What Her Red Heels Are Say­ing

When it comes to the sound­track of their lives, these songstresses are let­ting their fiery shoes do the singing

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I’M GROUNDED”

The “Hot N Cold” singer says she draws style in­spi­ra­tion from “pop cul­ture, dif­fer­ent fe­males … like car­toon­ish, punk-rock, cute, a smor­gas­bord of things.” This may ex­plain the odd choker, Google Ghost “Nasty Woman” tee, black Cé­dric Charlier flared faux-leather skirt and pow­er­ful red Prada plat­forms combo. Or not.

JUST A GIRL? AS IF!”

In case you were fooled by her “aw shucks” Cal­i­for­nia girl dis­po­si­tion, let the singer‘s spicy scar­let lips, edgy dip-dyed pony and red spiked Chris­tian Louboutin Snakilta booties set you straight. They scream #badass from top to bot­tom.

I WALK WALK WALK WALK WALK”

The Ba­jan beauty’s Fenty x Puma line has re­de­fined the con­cept of gym at­tire by in­clud­ing heeled ten­nis shoes and satin base­ball caps. But top­ping a flap­per-in­spired mi­cro­mini with a Vete­ments sweat­shirt? There’s only so many steps you’re go­ing to go in those Chris­tian Louboutin suede heels, Riri.

I’M HIP-ISH”

Zoë cap­tioned an In­sta­gram pic of her newly dyed locks “Blond like frank,” in ref­er­ence to Frank Ocean’s al­bum, Blonde. But all bun­dled and car­ry­ing her pock­et­book se­nior cit­i­zen–style (got any hard can­dies in there?), her plat­inum hair reads more “gray like granny.” Sassy crim­son knot­ted heels are a clever re­minder that she’s still just 27.

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