Lady Gaga might be known for her Billboard-topping hits, but she is more (in)famous for her weird, over-the-top clothes. Although this is the case, she has attires that are worthy of some applause. Here are several Lady Gaga-inspired pieces that you can actually wear – without drawing the eye of the fashion police.
Shoulder pads were 80’s staples, but Lady Gaga made them famous once again. Her vigorous use of shoulder padded attire is one you should emulate. These are often seen in structured blazers, although there are cute dresses that come with shoulder pads as well.
Colorblocking is one of the most famous fashion trends of today, as seen in this red and orange dress. Worn by Lady Gaga in her Q Magazine photo shoot, this is one of the classiest styles that you can copy from the “Bad Romance” singer.
One of the easy-to-follow Lady Gaga fashions is her Houndstooth attire. This post-interview Garb – which she wore in New York – is a bit too much for anybody, since it is Houndstooth from head to toe. For a classy look, pair your Houndstooth clothes with solid-colored or toned-down pieces.
Even if you cannot bare much like Lady Gaga, you can channel this sultry look by investing in a good bandage dress. Invest in a good style as it can be very versatile – you can take it from work to after-dinner drinks.
This all-black get-up is one of the simplest garbs that Lady Gaga has been seen in. A solid ebony attire is one you can take wherever, from the office to the mall (depending on the pieces you use, of course.) Add some spice to your wardrobe (just like Lady Gaga) by adding attention-grabbing accessories into the mix.
Just as iconic as the quirky Lady Gaga is Michael Jackson, whose fashion style she channeled in the London Fashion Week. Tone down Gaga’s look by ignoring the single bejeweled glove and dressing your office outfit in a white, sparkly blazer. You can even wear MJ’s signature brogues if you are really up to it.
When it comes to fashion icons, you can include Lady Gaga in her list. Just draw inspiration from these fashion police-approved wardrobes to get a unique yet stylish look.