When you know you’ve really nailed the dress code. Picture: AFP Photo/Daniel Leal-Olivas

Rita Ora’s truly bizarre red carpet look

Rita Ora has turned plenty of heads with her bold look on the red carpet at a British radio gala.

The Let You Love Me singer arrived at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball in London dressed in an outfit which appeared to be sponsored by Magna-Doodle*.

(*Unverified.)

Tag yourself: no, literally, you can draw on this dress. Picture: Joe Maher/Getty Images

Tag yourself: no, literally, you can draw on this dress. Picture: Joe Maher/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images

To be fair, the scribbles are incredibly neat. Photo: Joe Maher/Getty Images

To be fair, the scribbles are incredibly neat. Photo: Joe Maher/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images

The outfit chosen by Ora, 28, was a piece from the Moschino Spring ’19 collection, and featured a mini-dress, huge bow with a train, gloves and stockings — which all bore the same unique black and pink scribbles.

She wore her hair in Marilyn Monroe-inspired platinum curls.

It’s called fashion, look it up. Picture: Joe Maher/Getty Images

It’s called fashion, look it up. Picture: Joe Maher/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images

Kind of looks like the designer used two giant highlighters. Picture: Joe Maher/Getty Images

Kind of looks like the designer used two giant highlighters. Picture: Joe Maher/Getty ImagesSource:Getty Images

It may have been bizarre, but this latest get-up was far from the pop star’s most controversial look in recent times.

Late last year, Ora confused everyone by showing up at the MTV Europe Music Awards wearing an actual bathrobe.

The bathrobe even had a train — which, in an actual bathroom, would be a real hazard. Picture: Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for MTV

The bathrobe even had a train — which, in an actual bathroom, would be a real hazard. Picture: Andreas Rentz/Getty Images for MTVSource:Getty Images

She may have forgotten to change into real clothes, but at least she’d managed to put on some jazzy embellished stiletto heels, which she’d matched with Lorraine Schwartz diamond jewellery worth more than 0 million, and a white fluffy towel wrapped around her head.

Obviously.

When you know you’ve really nailed the dress code. Picture: AFP Photo/Daniel Leal-Olivas

When you know you’ve really nailed the dress code. Picture: AFP Photo/Daniel Leal-OlivasSource:AFP

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