good thing she’s shopping for a new outfit


Mail Online

She always manages to look to look glamorous, but sadly that wasn’t enough for Mariah Carey on Saturday. The pop diva hit a low note in a bizarre ensemble as she stepped out in Aspen, Colorado, where she is currently holidaying. But thankfully, the singer was shopping for some new additions to her wardrobe and was seen hitting the upmarket stores.

Her floor-length black and white check dress was more than a little reminiscent of a tablecloth. It perhaps wouldn’t have been such an eyesore if Mariah hadn’t paired the frock with a thick bandage belt that was at odds with the dress. The Triumphant (Get ‘Em) star was also sporting a black cardigan and sparkly black scarf.

Mariah and her entourage were seen leaving the Louis Vuitton store after spending a fair amount of time browsing the pricey items, and the star was then seen chatting to fans outside before heading to Ralph Lauren. Although Mariah’s outfit wasn’t entirely snow appropriate, she had been better suited to the freezing weather the day before – if only slightly.

For yet another retail therapy trip the 42-year-old wore a white fur-trimmed gilet over a long-sleeved blue top and jeans. However Mariah couldn’t resist injecting an element of diva style, and slipped on a pair of sky high wedged platform boots in brown suede.

The singer recently shared intimate photos of her family’s pre-Christmas celebrations on her Instagram page. In one snap Mariah lovingly kisses daughter Monroe’s cheek, while in another her husband Nick Cannon, 32, rocks around the Christmas tree in a pair of lamb slippers.

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