Miley Cyrus is nodding again to her days as “Hannah Montana” together with her newest look. In the present day, the previous little one star, now 30, has an unconventional, boundary-pushing method to fashion — however she hasn’t forgotten her sartorial roots, particularly from her Disney-star period. Just lately, Cyrus took to Instagram to announce her new single “Used to Be Younger,” set to launch Aug. 25. Within the video teaser, she previews a style look that harkens again to her “Hannah Montana” days with a Mickey Mouse shirt.
As she emerges from a black display into the sunshine, Cyrus is seen in a black and white Mickey Mouse muscle tank layered beneath a crimson strapless sequin corset bodysuit displaying off her many arm tattoos. She completed the look with black mesh cropped leggings, completely embracing the no-pants pattern. Later within the video, she seems in an LBD with a cowl neckline as she sits down for an ABC interview the place she recounts particular moments from the primary 30 years of her life. Cyrus paired each ensembles with silver sequin split-toe heels, and her blond and dark-brown highlights have been styled in unfastened waves. “This music is devoted to my loyal followers,” she captioned the submit. “I really like YOU for loving each model of ME. At all times, Miley.”
The “Jaded” singer has loved a number of different noteworthy style moments as of late. In June, she posed in an array of showstopping appears for British Vogue, together with a cutout Alaïa bodysuit with a caged jacket and a inexperienced Prada bra-and-miniskirt set. Cyrus additionally continues to place her love for archival style on full show, showing in classic minidresses, sequin frocks, and bodysuits — in addition to a gold Saint Laurent gown from 1991 for her “Flowers” music video.
The singer’s “Used to Be Younger” visible will possible incorporate related classic style items, in addition to nods to her earlier fashion eras, from “Hannah Montana” to “Wrecking Ball.” See Miley Cyrus’s appears from the “Used to Be Younger” teaser forward.