Best Fashion Instagrams of the Week: Paloma Elsesser, J Balvin, Dua Lipa, and More

Paloma Elsesser has been looking super chic this week, per usual. The model put together a fabulous outfit courtesy of Uniqlo’s collaboration with Marni. Elsesser, who was down in Miami, posted the following saucy image: A knotted T-shirt, a blooming floral-print skirt, striped socks, and kicky metallic blue pumps. We love!

Also flexing their fashion muscles was J Balvin. After the Balenciaga show on Sunday, the Colombian singer posted his outré outfits. He showed off four looks: a pair of XXL cargo flares, a larger-than-life black cargo skirt adorned with metal O-rings, a midi skirt, and of course, a mini skirt. He topped off each of these looks with a Tupac T-shirt, colorful socks, and high-top sneakers. He captioned the slideshow with: “Cual es tu estilo favorito ? de los 4 estilos . 1. 2. 3 .4,” which in English translates to “What is your favorite style ? of the four styles. 1. 2. 3 .4”. For Balvin, all four!

For her performance in Milan, Dua Lipa opted for a fresh mini skirt, itty-bitty top, and knee-high boots from none other than Versace and Fendi aka the Fendace. That’s truly amore!

Finally, Machine Gun Kelly knows his way around a statement-making look. The musician announced his tour starting in two weeks by sharing a photo of himself wearing a pair of highlighter pinky high-waisted pants, a lace black top, and a pair of white lace-up shoes. Of course, Kelly, who loves a great accessory, opted for a string of pearls around his neck.

Here, see the best fashion Instagrams of the week.

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