Britney Spears Leaves a Store in a Low-Rise Tracksuit
Leaving a store in a low-rise tracksuit? That’s what Britney spears did last week in New York. And she looked quite stunning in the outfit.
Versace wedding dress
Earlier this month, Britney Spears and her fiance, Sam Asghari, tied the knot in Los Angeles. Their wedding was a star-studded affair, featuring guests like Paris Hilton, Drew Barrymore and Selena Gomez. After the ceremony, the couple hosted a reception at their home in Thousands Oaks, Calif.
Spears wore a custom off-the-shoulder dress designed by Versace. The white silk cady gown featured a portrait neckline, a front leg-slit, and pearl buttons down the back. It took seven hundred hours to complete, according to Donatella Versace. The look was complemented by pearl-beaded fingerless tulle gloves and matching white satin pumps.
The dress was hand-sewn by Atelier Versace tailors. The veil was made of four and a half meters of silk tulle, and was trimmed with silk satin. The dress also featured a deep V-shaped leg slit. The veil added five feet to the 10-foot train.
Spears wore bridal jewelry designed by jeweler Stephanie Gottlieb, including 62 carats of diamonds. Her diamonds were arranged in a two-tier stack. According to Gottlieb, the bands are two carats each, and there was no inscription on them.
Donatella Versace also shared a video of the dress making process. She said the wedding dress took 700 hours to create, and there was a three-meter train. The dress was made of delicate white silk cady with a portrait neckline, off-the-shoulder straps, and a daring leg slit.
Versace performance ensembles
During her recent wedding to Sam Asghari, Britney Spears wore three Versace performance ensembles. Her wedding was held on Thursday, June 9, and the two were married in Los Angeles. Asghari, a former dancer and choreographer, is the singer’s real-life fiance. The two first met while filming the “Slumber Party” music video.
Britney wore a white silk cady gown with a plunging neckline, a dramatic V-shaped leg slit, and a ten-foot train. The gown took 700 hours to create. It was said that the designer, Marko Monroe, said the look was inspired by Madonna and Whitney Houston.
The dress was also said to be one of the most expensive Versace designs of all time. It was handcrafted by Versace tailors and took 700 hours to make. The dress featured a pleated front, dramatic V-shaped leg slit, capped off-the-shoulder sleeves, and a three-meter (10-foot) train. It was also adorned with black beading and 62 carats of diamonds.
Britney also wore a Versace two-piece outfit for her wedding. It included a black leather hat, white pants, and a stretchy mini skirt. The outfit was adorned with tear-drop earrings and a tennis bracelet. She also wore a matching white choker.
Britney’s bridal makeup was done by British makeup artists. Her hair was styled into a ponytail and she wore a pink bikini string underneath the Versace tuxedo jacket. She accessorized with a white choker, a ’90s-inspired choker, and sheer gloves.
Leaving a store wearing a low-rise tracksuit
During the early aughts, Britney Spears ruled the fashion world in the low-rise jeans and Juicy Couture tracksuit departments. She mastered the art of combining denim and velvet. At her wedding, she decked out the entire bridal party in custom tracksuits.
As the pop princess of the early aughts, Britney Spears was one of the first to take advantage of the Y2K craze. She wore a white lace top with floral embroidery and ruffled trim. She also wore a low-rise velour Juicy Couture tracksuit, a ritzy white gown, a floppy brown strappy sandal, and tinted sunglasses. During her time as a celebrity, Spears was also friends with Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling, and Christina Aguilera.
Britney’s performance ensembles were a sight to behold. The octopus was her go-to piece, as was the white lace wrap blouse she wore during her 1992 Barcelona basketball “Dream Team” performance. Her signature sartorial choices also included the layered necklaces and kitschy slogan tees. She also wore the red Versace greca pattern on her red Versace sunglasses.
There was a time when tracksuits were an athletic staple, but they quickly became a fashion mainstay. It was not until the 2008 financial crisis that tracksuits went the way of the dodo. As a result, consumers turned more to affordable clothing. During the noughties, high fashion designers also opted for the nipple-grazing pants.