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Ariana Grande’s ‘60s fashion fascination

Published 23/04/2016

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande would wear onesies all day if she could.

Ariana Grande would love to live in the ‘60s so she could experience the fashion firsthand.

The 22-year-old singer regularly indulges in her love for style at red carpet events and A-list parties, but her heart lies with a past decade when it comes to clothes.

“I’d live in the ‘60s. Just for the fashion!” she grinned to Britain’s Hello! Fashion Monthly magazine. “The era has a bit of an edge; fun silhouettes, shorter hemlines and bright colours. There were so many fashion icons too, like Jackie Kennedy, Twiggy, Mia Farrow and Barbarella (Jane Fonda) and The Supremes.”

While her heart may lust after vintage fashion, sometimes her head is in a more comfortable state of mind. Ariana is a big fan of lazing around in comfy clothes, and admits a onesie would be her preferred garment of choice for a day off.

“I’d wear a onesie. How fun would it be if you could just stay in one all day and no would care? They’re so comfortable,” she smiled.

“Alternatively I’d style myself on Audrey Hepburn. I love her classic and timeless look. A bit cliched perhaps, but what girl doesn’t love Breakfast at Tiffany’s?”

The singer takes good care herself, and makes sure she eats a balanced diet. Thanks to her healthy eating regime Ariana boasts and envious figure, and says one key way she stays in shape is with a light breakfast.

“I’d start my day by having a vegan granola parfait with delicious fresh strawberries – I’m a light breakfast eater. And my meal would have to include a great view overlooking the Pacific Ocean in the sunshine,” she said of her ideal start to the day.

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