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7 “Ugly” Fashion Trends That Camila Cabello Turned Chic

Featuring fringe, sequins, and more.

All the times Camila Cabello wore "ugly" outfits and made them look cool.
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Camila Cabello has a style that transcends trends. The songstress has worn everything from crochet bra tops to bustle skirts at the Met Gala. Ahead, see seven trends typically given a “boot” that Cabello effectively restyles for a sartorial “toot”.

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Did Cabello get this straight from Britney Spears’ archived closet? This denim-on-denim ensemble featured denim gloves, a corset, wide-leg jeans, and a trench coat. It screams early 2000s.
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Fringe has stuck around since the ’70s, typically seen on suede jackets or oversized bags — but Cabello strategically uses fringe to accentuate her “Bam Bam”.
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Who said that puff sleeves are reserved for Bridgerton? The “Señorita” singer blended dominatrix and the 1980s puff sleeve, power suit combination for this sexy ensemble.
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At the Cinderella premiere, Cabello combined high and low fashion with a billowing tiered tulle skirt and a sleeveless white crop top.
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The “Havana” singer brought Y2K to the Met Gala with sequins and a matching fur coat. The rich purple high-slit skirt with a cropped tank is giving Bratz doll energy.
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Remember high/low skirts? Cabello took it the extra mile in this all-white ensemble featuring a high/low accent on the front and side of the gathered skirt.
Zebra print was all the rage in the 2010s. In a recent selfie, Cabello donned this yellow zebra print swimsuit, complete with a Pisces nameplate necklace and oversize sunglasses, reminding us of the good ol’ days. You can actually snag the same top for $125.

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