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Olivia Rodrigo attended “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes” Q&A on Wednesday in Los Angeles. Rodrigo, who wrote the song “Can’t Catch Me Now” for the film, sat on a panel alongside fellow musician Daniel Nigro.
For the panel, the “Vampire” star sported a pair of shiny black slingback pumps. Accompanied by sheer black tights, the sleek and neutral footwear was comprised of high-shine vinyl uppers accompanied by large decorative buckle adornments on the triangular toes. Said buckle adornments offered the shoe silhouette a touch of interest, diversifying it further.
Thick straps situated through buckle closures wrapped around the star’s heels, hence the slingback silhouette, keeping the footwear in place. 2 to 3-inch stiletto heels rounded out the look, offering Rodrigo a subtle boost in height. The neutral footwear offered the hitmaker’s ensemble a neutral and sophisticated touch while complimenting her ensemble.
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Speaking of ensembles, Rodrigo was outfitted in a polka-dotted white and black Alessandra Rich minidress. The garment was comprised of a halter-style high neckline accompanied by bow accents. Additionally, the dress was sheer in certain places and sleeveless. Accompanying her ensemble, the “Deja Vu” songstress wore a variety of shiny silver jewelry accompanied by a bold red lip. The hitmaker’s dark tresses were slicked back into a low bun, snatched back and out of her face.
When it comes to shoes, the “Brutal” singer frequently wears pairs that complement her edgy style. Black leather boots by Dr. Martens, Naked Wolfe, and Magda Butrym are some of her go-to styles, as well as sneakers by Vans and Converse. Her off-duty footwear also includes chunky platform boots, brogues, and slides by Miu Miu, Simon Miller, and T.U.K. For more formal occasions, she can be seen in heeled styles by Giuseppe Zanotti, Nicholas Kirkwood, Nodaleto, and other high-end brands.