Déjà vu!? Iggy Azalea rocked a fashion look that bears a strong resemblance to one of Britney Spears’ most iconic outfits from the early aughts.
The hitmaker posted a photo of herself to Instagram on Wednesday, August 19, wearing a crop top with “SEXSI”— a play on the brand Pepsi — written across the chest.
She paired the shirt with large hoop earrings and posted to show off her impressive array of arm tattoos. Azalea wore her hair up in two buns on the top of her head with loose pieces hanging down in the front.
We can’t talk about this look without talking about when Spears brought the look to life in 2002. She went braless in the pics, which were snapped in Venice beach. The “Oops I Did It Again” singer paired the itty-bitty top with equally tiny jean shorts, rose-tinted sunglasses and a beachy necklace.
According to the Goldin Auctions website, Spears’ actual ‘Sexsi’ shirt was sold for $660. The shirt was designed by fashion designer and wardrobe stylist, Joey Rolon Signature.
Nevertheless, Azalea didn’t mention that her outfit channels Spears in the caption. Instead, she took a moment to thank her fans and update them on what’s coming. “It’s almost Friday and I can’t think of much else but DLNW,” the star wrote in the caption. “I’m so happy to be releasing new music.”
“Being creative is how I keep my sanity, sharing my crazy ideas with you is the bonus!” she added. “Thank you so much for always encouraging & supporting me. 💚”
If you want to recreate the look too, Azalea’s trendy shirt is still available from Fashion Nova for $18. The online fashion store is notorious for selling affordable reproductions of celebrity fashion looks.
The brand’s found itself in hot water for its knock-offs and is often called out by both celebrities and social media-goers. In February 2019, Kim Kardashian slammed the brand for dropping a dress resembling the sexy black gown she wore to the Hollywood Beauty Awards.
“Only two days ago, I was privileged to wear a one-of-a-kind vintage Mugler dress and in less than 24 hours it was knocked off and thrown up on a site – but it’s not for sale,” she wrote on Instagram. “You have to sign up for a waitlist because the dress hasn’t even been made to sell yet. This is a way to get people to sign up for their mailing list and make people believe there is some kind of relationship between me and this fashion site. There is not.”
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