Lizzo wears wedding dress to run into the ocean

Photo credit: Getty Images

Photo credit: Getty Images

Lizzo is known for her creative, fearless approach to fashion. Whether it’s spiral pasta-inspired nails, Balenciaga’s viral yellow caution tape catsuit or cutout, chaps-style leggings, she’s always pushing style boundaries.

This summer she’s also been giving us some amazing hot weather looks, from a stunning hot pink Barbiecore bikini to a lace bodysuit and sporty underwear pics. And all of this fashionista action happens alongside a hectic career: managing her shapewear brand lizzo-shapewear-yitty/” data-ylk=”slk:YITTY” class=”link “>YITTY and releasing music, like this year’s “Grrrls”.

Busy, right? Recently, however, it looks like she’s finally taken a break for some much-needed rest and relaxation. Her most recent social media posts show her posing in a range of stunning bikinis and shades, enjoying a holiday in the middle of the ocean. On TikTok, she even posted a video detailing some of her vacation highlights, including driving a boat, finding a bar in the middle of the ocean and frolicking in the sand.

Her holiday content took a surprise twist last night (12 August) when she posted a totally unexpected fit on her Instagram and TikTok. Specifically, she posted a video of herself in a white, full-length dress with a lace bodice and sleeves running into the ocean. Yep, we know what you’re thinking. This sounds suspiciously like a wedding dress, right?

Well, Lizzo wasn’t doing anything to deny that suspicion – far from it. On Instagram, her cryptic caption said “DID I SAY YES? 👀” while her TikTok caption, replying to a fan commenting “Was that a wedding dress?” was “WHAT WEDDING DRESS? 👀”.

A lot to unpack here: did Lizzo secretly get married? If that’s the case, why would she get her wedding dress wet by running into the sea while wearing it?

Who knows, but the main thing is that Lizzo seems to be having the time of her life and that’s definitely something to celebrate…

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