Pink looks edgy in white button down with combat boots and wide brimmed hat as she dines oceanside with her family at Nobu Malibu
She is known to have a daring sense of style on and off stage.
And singer Pink, 41, proved she could edge up even a simple white dress as she grabbed dinner with her kids Willow, 10, and Jameson, four, at Nobu in Malibu on Wednesday.
The So What singer was seen strolling into the famed sushi joint in a button down and platform combat boots with a black hat.
Family outing: Pink was joined by her two kids Willow, 10, and Jameson, four, for dinner at Nobu Malibu on Wednesday evening.
Pink — real name Alecia Moore — wore an oversized collared shirt that doubled as a dress and very high platform boots.
Her icy platinum hair was tucked underneath a wide brim hat and she carried both her phone on a chain and a black purse as she entered the oceanside eatery.
She continued to accessorize the look with silver jewellery which included a few linked chains around her neck and some bracelets with large hoop earrings.
The What About Us singer was joined by her little ones — who she shares with husband Carey Hart — as Willow wore a dress and Jameson was seen in a tropical set with palm trees on it.
Both kids rocked face masks and pink was seen carrying one on her wrist as to not cover her red lips until needed.
Dinner look: The So What singer’s look included platform combat boots and a wide brimmed hat with a white collared shirt that she wore as a dress
Breather: Slipping her hat off she revealed her platinum locks which were loosely styled with product
Recently Pink made headlines amid the ongoing Tokyo Olympics as she publicly threw her support behind the Norwegian Women’s beach handball team who opted to wear shorts instead of the mandated bikini bottoms.
The decision caused them to be fined roughly $1,768 by the European Handball Association’s disciplinary commission for ‘improper clothing’ which prompted Pink to speak out on Twitter.
‘I’m VERY proud of the Norwegian female beach handball team FOR PROTESTING THE VERY SEXIST RULES ABOUT THEIR “uniform”. The European handball federation SHOULD BE FINED FOR SEXISM. Good on ya, ladies. I’ll be happy to pay your fines for you. Keep it up,’ she wrote.
Despite the singer’s generous offer to pay, the Norwegian Handball Federation covered the fines but the team did thank Pink as they wrote on their Instagram account ‘Wow! Thank you so much for the support.’
On their terms: The Norwegian Women’s beach handball team opted to wear shorts instead of the mandated bikini bottoms in protest of the sexist uniform
Speaking out: The decision caused them to be fined roughly $1,768 by the European Handball Association’s disciplinary commission for ‘improper clothing’ which prompted Pink to speak out on Twitter and offer to pay the fines for them