11 Times Ariana Grande Channeled Another Decade With The Help Of Her Hair And High Waisted Everything
With her hair up high, her lashes long, and her skirts hiding her belly-button, it's sometimes too easy to forget Ariana Grande was actually born in 1993 (June 26, 1993, to be exact.) Since her style is an eclectic mix of modern and old-fashioned, we can take a look at 11 times Ariana Grande channeled another decade with her style. And thankfully, she's got about every decade covered.
Starting from 1910, Grande has dabbled in styles from every modern era, right up to our present day trends. Her predictable ponytail suits the '50s housewife just as well as a '90s chick, but Grande has taken a few fashion risks over the years that have an effortless, retro-cool vibe. She doesn't just achieve these timeless styles simply with her predictable high-waisted shirts, shorts or dresses she wears, but also with her amazing beauty looks!
Seriously, she gets some flak for only having one 'do in her repertoire, but Grande's style is actually quite versatile. Don't take my fangirl word for it: Take a look at these 11 times she stepped out of the comfort zone of the half-pony and channeled another decade with the help of her hair and high-waisted everything.
My great grandpa's comforter is this exact same pattern. All to say, this tea-length A-line dress is classic and totally made for the 1910s.
It may not be full-on flapper, but I'm loving that classic updo! The pop of lip color vibes with the uber glam Jazz Age.
The 1930s were a simpler time where this natural makeup with a subtle pink lip would have fit right in.
See? There are times her hair isn't in a ponytail! Take a look at this totally 1940s low-bun. Also, when did the dude from "So Carly" grow facial hair?
Step aside, Marilyn Monroe. There's a new bombshell in town.
Disregard her sassy demeanor, that black and white checkered dress is totes mod.
The 1970s scream flower headbands and natural curls. Also, all the hearts and love in the world, which is basically what Grande stands for.
That bang-back poof is like bringing back the girl version of the infamous ski-jump men's hairstyle.
Nothing says '90s attitude like a lot of gold and slicked down side bangs.
When Grande stepped on the red carpet in this leather, zipper-infested number, the world suddenly new she was no longer a Disney channel star. If that doesn't scream early 2000 rebellion, I don't know what does.
And, of course, the soft wavy look of her hair and natural beauty look is so modern, it hurts. Once time travel is invented, Grande should be the first person we send back to other decades. She'll fit right in.
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