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Ciara's Matrix festival fashion

Published 06/07/2015

Ciara
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Ciara showed off her toned midriff during her set at Wireless Festival in London.

The Love Sex Magic singer looked like she had walked straight off the set of the hit 1999 Keanu Reeves film in an all black ensemble. The outfit consisted of tight black trousers with leather look detail up to the knee, a tiny crop top, black military boots and a floor length jacket. With shades covering her eyes and her long hair swinging round her shoulders, the 29-year-old looked ready for action.

Later on in her set, the mother-of-one took off her sunglasses and jacket to show off her toned physique to maximum effect. Adding to her fierce look was a slick of bold red lipstick.

Ciara wasn’t the only star to get her midriff out in the British capital. Boom Clap singer Charli XCX also showed off her torso in a black and white zebra print two piece.

The British singer wore a long sleeved crop top with a matching skirt which featured a split level hemline. The garment showed off the 22-year-old’s legs as she teamed it with a pair of black ankle boots and socks.

Charli wore an on trend choker round her neck and completed her jungle Jane look with smoky eyes and a pale red lipstick.

Also flying the flag for Britain at the festival was Jessie J, who wore a pair of high waisted black knickers with a tiny matching bra top featuring cut out detail at the stomach and on the bust area. To cover a little flesh she added an ankle length white shirt style jacket with a pair of calf length black high heeled boots.

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