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Harry Styles gives a nod to the ’70s in yellow bell-bottom flares and floppy baker boy cap

Harry Styles gives a nod to the ’70s in yellow bell-bottom flares and floppy baker boy cap as he steps out for coffee after weekend trip to Italy

He was partying in southern Italy over the weekend, but Harry Styles was in rather more mundane surroundings on Tuesday morning.

The 25-year old One Direction star, rumoured to be one of numerous A-list stars in attendance at the extravagant Google Camp party, kept a low profile after venturing out for coffee in a London suburb.

However his vintage-themed outfit, more in keeping with late 70s couture than early 21st century style, ensured he stood out as he made his way onto the pavement.

Hard to miss: Harry Styles caught the eye in an ensemble heavily influenced by the 1970s as he stepped out in London on Tuesday morning 

Opting for a pair of distinctive yellow bell-bottoms beneath a simple white T-shirt and blue woolen jacket, the singer – famed for his retro wardrobe – inevitably caught the eye.

With a rakish, floppy baker boy hat further emphasizing his nod to the past, Harry was a distinctive sight as he sipped a takeaway espresso. 

The singer added to his look with a pair of simple white Vans trainers, while heavily tinted sunglasses with circular lenses rounded things off. 

Authentic look: A rakish, floppy baker boy hat further emphasized his nod to the past

Authentic look: A rakish, floppy baker boy hat further emphasized his nod to the past

Fetching: Opting for a pair of distinctive yellow bell-bottoms, the singer – famed for his retro wardrobe – inevitably caught the eye

Noticeable: The trousers flapped about Harry's ankles he made his way out of a local cafe

Fetching: Opting for a pair of distinctive yellow bell-bottoms, the singer – famed for his retro wardrobe – inevitably caught the eye

Casual: Harry added to the look with a simple white T-shirt and blue woolen jacket

Casual: Harry added to the look with a simple white T-shirt and blue woolen jacket

His latest appearance comes after he spent a reported £8million on a second London property – a purchase which hints that he is set to spend more time in his native UK after a series of extended trips to Los Angeles.  

The Georgian semi comes with five bedrooms and boasts eye-catching Liberace-inspired furnishings throughout.

The home, which went on the market for £10 million last autumn, is white stucco in design and also features amenities such as a screening room and games room in the basement. 

Harry bought his first property in north London for £3 million in 2012, when he was just 18-years old.  

He also owns a £5.81million mansion in the Hollywood Hills and a £6.9million New York apartment – complete with 71-foot indoor pool and a private spa.

Refreshments: The singer appeared to be starting his day with an espresso coffee

Refreshments: The singer appeared to be starting his day with an espresso coffee

Finishing touches: The singer added to his look with a pair of simple white Vans trainers

... while heavily tinted sunglasses with circular lenses rounded things off

Finishing touches: The singer added to his look with a pair of simple white Vans trainers, while heavily tinted sunglasses with circular lenses rounded things off

Splashing out: His latest appearance comes after he spent a reported £8million on a second London property

Splashing out: His latest appearance comes after he spent a reported £8million on a second London property

He was thought to be in Italy over the weekend, where guests including Kate Moss, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom attended the exclusive three-day Google Camp summit.  

The event, which takes place annually, is held close to the seaside town of Sciacca on the south-western coast of Sicily.

The singer was seen driving to the camp, which included a lavish dinner at the ruined Temple of Hera with friends Jeff Azoff and Ben Winston. 

Google Camp attracts billionaire businessman, world famous pop stars, doyennes of design and Hollywood A-listers, although its guest list is generally a closely guarded secret.  

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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