Celebrity Dua Lipa Paired a Tiny Floral Halter Top With Huge Pants Find someone who loves Y2K style more than this girl. By Christopher Luu Christopher Luu Instagram Twitter Christopher is a Southern California-based editor and has been with InStyle since 2018. He covers all things entertainment, celebrity, and culture. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on February 8, 2022 @ 02:39PM Pin Share Tweet Email Dua Lipa is in Miami prepping for the first night of her Future Nostalgia Tour and giving her followers a photo dump that's relatable and a little bit retro. In a few of the snaps, Lipa shows off food pics and cocktail shots like any other self-respecting Instagram pro, but one of her two outfits is giving fashion fans a major dash of nostalgia. In a few of the images, Lipa wears a pair of baggy black pants with a grommet-embellished belt. The rave staple was usually paired with a fishnet top and candy jewels during the heyday of rave fashion in the '00s, but Lipa stepped it up and added an intricate pink floral halter top reminiscent of the butterfly halters that were beloved by diva-voiced pop stars of the day, including Christina Aguilera and Mariah Carey. But the attention-grabbing outfit wasn't the only ensemble she showed off. In another image, she wears a floral-print string bikini (she's no stranger to swimwear) as she soaks up the Florida sun. She finished that poolside outfit with a pair of tiny, narrow shield sunglasses and a pair of braided pigtails. Dua Lipa Paired a Thong Bikini with a Sheer Beach Coverup Lipa's tour is set to take her across the globe until July and it's the first chance that she'll have to perform the tracks for fans in person, since she released her latest album during the COVID-19 pandemic. There's no word yet on what sort of looks she'll be sporting on the outing, but knowing her penchant for Blumarine butterflies and Versace everything, there's no way fans will be disappointed. '"I worked on this album for so long," she said during an appearance with Stephen Colbert. "I was very passionate about it. I was very proud about it as well. It was a body of work where I finally felt like I'd found my confidence and who I was really as an artist and a songwriter."