Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa seen leaving BBC Radio One after her Live Lounge performance on April 19, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by Neil Mockford/GC Images)

In the latest installment of our obsession with Dua Lipa, the Future Nostalgia artist has taken to social media once again with a drool-worthy ensemble. In the lead up to an acoustic performance on BBC Radio 1, Lipa shared a behind-the-scenes peek at her look which was comprised of a teeny knitted romper, oversized black bomber jacket and sheer stockings.

But if you ask us, it was the platform boots which really sold the entire seventies-inspired outfit. Of course, the look was courtesy of celebrity stylist Lorenzo Posocco who captioned a reposted image, “Stepping into FW21 like …”

Whether you’re defrosting post New York’s harsh winter blizzards or are slowly moving into hibernation mode in Sydney, a great pair of thigh-high boots could be just the cure for your trans-seasonal woes. Layer over the top of stockings and a mini skirt inspired by Lipa or tuck in a pair of jeans and chuck on a blazer for the most effortless off-duty look.

Lipa’s ensemble was finished with a generous swipe of glittery copper eyeshadow and lightly tousled hair with braids at the front.

Lipa has quickly become a formidable force in style. Just last week she made us rethink our robe collection and at the 2021 Grammy Awards pulled out not one, but upwards of five Versace looks across the evening (you can see them all via her Instagram).

We’re not the only ones to obsess over the pop star. Last month, Lipa’s beau Anwar Hadid celebrated her Grammy win in the most adorable way while Sir Elton John gushed over Lipa as he announced she would headline the 29th annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards pre-party special.

While you wait for that highly-anticipated event, shop GRAZIA’s edit of boots below as inspired by the artist.

Alias Mae Victoria Boots, SHOP NOW

Sergio Rossi Matrix Stretch-Leather Thigh Boots, SHOP NOW

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