Celebrity Miley Cyrus Miley Cyrus Rode a Tractor in a Sparkly Gucci Jumpsuit and Sky-High Platform Boots "Save a tractor. Ride a hottie." By Alicia Brunker Alicia Brunker Instagram Alicia Brunker is a freelance writer who covers celebrity, royal, and fashion news for InStyle.com. She joined InStyle's digital team in 2017, and previously contributed to ELLE, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and WWD. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on August 1, 2021 @ 11:55AM Pin Share Tweet Email Miley Cyrus always makes a bold style statement no matter the occasion — whether posing on her dad's truck for a NSFW photoshoot, lounging around the house, or…driving a heavy piece of machinery. Yep, that's right — on Saturday, Miley climbed behind the wheel of a tractor wearing the most over-the-top outfit imaginable. Fresh from her performance at Lollapalooza this week, the singer took several snaps atop the four-wheeler in the same outfit she wore on-stage: a red sparkly Gucci jumpsuit that featured a wide belt with the "GG" logo, crystal-studded zippers, and a statement collar. She accessorized with sky-high platform boots and hoop earrings. @mileycyrus/Instagram "Save a tractor. Ride a hottie," Cyrus captioned a slideshow of behind-the-scenes images, including a cute snapshot with her mom, Tish. Miley Cyrus Is Embracing Hot Girl Summer With String Bikini Selfies In another post, Miley revealed that her suit and boots were custom and flown in directly from Italy. "@Gucci went 🍌 on this look!" she wrote. "The suit & boots were hand flown from Italy & delivered personally to me! THAT'S CUSTOM! @alessandro_michele FuUuUuUcK & the audience last night had enough energy to fuel a rocket! 🚀 I love you! 🤘🏻." Miley headlined the first day of the festival, and her two-hour set consisted of her greatest hits from the past decade, including "Malibu," "See You Again," "Party in the U.S.A.," and "SMS Bangerz." The latter was accompanied by a flashing sign that read, "#FreeBritney," and by the song's end, the crowd erupted into a chant in support of the pop star. Now, that's how you put on a concert.