Cardi B Wears The Rainbow At West Hollywood Gay Pride Parade
Rapper Cardi B celebrated Gay Pride month at the first West Hollywood (WeHo) LGBTQ Pride Parade held at the Santa Monica Boulevard last Sunday clad in completely rainbow colored attire.
Cardi was hard to miss from her spot on her float dressed in a body-hugging ankle-length jumpsuit decorated in a bedazzled chevron pattern featuring the colors of the Pride flag.
The sleeveless jumpsuit featured a cross halter cut and a low V-neck, perfect for turning heads and beating the California summer heat at the same time.
Netizens seem to agree that Cardi’s outfit was very fitting and, in a word, celebratory. Her gold accessories did not detract or distract from the strikingness of her jumpsuit, but complimented its vibrancy.
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Cardi wore gold bangles and gold hoop earrings as well as bejeweled and open-toed high heels. However, as the day went on she found herself switching to a more comfortable pair of flat royal blue Dior slides.
Her commitment to detail was also evident in her choice of jewelry, as she sported a charm bracelet from Van Cleef & Arpels adorned with hanging clover-cut stones in a variety of colors.
For her makeup, Cardi paired a muted nude lip with a colorful look on her eyes. She opted for a big winged eyeliner and purple cut crease eye shadow.
Cardi’s fans are no stranger to her seemingly ever-changing hair for different events, and the WeHo Pride Parade proved to be no exception.
The rapper rocked a different hair color— or rather, colors— when she showed up in a platinum, near white wavy bob. It featured, most prominently, multi-colored ombre in hues of pink, purple, blue and green.
Cardi interacted with parade-goers by giving out alcoholic mocha-flavored whipped cream from Whipshots from her float.
Also in attendance of WeHo Pride was Lil’ Kim, Madison Beer, Jojo Siwa and Patrick Starr, among others.
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