Rita Ora Serves a Triple Dose of the ’70s in Strappy Sandals and Prints

Rita Ora channeled some serious ’70s vibes complete with a modernized take on Farrah Fawcett hair as she ventured to and fro in NYC on July 17. It seems Ora was so into the retro vibe that she wore not one, not two, but three outfits in the same day that resonated with the era.

Ora began her day in a ’70s floral patterned ruffle top and matching bottoms by Chloé. The orange and yellow tones of her look coordinated with orange-tinted Kathy Jeung square-framed sunglasses. She finished the look with silver open-toed sandals by Ferragamo.

Rita Ora wears a chloe top and bottoms in nYC.
Rita Ora’s wore Chloé for her first ’70s look.
CREDIT: REX/Shutterstock

The “Your Song” singer later switched to another print-on-print combo, this time from Emilio Pucci. Ora’s second look featured a psychedelic printed zip-up jacket with coordinating pants. This time, the star wore dark Tom Ford shades and orange Pierre Hardy Skinissimo sandals to play off of the purple, pink, black and orange colors in her ensemble.

Rita Ora wears a psychedelic Etro outfit in NYC
Ora in a psychedelic Emilio Pucci outfit.
CREDIT: REX/Shutterstock

Finally, Ora changed into yet another retro look that centered around a striped fringed dress for a YouTube fan event. The extra-long sleeves of her dress transcended into fringes as well as the bottom hem of her dress, which Ora belted in the center. Her accessories from earlier in the day — the orange shades and silver Ferragamo sandals — reappeared as finishing touches.

Rita Ora wears a striped fringed dress in NYC.
Rita Ora rocked a striped fringed dress in NYC.
CREDIT: REX/Shutterstock

Want more?

Rita Ora Goes Demure & More Celeb Style at Chanel’s Summer Party

Rita Ora Nails Socks-and-Sandals Trend

Rita Ora Brought Sultry Back at the de Grisogono Party in Cannes

TOMS Sponsored By TOMS

Building Business to Improve Lives

TOMS discusses its approach to mental health awareness and female empowerment through impact initiatives in the footwear segment.
Learn More

Access exclusive content