December 05, 2020
Teyana Taylor showed off her unique sense of style in a recent post on Instagram. The singer looked cool posing in an all-gray ensemble that featured a bulky gray jacket and furry boots.
Teyana Taylor has been a fashion trendsetter ever since she first appeared on the hit MTV show "My Super Sweet Sixteen." While the singer has matured since her teens, her sense of fashion has only elevated.
In a recent post that she shared on her Instagram page, Taylor proved that she can dress for any occasion, no matter the weather. She indicated the cold weather with a cold face emoji.
In the trio of pics, Taylor was standing in front of a large gray vehicle with blue, black, and white stripes. The singer was looking down with one hand rested on her forehead, the other holding her waist.
Her outfit was a cozy mix of gray sweatpants and a hooded sweater with a puffy jacket to match. Her head was covered with a matching knit hat. Her furry boots stole the show with criss-crossed laces across the front.
The other two posts revealed a better look of the outfit, showing that the sweater had the words "ESSENTIALS" printed on the front and labeled on top of the hood.
Fans couldn't resist commenting on the stylish outfit and headed for her comments section. One person wrote, "Why you gotta slay our lives like this?" Another gushed, "I love the way you dress."
Taylor has been turning heads with her fashion choices for a long time. Just weeks after she gave birth to her second child, Rue Rose Shumpert, she blew fans away with her fit physique in a gray figure-hugging dress.
The young mom welcomed her second child in a water birth at home shortly after her baby shower, where she rocked a classy red long-sleeved dress and flat sandals to match her fiery red hair.
Taylor's sense of style expands beyond her wardrobe. The "Google Me" singer also took her stylish ideas to her home, where she designed a truly one of a kind dining room.
The singer recently revealed her two-dimensional living room. The black and white room, designed with the help of two artists and set designer, Mary-Kate Wightman, looked like it came straight out of a comic book page.
In the meantime, Taylor, 29, who released her third album "The Album" in June, has been causing a stir on social media after she criticized the Grammy Awards for only nominating male artists in the R'n'B category.
The singer's fans agreed that the recording academy had the female artists, citing that artists like Kehlani, Brandy, and Summer Walker should have been included in the category.