Fifth Harmony babe, Normani Kordei, never fails to bring it in the girl group’s music videos and on the red carpet. She is always caught out and about with the most bomb streetwear. Normani’s style seems to be inspired by Rihanna and Ciara with a splash of Sarah Jessica Parker! It makes total sense why she puts no limit on the creativity of her stylists and prefers to consistently step out of her comfort zone.
Whether it be an edgy, oversized graphic t-shirt with over the knee boots and a choker or a breathtaking gown with a classic pump, she slays. What we like most about Normani’s style is that she sets the bar very high yet accessible to those who relate and/or are inspired by her fashion preference. She kills looks from designers such as Kenzo, Johnathan Simkhai, BCBG and certainly House of CB, which seems to be a go to of hers.
Normani’s authentic style is unforgettable. With that being said, Normani proves that fashion should inspire a trend but a trend can be here today and history tomorrow. Style is effortless, eternal and should have the ability to speak for you just as any business card can do. In an interview with Styleblazer, Normani stated,
My fashion and sense of style is a representation of who I am or who I may be at that particular moment. I’m so connected with fashion and completely certain of where I want to go and what stories I intend to tell through my clothing. I wouldn’t change anything or steal anyone’s style.
We couldn’t agree more. Check out some of our favorite Normani looks below.
Styled by Kris Cole, the young singer posed for Rolling Out in this gorgeous number.
We loved when Normani rocked a Topshop’s graphic tshirt with suede nude over the knee boots and a choker. Simplicity never looked so fly.
We got nothing but groovy vibes from this look: Chia V Neck crop top ($297) with super flared wide leg pants ($231) and Topshop’s launch platform sandals ($55.) This will be a perfect look for Summer 2017 ladies!
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House of CB seems to be one of Ms. Kordei’s favorite designers. In the photo above, she’s wearing the Hermosa Collar dress with Simmi Camille’s Velvet bucket strap ankle heels. In our best Big Freedia voice “She does not come to play.”
At this year’s iHeart Radio Music Awards she donned a Phillip Plein two piece. Love it!
Which look was your favorite?
Written by: Nishoba Snow