Tinashe, the R&B 'It' Girl on a carpet for Bet Awards 16
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Tinashe's Style Evolution, From ‘90s-Inspired Tomboy To R&B 'It' Girl

Her personal style has evolved just like her music.

In 2014, singer Tinashe's "2 On" was an R&B hit and took the industry by storm. On the red carpet, her personal style has evolved from baggy pants and bikini tops to LBDs and mini dresses. Ahead, see how her best fashion moments have transformed over the years.

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2014, BET Awards

Wearing a black oversized jumpsuit with a black bralette underneath with plenty of layered chunky gold chains to the 2014 BET Awards.

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2014, Soul Train Music Awards

Arriving to the 2014 Soul Train Music Awards in a black bra and boxers underneath a black cropped tailored suit with her pants hanging just below her waistline.

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2015, CFDA Fashion Awards

In 2015, wearing a graphic oversized jumpsuit by Public School to the CFDA Fashion Awards.

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2015, amfAR Gala

Wearing a silver sequined mini dress and matching sandal heels to the amfAR Gala in 2015.

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2015, BET Awards

Attending the 2015 BET Awards in a vintage Atelier Versace outfit.

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2016, Time 100 Gala

At the Time 100 Gala in 2016 wearing a mini black slip dress by Alexander Wang.

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2016, MTV VMAs

Wearing a red satin set by Juan Carlos Obando to the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.

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2016, BET Awards

At the 2016 BET Awards wearing a black sheer lace dress by Philipp Plein.

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2016, iHeartRadio Music Festival

Channling '90s-tomboy vibes in a black choker, white cropped top, black tear-away sweatpants, and a pair of Adidas sneakers.

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2016, American Music Awards

Wearing a tulle gown by Michael Costello to the 2016 American Music Awards.

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2017, Grammy Awards

At the 59th Grammy Awards in 2017, wearing a cut-out, floor-length dress by Alexander Wang.

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2017, Can't Stop, Won't Stop: A Bad Boy Story Premiere

Wearing a white crop top underneath a patchwork denim cropped jacket from MISBHV and matching wide-leg jeans.

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2017, Harper's Bazaar Icons

Wearing a silver sequined slip dress to the Harper's Bazaar Icons party in 2017.

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2018, Music Choice Studio

Arriving to the Music Choice Studio in New York City in an all-white outfit in 2018.

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2018, Hollywood Beauty Awards

At the 2018 Hollywood Beauty Awards wearing a gold metallic matching set and a cropped leather jacket.

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2019, International Women's Day Event

In 2019, Tinashe showed out in a Christian Cowan silver mini dress to the Christian Cowan x The Powerpuff Girls show.

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2020, Spotify's Best New Artist Party

Wearing an all-black outfit, comprised of a halter top and deconstructed jeans, to Spotify's Best New Artist Party in 2020.

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2020, Instagram's Grammy Luncheon

Wearing a hot pink mini dress by Derma Department with a matching mini bag and heels to Instagram's Grammy Luncheon in 2020.

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2020, Republic Records Grammy After-Party

Arriving to the Republic Records Grammy After-Party in 2020 in an emerald green mini dress with a large bow.

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2020, Roc Nation The Brunch

Attending Roc Nation's annual brunch in 2020 in a classic LBD with off-the-shoulder detailing.

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