Pink's Style Evolution: From the 'Just Like a Pill' Days Through 'What About Us'
P!nk hasn't always been the style rockstar that she is today. From wild, pink-haired punk to sophisticated blonde star speaking out about motherhood and androgyny, see how the legendary singer's fashion sense has evolved over the years.
This gallery was originally published in December 2013 and has been continually updated since.
At the 6th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards in 2000, her baggy jeans, tennis shoes and bizarre, floor-length jacket didn't necessarily scream "red carpet."
P!nk, a.k.a. Alecia Moore, looked like a neon-haired dominatrix at this M.A.C. Viva Glam party in her early days as a star. Though this look is far from "classy", it set Pink apart from her fellow pop stars and established her harder, punk rock style.
At the MTV Icon: Janet Jackson event in 2001, P!nk continued looking edgy in a white knee-length dress with black scribbled writing that showed off her affinity for wearing black heeled boots. Her bubblegum pink hair added a pop of color to this otherwise monochromatic ensemble.
Pink kept it casual at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards in baggy green cargo pants, a fishnet bodysuit, cropped tank top and red fedora. This outfit may be a relic of its time, but this look missed the mark. And, um, where are her shoes?
For the 2001 Billboard Music Awards, P!nk decided to dress like a mermaid caught in a fisherman's net. The strappy, floral sandals and blonde and pink braids added to this look, which was as revealing as it was odd.
Pink's outfit at the 44th Annual Grammy Awards looked like a bachelor party gown awry. The sparkly pink and black bra, hot pink garter and half-pants created a confusing look that was definitely edgy.
Though still early in her fashion evolution, this black jumpsuit at MTV's Icon event honoring Aerosmith was one of the singer's first hits. This all black look, with side cutouts and a lower-than-low neckline, was sexy in all the right ways.
Before winning the award for International Female Solo Artist at the 2003 Brit Awards, P!nk walked the red carpet in this mixed print, draped dress. Her punk-inspired, spiky red hair matched the red in her dress, but that's the only thing that really worked in this look.
P!nk channeled the gothic era in her outfit at the 45th Annual Grammy Awards. The sheer lace number highlighted her leg tattoo and bondage-style heels. Her spiderweb eyes and mohawk topped off this dark look.
Finally ready to mix up her style, the bright colors were in P!nk's outfit and not on her head at the "Charlie's Angels 2" premiere. However, she wasn't exactly radiating style in this pink and purple baggy pastel dress and light purple suede boots.
P!nk's sheer black crop turtleneck and lace and leather skirt at the 2003 World Music Awards wasn't her best look, but it was flattering and she paired the dark leather with a mile-wide smile.
Channeling, well, the devil, P!nk's outfit at the 2003 MTV Europe Music Awards certainly showed that she could be a badass. The shiny red jumpsuit was complete with embellishments on the bust, devil horns and a tail. "Trouble" indeed.
P!nk's tiny top hat and single massive earring certainly framed her face at this Pepsi event in 2004, while her low-cut black and gray gown showcased her more risque side. It may have been a little messy, but the singer wore it with confidence.
At Will.I.Am Music and RBK Group's Tsunami Benefit Concert in 2005, P!nk and then-boyfriend Carey Hart chose comfort over style. P!nk's baggy cargo pants and slouchy red hoodie certainly seemed cozy, though it wasn't the most high fashion choice. If nothing else, this look showed that P!nk has never been afraid to rebel.
P!nk vamped it up at the 2005 American Music Awards, in a sheer black dress and sexy lingerie. The simple diamond jewelery added a level of sophistication, while her black and blonde hair was somewhere between Cruella de Vil and a high fashion femme fatale.
At the TV Week Logie Awards in 2006, P!nk stunned is this long gold satin gown with a sparkly black bodice. Mixed with her sleekly styled blonde hair and pink pout, this look called back to classic Hollywood glamor and marked the beginning of a new, chic era for her red carpet style. Thank goodness!
May 2006 found Miss Moore looking casual and cute at MTV's "Spankin' New Sounds of Summer" music week. Though her hair was blonde and curly, the floral top and pink skirt reminded viewers of her moniker in all the right ways. Her seemingly always-present black boots gave an extra kick of rock 'n' roll style.
In February 2007, P!nk showed up to a Miss Sixty fashion show in this denim dress and strappy black and yellow heels. The design was also by Miss Sixty, of course, and gave off a very casual vibe while showing off her signature toned bod.
At the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in 2007, P!nk displayed a previously unseen level of sophistication in this beaded black Herve Leger gown. With a smokey eye and simple jewelery, the "Missundaztood" singer was starting to show her classy, mature side.
P!nk's lacy white gown and spiky white hair at the MTV Australia Video Music Awards in 2007 showed off her ultra-buff arms, chest and back. Clearly a step in her transition from a wild punk to fashion superstar, this outfit did just as many things wrong as it did right.
At a 2008 taping of "FNMTV," P!nk looked sharp and put-together in a simple brown leather jacket and white jeans. She missed the mark a bit with a striped hat, but still showed off her developing style.
P!nk's boldly striped Alexis Lamontagna red carpet gown at the 2008 MTV VMAs showcased her ability to be classic and edgy at the same time. Her spiky white blonde 'do added to masculine energy of this look, but the long stripes were flattering and played up her fabulous figure.
This incredibly bright blue, structured jacket was just as striking as P!nk's performance of "So What?" at the 2008 MTV VMAs. From the high collar to her wedge black boots, P!nk once again mixed punky edge with class, creating a memorable look in addition to a memorable performance.
Miss Moore showed off her softer side at the 2008 ARIA Awards in Sydney, Australia. This long white Grecian gown (which seemed to perfectly match her hair) was the start of her more elegant red carpet looks.
P!nk continued to experiment of mixing her feminine and wild sides at the 2008 MTV European Music Awards in this crinkled, metallic gown. Though it was considered a fashion misstep by bloggers, this dress displayed the P!nk is never afraid to take risks in a classy, fashionable way.
P!nk's "Funhouse" tour costumes were brought to life by designer Bob Mackie. This outfit showed off the singer's fiery side and was used for songs like "Just Like A Pill" and "Who Knew."
P!nk absolutely stunned in this Tony Ward Haute Couture gown at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards in January 2010. The gradual ombre fade from light gray to black through the scalloped layers made for a chic, timeless look. Her sparkling Neil Lane jewelery and Judith Leiber clutch made her shine even more.
At the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's "An Evening With Women" in 2010, P!nk embraced nature with this wild, flowing animal print jumpsuit. Miss Moore also followed suit with her hair, showing off her natural, rarely seen color.
Just a few days after announcing her pregnancy with her husband Carey Hart, P!nk performed an energetic version of "Raise Your Glass" at the 2010 American Music Awards. These embellished black harem pants and shiny gold jacket showed a more urban side of the singer. Talk about a hot mama!
P!nk's daring sense of style landed her a gig as the face of CoverGirl in 2012, and at the presentation of her advertisement, she chose to wear a classic little black dress -- with a twist -- by Norma Kamali.
Though P!nk's shaved blonde hair may have garnered the most discussion at the 2012 MTV VMAs, this full length, intricately beaded Stella McCartney gown should have been the real topic of conversation.