Not only is the Y2K vibe evident in Olivia Rodrigo’s music, but also her taste in fashion.
Heavily influenced by the ‘90s and early ‘00s, the 19-year-old singer is known for having a wardrobe stuffed with throwback styles, and she showed them off at the recently concluded Grammy Awards.
Olivia Rodrigo in Miu Miu
Nicknamed the Y2K revival style icon, Rodrigo arrived at the Crypto.com arena in a minimalist ‘90s slip dress custom designed by Miu Miu.
She went commando in the black number made of sheer fabric, a trend that dominated the 1990s. Her dress featured a cleavage-baring neckline, spaghetti straps, and a form-fitting floor-length silhouette.
Olivia Rodrigo is one of the presenters at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards held at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on February 5, 2023 (Credit: BauerGriffin / INSTARimages)
The Drivers License hitmaker layered the provocative “naked” dress over a black bra and matching underwear for some coverage. She slipped her black pedicured feet into a pair of black open-toe heels for a streamlined finish.
She wore some rings and stud earrings and accentuated her decolletage with the “Big Bean” black lacquer silk cord pendant necklace.
Olivia Rodrigo commands attention in a ’90s see-through sheer black dress with black lingerie underneath (Credit: BauerGriffin / INSTARimages)
Rodrigo was not up for any awards this year, but she took to the stage to present the Best New Artist award, which went to jazz singer Samara Joy McLendon.
For her beauty glam, the Filipino American star opted for a natural look, with makeup artist Nina Park using YSL Beauty to enhance her features. She wore winged eyeliner, mascara, a hint of peachy blush and matching eyeshadow, and a swipe of subtle red lip gloss.
Olivia then wore her shiny tresses in a sleek blowout, done by hairstylist Bryce Scarlett.
Olivia Rodrigo opts for minimal makeup, with mascara and winged eyeliner, and styles her hair straight, cascading down her back (Credit: BauerGriffin / INSTARimages)
Olivia Rodrigo in 16Arlington
Later that evening, Olivia Rodrigo slipped out of her see-through dress and into a sparkling mini while attending Universal Music Group’s Grammy Awards after-party.
Wearing another Y2K look, Joshua Bassett’s ex opted for a black dress decked out in sequins by 16Arlington, a London-based brand founded in 2017 by Marco Capaldo and the late Federica “Kikka” Cavenati.
Olivia Rodrigo joins Universal Music Group’s Grammy Awards after-party in a black 16Arlington sequined mini dress with a front keyhole and an open back design (Credit: Xavier Collin / Image Press Agency / ABACA / INSTARimages / Cover Images)
The $1,393 custom Solaria dress had long bell sleeves, a front-tie closure that created a large keyhole cutout at the chest, an open back, and a thigh-skimming hem.
Olivia went bare neck and simply accessorized with silver stud earrings to allow the shimmering number to do the talking.
Olivia Rodrigo styles her long tresses in loose curls and wore the same beauty look with cat eyeliner and mascara (Credit: Xavier Collin / Image Press Agency / ABACA / INSTARimages / Cover Images)
Looking party-ready, Olivia parted her tresses in the middle and styled them in loose curls. She then wore the same beauty look, with cat eyeliner and mascara.
Olivia Rodrigo completes her retro after-party look with black nail polish and Paris Texas’ Tatiana platform sandals (Credit: Xavier Collin / Image Press Agency / ABACA / INSTARimages / Cover Images)
She completed her ensemble with the Paris Texas “Tatiana” sandals. Available at Shopbop, they are made from glossy patent black leather with a slender ankle strap, a square toe, a thick platform, and a 5-inch block heel.
Paris Texas ‘Tatiana’ Patent Leather Platform Sandals, $700 at Mytheresa
The Tatiana sandals boast a trendy square toe and a slender ankle strap set atop a 5-inch block heel