Get The Look: Katy Perry

Get the look: Katy Perry

From the front-row to after parties, pop sensation Katy Perry has always been on our fashion radar. The songstress is renowned for her bold, distinctive fashion choices – from her leopard print dress at the 2013 MTV VMA Awards to her smurf-blue hair paired with a Zuhair Murad beaded mini for the 2010 MTV Movie Awards – and last week’s wardrobe selections were no different. Having closed the Itunes Festival at Camden Roundhouse on Sept. 30, she roared onto the scene in this fabulous fur jacket, sheer tights and buckled ankle boots. With her brunette locks fashioned playfully in school-girl pigtails, the singer effortlessly rocked the party look, contrasting her pale skin with scarlet red lips and giant lashes.

The following evening, the 28-year-old singer sat in the front-row of Chanel’s SS14 show at Paris Fashion Week, alongside other guests including Rita Ora, Vanessa Paradis, Kate Upton, Stacy Martin and Vanessa Paradisi. Katy opted for a more sophisticated look, supporting the designer with a head-to-toe Chanel ensemble, including a black-and-white floral dress featuring a scoop neck and black waistband which accentuated her curvaceous frame, black and silver Chanel Lego bag, diamond jewels, a sleek bun and luscious pink lips. She was the perfect advocate for the brand, looking classy and chic. Perry also aspires to don the label for the video of her next single from her album “Prism,” coming out this month.

As much as we liked Katy’s classy fashion show look, we love her rock star persona even more– goth lips and all. With pieces from Darling, Jellypop, & MAC, you can now steal her look and recreate the rock-star style without breaking the bank.

How to get Katy Perry's look

Get Katy Perry’s look here:

Jacket – Darling – $152 –

Booties – Jellypop – $60 –

Lipstick – MAC – $22 –

Natasha Matthewman

Natasha Matthewman is the Lifestyle Editor for Your Coffee Break. Self-confessed tea addict, lover of literature, the seaside, sunshine and blogging, she aspires to put her English Literature and Creative Writing degree towards a career in publishing. When she isn’t writing, she is visiting the theatre, reading a good novel and planning to travel the world.