Celebrity Dua Lipa's Neon Maxi Dress Had a Huge Ab Cutout Why wouldn't it? 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 March 1, 2022 @ 06:28PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Photo by Jason Koerner/Getty Images Ahead of her big show tonight at New York City's Madison Square Garden, Dua Lipa toured the venue wearing a retina-searing neon maxi shirtdress that looked like a standard-issue button-up that got blown up to huge, oversized proportions. Of course, Lipa being the fashion-loving girl she is, the dress was anything but standard. The gown's eye-catching color wasn't the only thing ensuring all eyes stayed on her, the cutout over her abs guaranteed that all the attention came her way. Lipa paired the dress with chunky sneakers, a baseball cap, and a bright-colored shoulder bag with chunky green piping. She finished the look with cat-eye shades even though she was clearly indoors. Her Instagram gallery showed off the outfit as she posed in various spots at MSG. "THE GARDEN BABY!!!!" she captioned the shots. Of Course Dua Lipa's Sheer-Paneled Catsuit Is Completely Covered Crystals Lipa is working through the dates on her Future Nostalgia Tour, which has already made stops in Miami, Florida, and Nashville, Tennessee. Along the way, she's been sharing the trip with her followers and showing off her various off-duty outfits, which include everything from oversized puffer coats to tiny cardigans and floral halter tops. While she's all smiles in her latest shots, Lipa's facing some legal trouble, according to Stereogum. Floridian reggae band Artikal Sound System claims that Lipa and her team pulled various characteristics of "Levitating" from its 2017 track "Live Your Life." The group is "asking for profits they may have made off of 'Levitating,' plus damages," though Lipa and her label, Warner Records, haven't released any statements on the matter just yet.