Ariana Grande is turning heads as she was spotted headed to her studio on Sunday, July 19, 2020. Wearing oversized, distressed jeans and a crop top, Ariana looked casually chic and photos of the 27-year-old Grammy winner are going viral. Wearing her hair in her signature, high ponytail, Ariana’s makeup was on point as she protected herself from deadly, novel COVID-19 virus with a white facemask. California has issued an order that everyone must wear a face-covering in public and Ariana was quick to comply with the rules.
Though the lower portion of her face was hidden under the mask, you could see her expertly applied eye makeup that included a heavy winged liner and long, thick lashes. Ariana’s brows were perfectly groomed as she wore side-swept bangs with the ponytail.
Ariana exuded 90s glamour as she wore a Fendi, zipped cropped sweater that exposed her toned abs. She wore a pair of light blue, distressed jeans by Re/Done. The jeans featured a hole in one of the pant’s knees and had a bit of a baggy feel that gave Ariana’s outfit a vintage look.
For footwear, Ariana chose to wear a pair of Dolce & Gabbana mixed material trekking boots. The footwear looks like combat boots but has a heel that added several inches to Ariana’s 5’3″ frame.
You may see a photo of Ariana in the outfit along with a fan’s caption that the “Side to Side” singer looked “perfect” below.
— Aleyna🤍 (@glossyxariii) July 20, 2020
Ariana carried a laptop and a drink in one hand and a Fendi, monogram Zucca backpack in the other. Her face mask was from EvolveTogether, New York and she wore gold and pearl pins in her hair from Jen Atkin + Chloe + Isabel.
You may see a full-length photo of Ariana including her footwear below.
What do you think about Ariana Grande’s outfit? Do you like the 90s look with the distressed jeans? Are you a fan of Ariana Grande’s style?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.