Lizzo wears celebrity-adored wet look dress


Lizzo knows how to make a splash.

Over the weekend, the pop star became the latest celebrity to wear one of designer Di Petsa’s see-through styles, aptly dubbed the “wet look” dresses.

On her way to Kanye West and Drake’s free Larry Hoover concert at Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, she put a sexy twist on a see-through design from the label’s Spring / Summer 2022 collection.

Her liquid-inspired look featured a white corset and skirt with the brand’s distinctive draping and stitching technique, which makes the dry recycled mesh feel soaked.

Completing the all-white outfit is the 33-year-old ‘Truth Hurts’ hitmaker, accessorized with a pair of platform sneakers and a small Louis Vuitton bag (though not as microscopic as her iconic tiny handbags).

She is certainly not the only celebrity to dive into the “wet look” trend with Di Petsa pieces created by designer Dimitra Petsa; Stars like Kylie Jenner, Megan Fox, Megan Thee Stallion, Bella Hadid, and Kacey Musgraves – to name a few – have all sported equally pure styles.

Gigi Hadid was one of the first to pose with a sultry look, discovering her baby bump last year in a series of maternity photos before giving birth to her daughter Khai.

Lizzo in a white corset and skirt
She teamed the look with huge hoops and white sneakers.
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“Our goal in fashion is to allow people to get wet shamelessly,” Petsa told Page Six Style of her designs, which are inspired by “the way we treat our bodily fluids” and can take “from three. at eight weeks “. to crafts in his workshop.

Lizzo in a white corset and skirt
The pop phenomenon is one of the many stars who have worn Di Petsa’s designs.
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“If we cry in public, we have to hide it. If we breastfeed in public, we have to hide it. It is this censorship and this feeling of shame that we aim to de-stigmatize through our creations, ”she added at the time. “I wanted to create the vision of a woman empowered by her humidity.”

“Water me”, indeed.


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