Grande’s penchant for wearing oversized sweatshirt with no pants was apparently a popular trend.
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Ariana Grande is the patron saint of the “lampshading” (or wearing giant sweatshirts with over-the-knee boots) — and in 2018, scores of shoppers followed her lead.
According to fashion search engine List’s 2018 Years in the Fashion Report, which makes use of social media, search and sales data on the grade of the retail the influence of celebrities and brands, are looking for oversized t-shirts are by a whopping 130 percent compared to last year, thanks to the fans looking to re Grande’s signature style.
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The pop star, 25, similarly, reason searches for brands such as Reebok (with whom Grande has an ongoing partnership), Burberry, and Vera Wang (most likely thanks to its 2018 met Gala dress).
Of course, Grande is not the only star inspiring fans to visit the shop: List reported that the Gucci balaclava Rihanna wore to Coachella caused searches for the item to increase by 19 percent; Blake Lively’s parade of costumes during her press tour for “A Simple pleasure” inspired more than 4,000 searches for Ralph Lauren; and Beyoncé’s Coachella performance look spiked’re looking for Balmain hoodies with 58 percent.
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But no celebrity — not even Meghan Markle — can keep up with Kylie Jenner ‘ s fashion influences. “Kylie is driven more than two million searches of this year, Adidas track suits and Dior sunglasses, the Victoria’s Secret underwear and Alexander Wang minidresses,” List the report reads. “A pink dress that she wore to her birthday, saw searches for ‘pink dresses’ increase of 107 percent in the next 48 hours.”
This article originally appeared in The New York Post.