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Ariana Grande Dresses Up Athleisure in a Flowy Skirt & Knee-High Boots

Ariana Grande gave her comfortable attire an elevated seasonal twist today to help promote her newest perfume.

Posing alongside the crystal-inspired bottle of her new signature scent, R.E.M., the “Positions” songstress dressed up a relaxed Alo Yoga black bralette with the flowiest baby blue skirt. Along with a glam makeup look and hoop earrings, Grande topped off the ensemble with knee-high white leather boots. The boots came set atop a wooden block heel for a sturdy base, a style from Swedish brand Anny Nord’s upcoming spring ’21 collection; similar styles retail for $709 online.

Fans can purchase Ariana Grande’s newest scent for $54 at Ulta Beauty.

Most recently, Ariana Grande got in the holiday spirit with an appearance on Mariah Carey’s “Magical Christmas” special on Apple TV last week. For her performance alongside Jennifer Hudson and Carey herself, the former Broadway star opted for a vintage Azzedine Alaia off-the-shoulder dress from the brand’s fall 1991 collection.

The “Victorious” actress then topped off her classic look with platform metallic sandals.

The Grammy Award-winning artist has never been one to shy away from an elevated footwear moment. In fact, the 5-foot-3-inch singer more often than not opts for taller heels and platform lifts in everything from her on-stage looks to her off-duty style. Her previous heightened styles have come from Club Exx, Demonia, Giuseppe Zanotti, Unravel and more top labels.

When she isn’t in boots or heels, the hit musician keeps things casual in Nike Air Force 1 kicks, Crocs clogs and Naked Wolfe chunky sneakers amongst other styles. Her career in fashion extends beyond just a stylish closet, though. She was named the face of Givenchy’s fall ’19 campaign and previously partnered with Reebok to help debut a brand new silhouette for fall ’18.

Click through the gallery to discover more of Ariana Grande’s unbelievable style transformation throughout the years.

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