Smurf Style! Katy Perry Is Back To Her Blue Cartoon-tacular Wardrobe For New Film

30 July 2013

There's no doubt Katy Perry knows how to make a sartorial impact and now that she's promoting the latest Smurf film, for which she voices the female character, her style is verging (even) closer to fancy dress territory.

The 28-year-old joined fellow pop princess Britney Spears on the red (or should we say blue?) carpet this weekend at the ‘The Smurfs 2’ LA premiere and was well and truly back to her Smurf-tastic ways. Katy opted for a Tadashi Shoji cocktail dress complete with a bow-accented belt, a beaded and floral accented bodice and a leather flared skirt topped off with Pedro Garcia ‘Glain’ heels and dainty earrings - all in, yep, blue.

K-Pez is clearly sticking to her tradition of injecting a bit of character – i.e.: a blonde, female cartoon – into her wardrobe, but is she taking literal dressing to the extreme?

 Smurf Style! Katy Perry Is Back To Her Blue Cartoon-tacular Wardrobe For New Film

Katy Perry knows how to Smurf it up

Rewind to 2011 and you'll remember the singer has already hit the headlines for her Smurf-y fashion choices. At the first premiere of the first film, she wore a dress featuring a super short hemline and a sequined design of Smurfette, accessorised with an impressive cartoon-inspired wild nail design.

And in April this year, she wore a trio (yes, three!) blue outfits in ONE day. In a bid to promote the upcoming animated flick in Cancun, Mexico, Katy first wore a vintage-like blue and white striped tea dress, teamed with a floral print headscarf and a giant earring before switching into a royal blue lace skater dress, clenched in at the waist with a black belt, cat-eye shades and a matching blue floral headband. Wanting to continue with her Smurf-themed outfits for the evening, Katy donned a metallic prom dress and posed alongside a blue mushroom. 

So how will she up the ante for the next premiere? She's already dyed her hair a bright cobalt hue in tribute – will it be a blue skin dye next? Probs not considering she's now a US Vogue cover girl and with the eyes of the fashpack (read Anna Wintour) watching more than ever, her Smurftastic style is certainly more sophisticated. Stay tuned for more Smurf Perry coming soon.


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