Miley Cyrus' 'We Can't Stop' Music Video: 5 Outrageous Looks


Miley Cyrus - We Can't Stop

Miley Cyrus' style has morphed from Disney princess to scantily clad rock star over the past year. The singer’s newly transformed look is evident in her new music video “We Can't Stop." It’s three minutes packed with pure fashion eye candy. From taxidermy clutches and dancing Teddy bears to tiny onesies and fur jackets, check out our picks for the five nuttiest looks from the Miley’s new video.

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    Grizzly Style

    Miley’s on trend for the summer, striking a pose in a white "West Coast" crop, suspender singlet and pink sunglasses. We can finally get to see this costume in its natural setting after Miley teased us by posting this look on Twitter earlier this month, Although, the giant dancing stuffed bears don’t really clear much up.

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    Miley’s a Barbie Girl

    Miley takes a style note from Iggy Azalea's "Work" video, rocking the same ultra sexy sheer black bathing suit complete with strategically-placed palm tree accents. The singer’s style is so chic even Barbie wants to get in on the racy swimsuit.

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    Modern Marilyn

    Covered in an oversized white fur coat and red lipstick Miley goes vintage chic, channeling the bombshell style of Marilyn Monroe. The singer also spawned a new trend: a taxidermied lamb clad in gold sunglasses is a statement accessory.

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    Projected Threads

    Like Rihanna in her “We Found Love” video, Miley works it in front of an abstract projection while rocking a denim overall romper and sleeveless t-shirt paired with a graphic scarf tied around her waist.

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    Street Chic

    Miley rocks an urban chic look clad in a Jil Sander birdcage veil beanie, a mesh crop top, matching shorts, white sports bra, and gold bling in the form of gold nail art, a choker, and rings. We can totally see the singer sporting this look on an average day.


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