She’s A Royal: Three Lorde Outfits We Wish We Had

Enigmatic + Surprising = Stylish. 
by STAIL Team

Make way for the Pure Heroine, Lorde!


We love her grooves, we love her poetic songs, and we love her style! Singer and songwriter Lorde from New Zealand expresses herself in the most enigmatic and surprising ways!


From the Tennis Court to The Perfect Places the 22-year-old singer knows how to make a statement for herself. Mixing pop culture and goth might sound a little bit off but Lorde can surely pull off the unique style.


If you spent your teenage years listening to this multi-awarded pop artist, you must have had alone time in front of the mirror trying to copy her style.


STAIL.PH gives you a rundown of our favorite Lorde fashion.


Lorde at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards

Image source: Cosmopolitan


Lorde accepted the awards for New Artist and Best Rock Song (for “Royals”) dressed in a striking all-black ensemble. Note the synthetic fur on her sleeves and her signature dark lipstick. Attempt this look when you want to capture everyone’s attention.

Lorde performs with Nirvana


Image source: The Daily Mail


Stylish and serious at the same time, Lorde rocked this pink outfit on stage when she performed with American rock band Nirvana on April 10, 2014 at the 29th Annual Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony at Barclays Center of Brooklyn.


This iconic singer made sure that she balanced her pink-on-pink outfit with a black top that showed the pop star’s midriff.

Lorde at Coachella

Image source: Capital FM 


If she can rock in an all-black outfit, she can rock an all-white ensemble too! She paired her white crop top with white pants and a belt during her performance for the  2014 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in Indio, California.


Last but not the least, who would forget the iconic music video of her single “Perfect Places” where she delivered scenic and editorial looks? Watch the video below and let us know what you think!


Do you love her? What are your favorite outfits?

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