Gwen Stefani’s High School Promo Photo Is Beautiful


Gwen Stefani recently shared a throwback photo from when she was 17 and she was heading off to high school’s most anticipated event, prom. Stefani wrote about the photo on Instagram, saying: “This is the dress me & my mom made when I was 17, inspired by Grace Kelly’s dress in the movie Rear Window.”

Gwen Stefani channels inner Grace Kelly

The pretty blonde twirled around in the black and white gown she and her mother made. It is inspired by Grace Kelly’s dress from the 1954, Rear Window. It has been noted that the It features a puffy white tulle skirt and a black bodice, with a big black bow in the back and jagged black lines resembling branches jutting from the skirt’s waistline. Young Gwen upped the glamour with a pair of white gloves with a beaded bracelet featuring a black bow on her wrist. She wore her blonde hair very short with feathered bangs.

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Gwen Stefani has been rocking some great dresses over the years. She recently welcomed inspiration from the world of the country for her casual attire at CMA Fest in Nashville. It has been noted that the “Sweet Escape” singer elevated her look by rocking the peekaboo bra layering trend, which several celebs have incorporated into their red-carpet wardrobes as of late.

For the first night of CMA Fest, Stefani rocked an oversized, long-sleeve flannel in shades of green, orange, black and white. The singer got back to her punk rock style with a pair of denim short-shorts and black tights featuring an intricately designed floral pattern.

Beneath Stefani’s flannel, which was only buttoned at the collar, the singer sported an exposed black bra. She accessorized her look with a necklace and tossed her blond hair up in a tight bun.

Alongside Stefani, stars like Machine Gun Kelly and Post Malone also attended the event, wearing similarly styled casual dress. The No Doubt frontwoman posed for photos with the two singers. Stefani’s husband of nearly three years, country singer Blake Shelton, also posed alongside his wife and Malone backstage at the event. Stefani’s style has evolved during her decades-long career. The singer has always demonstrated an appreciation for punk style in part by wearing looks created by designer Vivienne Westwood, who championed the aesthetic, in the past.