Miley Cyrus claims the rights to her most infamous invention – “teenage punk rock reality angst”.

The “Plastic Hearts” musician took to Instagram last night to preview her latest performance rehearsal, going for a cutting edge style in the mix. Her ensemble featured a cut gray suit-style waistcoat with matching cropped pants and ruffled socks; the finishing touch to the ensemble came in the form of low top sneakers with a textured print and contrasting white trim.

Earlier this month, Cyrus showcased another example of his punk rock reality during his July 4th performance. Taking the stage at the Ayu Day Club at Resorts World Las Vegas, the “Wrecking Ball” musician brought her distinctive touch in a touch of patriotic flair. The rockstar-chic look included a cowl-necked leather shirt to match an American flag mini skirt and the return of her wild mullet hairstyle.

To complete the daring look, Cyrus then donned star-coated boots with a leather finish and a knee-length fit.

As for Cyrus herself, the singer is no stranger to a sensational style moment. While best known for her hit albums and box office movies, the former “Hannah Montana” student is also dipping her toes into the fashion and footwear space. She even made a runway appearance at Marc Jacobs’ Fall / Winter 2020 runway show and has also been front row at top brands such as Tom Ford and Saint Laurent. She has also worked with Converse on a series of proud shoe collections.

The Converse collaborator has also been a vegan for years, which has led her to adopt cruelty-free wardrobe pieces often. In fact, at last year’s Met Gala, Cyrus paired a Saint Laurent mini dress with a custom vegan leather version of the brand’s Paige platform sandals. Her other must-have fashion and apparel designers include all the brands that can make her look remarkable – think Versace, Saint Laurent, Alexandre Vauthier, and Azalea Wang, among others.

Check out the gallery for more on Miley Cyrus’ style transformation over the years.


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