Lily Allen Rocks Her Sneakers On Stage With Dress


Drink in hand, Lily Allen showed off a new look during her concert at The Academy in Dublin last night

She is known for her quirky dress sense and Lily Allen didn’t fail to disappoint. Lily ditched her recent designer glam look for a more casual one when she took the stage in Dublin last night.

The Smile singer wore black tights, a black bubble skirt,  monochrome vest and a thick belt wrapped around her waist. But she topped the look with a pair of downmarket white Reebok trainers.

It was an unusual choice for Lily who has paraded a number of shoes from her huge collection of designer footwear in recent months.

Clearly the five inch heels are taking their toll as she decided on the comfortable option.

Lily was playing The Academy in Dublin and she also painted her fingernails green to embrace St Patrick’s Day… a day early. The 23-year-old kicked off her tour in style on Saturday night by throwing up in front of fans.

Lily decided to ditch her trainers mid-concert

She was sick on the pavement after finishing the first gig of her tour in Glasgow after downing white wine throughout the show. But she soon regained her composure and continued posing for pictures with fans until the early hours of Sunday morning like a true professional.

The singer had wowed the crowds earlier at Glasgow’s O2 Academy
with covers of We’re The Kids In America and Britney Spears’s Womanizer.

She then got on the bus and headed off to her next date in Manchester on Sunday, before traveling on to Dublin for yesterday’s concert. Next stop on the Lily roadshow is the Bristol Academy tomorrow night.

Glamorous: Lily wore a stylish red outfit during her tour’s opening night in Glasgow on Saturday

Source: Daily Mail

“I must say I love how she rocks sneakers with a dress, I plan to steal her look and rock it over the summer while on vacation.”

“Oh So Fabulous!!”

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