Madison Beer shows off her bra and taut abs in a cheeky tie-front blouse worn with low-rise jeans for a relaxing walk in Los Angeles
Madison Beer gave a glimpse of her bra and showed off her taut abs as she slipped into a cheeky tie-up blouse for a walk in Los Feliz, Los Angeles on Thursday.
She looked as stylish as ever in the vintage-inspired number which she paired with a pair of low-rise baggy jeans.
The singer, 23, soaked up the sun on her outing and shielded her eyes behind rectangular frame sunglasses.
Stylish: Madison Beer, 23, showed off her bra and taut abs in a cheeky tie-up blouse with low-rise jeans for a relaxing walk in Los Angeles on Thursday
The hitmaker wore black Adidas sneakers with the iconic three stripes and carried a Louis Vuitton handbag.
Madison channeled the early 2000s further by opting to slick her brunette locks into a chic updo.
To complete her look, she added a pair of huge silver hoop earrings and took off her makeup.
Fashionista: The hitmaker wore black Adidas sneakers with the iconic three stripes and carried a Louis Vuitton handbag
Madison’s exit comes as she recently returned to Los Angeles after her UK tour where she wowed her fans while performing.
The singer seemed to be making the most of her time on stage singing and dancing for her adoring fans.
Her performance was part of her ongoing Life Support Tour, which serves to support her debut album of the same name.
Madison wore an all-white outfit that included a bead-lined corset and matching mini dress that showed off her toned legs during the show.
On stage: Madison’s exit comes as she recently returned to Los Angeles after her UK tour where she wowed fans while performing (Pictured in London in April)
Madison originally announced that she would be working on a full studio album in 2018.
The performer released a single titled Hurts Like Hell the same year, although it was not part of Life Support.
The singer then released her album cover in February 2020, after her lead single from the record, Good in Goodbye, debuted the previous month.
Life Support debuted on February 26 last year and peaked at number 65 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Madison’s album received generally positive reviews from critics, many of whom praised her willingness to work with concerning subjects.
Hitmaker: Madison’s album received positive reviews from critics, many of whom praised her willingness to work with topics concerning (Photo in August 2021)