Rita Ora Wears Cap Backwards and Poncho With Boyfriend Jeans

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It’s amazing how Rita Ora can switch from looking sophisticated and elegant to quirky and off-beat with just a change of clothing.

The singer, who has been sporting several nod-worthy outfits of late, stepped out on Wednesday in a rather questionable ensemble.

Rita Ora in a striking and bold striped poncho and a cap worn backwardsRita Ora in a striking and bold striped poncho and a cap worn backwards (Credit: Derek Jarvis / WENN)

It was an unexpected combination of loosely folded-up jeans, black pointy suede booties, a cap worn backwards, round-rimmed eyewear, and a striking and bold striped poncho, making a bold statement and standing out among the crowd.

Honestly, we didn’t know what to think of the outfit. On one hand, it was cozy, laid-back, and kind of cool.

But on the other, it looked like a bad mix, as if she decided to just throw on whatever she found in her closet without any thought.

Rita Ora sports a striped poncho as she heads to Electric Cafe in Notting HillRita Ora sports a striped poncho as she heads to Electric Cafe in Notting Hill, London, on September 17, 2014 (Credit: Derek Jarvis / WENN)

So can you get with Rita’s poncho style, or do you think she simply looks lousy?

We can’t say we love the pairing she put together, but we can appreciate her topper. It’s very colorful and very Mexican-inspired.

In fact, it looks very authentic and may have even been handmade. What we’d like to point out, though, is that it’s really cute. It’s obviously a statement accessory and, therefore, will require little or no decoration.

If we had our way, we’d ask Rita to lose the cap and go for a pair of dark skinny jeans instead. What about you? What style advice will you give the pop star?

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