If you’ve ever imagined yourself sitting across from Harry Styles’ ‘dining room table’, then this cut is for you. Coming in hot with a new date fashion rule, Harry proved that nothing is hotter than wearing a subtly revealing, colorful and loose-fitting crochet top on a summer’s eve.
From Harry’s first steps The X Factor UK scene in his stunningly sequined Coachella jumpsuit, the British boy has proven he’s a style icon who only gets better (and bolder) with age. While we knew Styles was a dating advice expert, having been notoriously linked to Taylor Swift and Kendall Jenner in the past, little did we know he was also the party aficionado.
Taking a break from her 2022 Love On Tour residency at Madison Square Garden in New York, the pop star grabbed a bite to eat at Rubirosa with her pal Olivia Wilde. And, of course, her clothes made a statement as usual. Harry rocked an effortless bohemian look that deviated significantly from his typical Gucci duds. And unlike his custom gig wear, this look is actually pretty wearable for every day (kill Trader Joe’s aisle, honey).
The crooner was pictured wearing a barely visible sheer shirt buttoned low to reveal his bare chest and a handful of tattoos. Wearing nothing underneath, Harry officially announced that summery cleavage is here to stay. Knitted with an interlocking floral weave and strategically placed orange, yellow, purple and pink squares, Bode’s single-neck top was the undisputed star of the show.
Harry paired the homemade ’70s-inspired crochet buttonhole with a pair of loose brown striped pants that gathered over classic white Vans Authentic trainers. Her signature swoopy brunette hairstyle was pulled back with a simple black claw clip, keeping her curly locks out of her eyes. On the jewelry side, the “As It Was” singer chose a gold and silver cross pendant hanging low around her neck.
Bestie, you need this in your closet. That’s why we’ve scoured the internet to find you the best dupes of Harry’s colorful crochet top just in time for your next date night. You can thank us later.
Abby is an editorial assistant at Seventeen, covering pop culture, beauty, life and health. When she’s not busy watching the latest true-crime docu-series, you can find her strolling through Sephora, finding the perfect dress, or jogging with her pup.