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Lizzo's Latest Look Takes Grandma-Chic Loungewear to the Next Level

Glamour logo Glamour 4/12/2022 Ana Escalante

Lizzo is truly the only person that can cosplay as a chic grandma and pull it off flawlessly. Case-in-point, the “Rumors” singer's latest look: a Barbie pink fur-trimmed PVC coat, black leggings, and fuzzy floral slides. She is just like me, for real. 

Athlesiure has been celebrities' go-to look for years, but naturally with the COVID-19 pandemic, sweats and slides have become an unofficial uniform for stars on the move. While we typically define Lizzo's style by her flawless ballgowns, jaw-dropping sheer dresses (our favorite spring trend), or cut-out leggings, sometimes hot girls deserve to walk out of the house in a glorified bath robe. 

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Along with the coat and leggings, Lizzo also wore a matching hot pink mask and drop earrings while on her way to the Today show to promote her new size-inclusive shapewear line, Yitty. On the morning show, the singer revealed the name for the label came from a childhood nickname given to her by her aunt, who is her “favorite person on the planet.”

Ranging in sizes from XS to 6X, Yitty was created in collaboration with Fabletics to redefine what it means to feel beautiful without the pain of ill-fitting waist trainers or tummy-tucking bottoms.

“I have spent the entirety of my life trying to change the way that I look or reshape my body,” Lizzo told Forbes. “As if I had to inflict some sort of pain upon it to fit into an archetype or a standard of beauty. I’ve been wearing shapewear—tight-pinching corsets and underwear bottoms—for a very long time, since I was in fifth or sixth grade. It was really painful, and I really felt that it shouldn’t be this way. We shouldn’t be ashamed of our bodies, and we shouldn’t have to wear these contraptions to feel beautiful.”

Yitty is available on April 12.

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