While her prodigious musical talent may have put her on the map, teen pop star Billie Eilish is becoming just as well known for her out-there sense of style.
In an industry famous for its glitz and glamour, the 17-year-old stands apart with her punky, tomboy take on fashion. Her always-surprising looks — which often include hugely oversized sweatshirts and pants, clashing colors and patterns, bold accessories and rare-edition sneakers — are inspiring fellow teen girls to embrace streetwear in a fresh and edgy new way. She is showing that streetwear isn’t just for the boys and that comfortable, loose-fitting clothes can still have plenty of swag.
Eilish described her unique personal style in a 2017 Harper’s Bazaar interview as “pretty weird,” telling the magazine that she likes to dress outside of her comfort zone. “I want to dress in a way that if I was in a room full of people wearing regular clothes, I would be like, ‘Oh, I bet everyone’s looking at me.’ I want to feel that way. That’s my casual.”
And she always stays true to herself: Performing for the first time at Coachella on April 13, Eilish dressed in a baggy hooded sweatshirt emblazoned with the word “Siberia” on the chest and a pair of deep-pocketed cargo shorts adorned with rhinestones. She topped off her look with white Nike Air Force 1 sneakers that were on full display as she jumped around the stage.
Earlier that day, Eilish was spotted scooting around the Indio, Calif., festival grounds in quite the head-turning outfit. Despite the scorching 90-degree heat, she was clad in blue fur pants, paired with a neon-green T-shirt, a Louis Vuitton logo-print leather vest and neon-green sneakers.
Eilish returned to the stage on April 14 to join collaborator Khalid during his debut set. This time, she sported a blue and white Louis Vuitton logo jacket and matching pants, worn with a T-shirt printed with anime character designs. Her fingers were stacked with oversized rings.
While many of Eilish’s clothing looks are one-of-a-kind custom designer pieces, fans looking to emulate her casual-cool style may be in luck. The “Ocean Eyes” singer has hinted that she would like to launch her own fashion line soon, so stay tuned.
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