022 release.
Cyrus frequently wears pieces by Jean Paul Gaultier, Schiaparelli, and Marc Jacobs for her more sophisticated occasions. The singer is also known for her love of streetwear, though she has been branching out in preparation for the release of her new album.
Cyrus’s favourite shoe labels are Stuart Weitzman, Barbara Bui, and Public Desire, and she frequently wears strappy sandals, combat boots, and thigh-high boots.
The celebrity often wears several styles of Nike sneakers, both on and off the red carpet. She has worn sky-high Marc Jacobs and Ruthie Davis platform heels throughout the years, proving that she is not afraid of a significant height increase. If you want to read more posts or news like this so stay tuned with TheActiveNews.Com.