Camila Cabello Flows in Retro-Inspired Purple Dress With Combat Boots – Footwear News


Camila Cabello knows how to nod to the 70s. The ‘Cinderella’ actress was spotted strolling in Santa Monica, Calif. on Tuesday as she celebrated International Women’s Day at the Little Market.

As for the outfit, Cabello donned a flowing, long-sleeved dress that had an abstract print on a sheer overlay that had a vintage ’70s feel. The art is multi-colored and has a crinkled hem. The garment had a high neckline and a seam at the waist to help accentuate the area.

For accessories, Cabello opted for silver hoop earrings and sleek black sunglasses. On her wrists she wore silver bracelets. She carried a black handbag with shiny silver hardware and studs for embellished touches.


Camila Cabello in a flowing abstract print dress paired with black boots in Santa Monica, Calif. on March 8, 2022.

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Camila Cabello, black ankle boots, fluid dress, print, March 8, 2022

Camila Cabello in a flowing abstract print dress paired with black boots in Santa Monica, Calif. on March 8, 2022.

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To top it all off, Cabello opted for a pair of tall black leather boots that came up to mid-calf. The shoes had a round toe design paired with a chunky lug sole for a rugged combat boot look. They also had black laces and a handy zipper inside which makes the shoes practical and accessible.


Camila Cabello, black ankle boots, fluid dress, print, March 8, 2022

Zoom on Camila Cabello’s high black leather boots.

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Cabello has a modern and unique aesthetic. For example, she wore a shimmering silver sheer dress that had a black poofy skirt paired with black leather thigh high boots at the “Cinderella” premiere. And when she’s off duty, she’s donned a sports bra, biker shorts and chunky sneakers for an on-trend athletic ensemble.

The “Havana” singer started making her mark in the fashion industry by starring in campaigns for the Guess brand in 2017, and she’s also starred in campaigns for Skechers.

Browse the gallery to see Cabello’s style over the years.

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