The Voice Wardrobe SLAYS Again! Top 3 Looks In This Week’s The Voice
On The Voice it’s not just about the contestant’s talent as a singer, it’s also about their ability to be the full package! If you wanna be a star, you can’t just sound like one you need to look like one too. And thats where The Voice Wardrobe Team comes in. I think it’s time we give them the credit they deserve, they help the artists showcase their style in the most fashionable way ever and create memorable looks that’ll have us googling where in the hell can we get that ourselves.
So I’ve chosen the Top 3 Looks Of This Week’s The Voice, let us begin!
Jackie Foster of Team Alicia wore the most PERFECT rocker chic outfit on The Voice, ever. The colorfully jeweled studded leather jacket is from the Coach x Rodarte collection and clearly the statement piece of her look! Matched alongside a metallic black tee, cute Levi’s jeans and over the knee Steve Madden Boots.
It gave her the extra glam factor for her “Toxic” performance without looking like she tried to hard. If Britney Spears were a rocker, she’d be Jackie Foster.
Brynn Cartelli always looks the cutest! Being the youngest in the competition you don’t want to have her looking to mature but you know she wants to be taken seriously. The Voice Wardrobe hooked her up with and all white outfit, with the fun color-block blazer and black booties. Super age appropriate but very stylish.
One word to describe this look? Breathtaking. The Voice Wardrobe team did it again with this look. Spensha is gorgeous in general, but this Alice & Olivia dress looks like it was made just for her. You can tell the theme in this week’s wardrobe is to provide a pop of color and they really achieved that with this look. Also we have to give props to the photographer of this pic because who doesn’t love a good aesthetic shot for the gram?
Which looks were you feeling the most this week? Let us know in the comments!
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