DUA Lipa appears to be loving the new trend of underwear as outerwear.
The saucy style statement has been championed by all manner of celebs, with Dua Lipa embracing it more regularly than most.
When the brunette beauty takes to the stage, she has kept up appearances with her go-to look, which isn’t over-the-top glam.
Instead, the New Rules singer often opts for tracksuit bottoms and a bra of some sort, which she has chosen again for her performance during the Lollapalooza Festival in Berlin.
Hitting the stage in her orange tracksuit bottoms with a peep-hole bralette, Dua Lipa stunned as she flaunted her midriff.
Flashing cleavage aplenty, the babe donned a black crossover bra which allowed her to flash a whole lotta chest.
The babe often opts for a comfortable ensemble when she hits the stage rather than her usual day-wear, which proves to be less practical.
After her show, she took to Twitter to share her thanks for her last festival until her next album, with snaps of her outfit – allowing her fans to gush over the look.
One user wrote: “You look amazing, I cant wait for the next album!”
While another followed with: “You always look so good on stage.”
Other fans were enthralled by the fact that she had mentioned an upcoming album, with users getting excited over the thought of new tracks.
Dua Lipa’s stage style differs heavily from her everyday looks, having posted a killer ensemble on her Instagram before the show.
Strolling around Berlin, she stopped for a selfie where she rocked a tie-front green patterned top with a maroon leather-look skirt, partnered with some knee-high snakeskin boots and a black hat.
The look differed heavily from her normal stage outfit, with the babe looking almost unrecognisable in the snap.
While she goes for comfort over glamour when it comes to hitting the stage, the babe always stuns in everything she wears.
Having now teased her next album, her fans are on the lookout already for hints of new tracks and whether we will be getting a sequel to her first album filled with feel good break up anthems.
We can dream, right?