Her album is at the top of the charts, her music sweeps the world, her spirit is contagious. Ariana Grande he rose to fame on Nickelodeon’s ‘Victorious’, then grabbed her own lead role in spinoff show, ‘Sam & Cat’. Overnight she turned from actress to instant pop star with her first single release of “The Way” with Mac Miller in 2014. Since then, Grande’s career has blown up, her style growing along with her. Below we delve into Grande’s style transformation throughout the years.
2013 MTV Music Awards
This event marks the beginning of Grande’s signature fit-and-flare dresses. Her feminine, fun and flirty style accentuates her pop-princess title–emphasis on princess. With her natural brunette hair, Ariana rocks a white mini-dress with a floral, beaded top by Jones and Jones Fashion. This Liberty Julia Dress has a tied bow revealing its open back feature. She completes the piece with classic, nude heels and a simple, white bracelet charmed with a silver heart.
2016 Lipsy Summer Collection
Grande released a fashion line that incorporates her everyday styles, which, at the time, consisted of many matching 2-piece sets. Ariana showed a mature glow-up from her Nickelodeon days. As for her hair, this is when Grande first started to rock her signature slicked-back high pony.
2016 Billboard Music Awards
Grande deserves to be recognized for this straight-off-the-runway Versace gown. Not only does the pop-star look absolutely radiant, she allows the dress to speak for itself.
2016-2017 Dangerous Woman Tour
Grande showed off her fierce side in her Dangerous Woman album. Shiny leather was a “biker thing” until Grande came out on stage with a striking black leather ruffled gown. Her iconic all-leather outfits influenced this bold trend for seasons to come.
2018 Met Gala
Grande kills the 2018 Met Gala in this stunning Vera Wang gown based off the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling.
Grande’s street style is one of her biggest staples as a celeb. She dons oversized sweatshirts paired with classic over-the-knee boots so frequently that thousands of fans (me included) look to copy the iconic look.