In case you haven’t checked Instagram in a minute, Harry Styles just revealed the release date for his second album—and the outfit that we can assume will be front and center on the cover. Harry Styles’ outfits are, without question, the best thing to happen to this world since One Direction was formed in 2010, and the singer keeps on blessing us with an endless number of jaw-dropping ensembles. And while Harry Styles doesn’t post to Instagram often, when he does, you better believe it’s all! I! Care! About! (Like, seriously, don’t talk to me right now unless it’s about Harry Styles.) So, of course, when Harry posted photos from his new album “Fine Line,” I knew I had to recreate the already iconic look—but make it plus-size.
“Supersizing” a look (as it’s often called when plus-size people recreate outfits worn on thin celebrities and the like) isn’t always an easy task. But if I’d die for Harry Styles, I certainly will take the time to attempt to create a plus-size version of his ensemble. Decked out in a magenta top and high-waisted wide-leg white pants for his album cover, Harry looks every bit the poster child for ridding the world of toxic masculinity. I get feminine, circus ringleader vibes from this outfit, and it only makes me want to recreate it more.
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At this point, I’m unsure whether I’d rather marry or simply become Harry Styles. Both options are honestly too good to pass up, and you better believe I have imagined all the scenarios while daydreaming. Regardless of my personal affection toward the sweet, sweet Haz, it’s undeniable that his style is out of this world. So, if you, too, want to plus-size Harry Styles’ album cover look, feel free to shop the pieces below. They’re not Gucci (Harry’s fave), but I think the pop star would approve.
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