Gwen Stefani has established her own signature style over the years with a revolving wardrobe of baggy trousers, cleavage-baring cropped tops and bold hairstyles.
And, on Sunday, the 51-year-old Hollaback Girl singer made a bold statement in a $2,439 fringed puffer jacket by Khrisjoy, which she layered over an army green button-down.
The newly-minted fiancée of Blake Shelton styled her eye-catching ensemble with a pair of plaid trousers and white tights as she arrived to a recording studio in Santa Monica on Sunday.
Quirky style: Gwen Stefani made a bold statement in a $2,439 fringed puffer jacket, which she layered over an army green button-down as she arrived to a recording studio in Santa Monica
As she strode down the sidewalk in her black Christian Louboutin heels, her platinum blonde hair with black dip-dyed ends commanded attention in a sleek ponytail.
The performer further accessorized with a large silver cross and two more delicate chains around her neck on her, but her massive engagement ring was not visible.
Stefani appeared in high spirits on her way to make music, after recently dropping her catchy single Let Me Reintroduce Myself earlier this month.
The performer further accessorized with a large silver cross and two more delicate chains around her neck on her, but her massive engagement ring was not visible
The single, reportedly from her forthcoming fifth studio album, marked her return to pop.
Let Me Reintroduce Myself is a ska and reggae-influenced pop song with multiple references to her early career with No Doubt and her subsequent solo ventures.
At one point in the song, she references her 2004 chart-topping track Hollaback Girl with the line, ‘And it tastes great, I already gave you bananas.’
Bold tresses: As she strode down the sidewalk in her black Christian Louboutin heels, her platinum blonde hair with black dip-dyed ends commanded attention in a sleek ponytail
The singer also makes it clear in the lyrics that she is beginning a new chapter of her career with the single.
She sings: ‘Binge on my music for days ’cause I’ve been here for years.’
The song was first announced on December 4 with a number of posts made to Stefani’s social media outlets depicting the single’s artwork, which features the singer in two separate outfits.
Back at it: Earlier this month, Stefani released a brand new single entitled Let Me Reintroduce Myself
The song has been compared by many critics to be reminiscent of Stefani’s past work with No Doubt, which she commented on in an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
In speaking about the composition of the song, the singer felt that, after much work in the studio, stating: ‘I wanted to go back and make something that was joyful and back to my roots, where it all started.’
She also noted that her time in quarantine with her fiancé gave her time to reflect on her career, and ultimately ignited her desire to record songs that sounded like the ones from her early days as a songwriter.
Going public: The single’s release was first announced by the No Doubt singer on social media
In recent years, Stefani has kept busy with a Las Vegas residency show entitled Just A Girl; the show was situated at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood and ran from 2018 until this past February.
Before the show debuted, the singer released her fourth full-length album in 2017, entitled You Make It Feel Like Christmas, which was inspired by her time spent on Shelton’s ranch in Oklahoma.
The album was reissued with five extra tracks the year afterwards; In January, she released the joint single Nobody But You with Shelton, which eventually peaked at number 18 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Stefani has also served as a coach during various seasons of the reality competition series The Voice; she will be replaced for the upcoming season by Nick Jonas.
Keeping busy: The singer has also served as a coach for various seasons of the series The Voice: she is seen alongside her fellow cast members Blake Shelton, John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson in November