We all know how Rita Ora loves to make a statement with her clothes. Rarely will you find the singer in anything but head turning. She is always a spectacle to watch and we quite enjoy her fashion antics. While majority of her sartorial choices are a little over the top, the songstress has her share of knockout fashion moments. The orange-themed ensemble she slipped into late last month is actually one of them.
After a series of promotions for the day, Rita was spotted arriving at her home still looking fierce and fantastic while decked in a fully coordinated outfit that consisted of a buttoned up blouse from Mario Schwab, orange-paneled culottes (yes, they’re officially back!) from Roksanda Ilincic’s spring 2014 collection, a pair of neon orange pumps, and a matching fur scarf that was trimmed with orange stripes. Whether she hired a stylist or she simply cooked up the ensemble herself, we really don’t know. But we give her props for once again scoring a hit.
Rita Ora arrives at her home after a long day of promotions, March 31, 2014
A closer look at Rita’s fur scarf
How do you like her outfit? Edgy? Cool? Fresh?
We say it’s all of the above. The furry last layer really put a unique spin to her look. Would you agree? Do you fancy wearing her outfit?
Rita’s color-blocked culottes from Roksanda Ilincic are actually available at SSENSE if you want those. They’re quite pricey, though, and will cost you a whole lot of moolah.
If you grab the trousers, don’t forget to channel your inner Rita by wearing it with a striking neck warmer. Rita’s stripe-detailed fur scarf is from Fendi’s fall 2013 collection. It is likely sold out because we could no longer find it online. Fendi worked with mink and shearling for this off-season lineup, so we’re assuming either of the two materials was used on Rita’s scarf.
Fendi scarf seen on the fall 2013 RTW runway
If you want something similar and your budget can take it, Gucci has one. However, you will need to drop a hefty $1300 for it. It is crafted from 100% lapin wool and features Gucci’s signature jacquard lining on the inside.
In any case, it’s springtime already so you really don’t need another fur scarf. You can still get the same coordinated effect by using neutral separates and accessories that are tainted with shots of color. Pick just one bright color to work with. You can start with the scarf and choose the rest of your outfit based on it. Here’s a great red-infused option that will only cost you $30:
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