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Sunday 4 October 2015

Rita Ora talks tomboy style

Published 13/02/2013

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Rita Ora arrives for The Elle Style Awards 2012 at The Savoy Hotel

Rita Ora likes to sport "boyish looks" with a "feminine" flair, and says white trousers are the perfect attire for "tomboy girls".

The 22-year-old songstress loves shopping in New York City as she always finds "hidden gems".

Teen Vogue joined the star while she explored fashion label Joe Fresh's midtown international flagship headquarters in the city, where she explained all about her go-to wardrobe items.

"I'm such a tomboy girl so it's nice to have a pair of white trousers that I can still feel feminine in. I have the ones that I like the most on; they just go with everything I wear! It's like the boyish look mixed with girlish," she smiled to the fashion publication as she posed in a pair of on-trend tuxedo trousers.

Rita is famed for her edgy style, mixing bold prints and clashing colours with glamorous peroxide waves and sultry red lipstick. The stunning star has listed her must-have items this season.

"I saw some really nice laced shirts I'm going to get. They're sexy because it's a peek-a-boo of your underwear, but it's not showing it all off," she explained.

Rita also likes to mix up her outfits with jewellery. The star will be stocking up on items from Joe Fresh's new range, which will be sure to jazz up her summer outfits.

"The jewellery is great! They have really nice chandelier looking necklaces," she said as she browsed the shop floor.

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