They love the 90s street style vibe and are always seen wearing the hottest labels. If you want to tap into Rita Ora and her style tribe (we're talking Cara Delevingne, Jourdan Dunn and Rihanna), here is a checklist to guide you through.
1. The Key Item: The Statement Tee This is a trend that shows no sign of dying down, and statement tees are all over the high street, but we are loving Rita Ora's Devon Halfnight LeFlufy Selena Los Angeles men's t-shirt. You can hold of one (on sale) from Opening Ceremony.
2. The Style Tip: Go Big Hang loose. Keep your t-shirts, sweatshirts or dresses oversized. Tight fit is not the way to go. No way, no how.
3. The Go-To Brands: The List Is Endless Start with Vision Street Wear (as seen on Jourdan Dunn below), Brian Lichtenberg, Etre Cecile, Terrible Movement, Filles à papa, MISBHV, Cat Footwear.
4.The Accessories: Bling It Up We're talking 90s-style gold chain jewellery, necklaces, bracelets and hoop earrings. The chunkier the better. Pile it high, Mr T-style.
5.The Vibe: Badass Whether you're head-to-toe in streetwear or just throwing on a bomber jacket, rock it out with bags of attitude.
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Abisoye Odugbesan is a London-based freelance fashion stylist and was previously fashion editor at Marie Claire UK. Abisoye is also the founder of beauty platform Beauty And Style Edit. Her work includes styling fashion and beauty editorials, celebrity dressing, wardrobe and brand consultancy, still life shoots and e-comm.
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