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Harry Styles has always embraced fashion. Whether it's funky white YSL sunglasses or an almost fully unbuttoned Hawaiian shirt, the boy bander-turned-solo artist enjoys experimenting with his look. On Friday, Styles delighted us all when he appeared at BBC Radio 1 in a red and white checked suit with black high-heeled Gucci Loafers and slicked back hair, then later reappeared in an equally bold getup. While we discussed his first look at length yesterday, the second, less-known ensemble from later in the day warrants its own discussion. Equal parts Kill Bill and Curious George's Man in the Yellow Hat, the ensemble centered around hip-hugging yellow flared pants with track-inspired black stripes down the side. Styles complemented his brightly-colored lower half with a black shirt and black shoes.

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ICYMI: The tablecloth-esque earlier style is displayed below.

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On the release day of his debut album. Harry wore another of his now-signature plaid suits. But it's not the red-and-white pattern that caught our eyes. The singer wore heeled Gucci loafers for a little lift.


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Indeed, costume changes, much like singing or being ridiculously charming, come naturally to Styles. Earlier in the week for his Today show performance, Styles showed off his skills in a bubble gum pink suit.

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Fans know pink is not an out of character choice for the singer. Style's album cover art features him soaking in a pink bath and during One Direction's last tour ever, Styles frequently donned a hot pink and white polka dot button up.

We can't wait to see what Harry will wear when he hits the road for his sold-out tour. If these looks are any indication of what's to come, we're in for a lot of color. Here's an artist who really lives up to his name!