Jaden Smith goes to his girlfriend's prom wearing a tux and bell bottoms

Ksenia Novikova
Jun 04, 2018
02:32 P.M.
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The young trendsetter showcases another offbeat look as he escorts his girlfriend to the prom, reminding many of the last time he attended the prom in a dress. 

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Jaden Smith has always preferred to sway from tradition when it comes to his sense of style. And on Tuesday, he gave girlfriend Odessa Adlon’s prom night a modern twist by showing up in an offbeat tux.

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The son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith who looked dapper in his all-blank ensemble delivered a bold fashion statement as he not only matched his coat with bell-bottom pants but it also boasted of silver stitches running across its sides. He completed his look with chunky silver chains and black sneakers.  

Standing next to him in a photo the young actor/singer tweeted, his gorgeous girlfriend complemented his look by rocking an all-black two-piece ensemble. The shimmery number had a crop top that showcased her bare midriff and an embellished black skirt which clung closely to her body revealing her slender physique. 

Jaden explained to his followers in his tweet that he and his girlfriend “Went To Prom” before adding, 

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“The Picture Describes The Experience”

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The 19-year-old’s latest fashion outing shouldn’t come as a surprise to many as he already once shocked the world by wearing a dress to his friend Amandla Stenberg’s high school prom back in 2015. Tossing gender norms out the window that night, he wore a white skirt with a black top and completed the look with a black jacket, black sneakers and white and gold fingerless gloves. 

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Just last March, he defended his bold choices by tweeting,

“If I Wanna Wear A Dress, Then I Will, And That Will Set The New Wave…”

And he did wear a dress not just once but eight times according to Teen Vogue proving his great capacity to empower this new generation to dress freely. 

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