Date: March 10th 2019 Location: Los Angeles, California
While laying low after awards season, Lady Gaga was spotted grabbing some groceries with her best friend Bo O'Connor in Los Angeles, California. Staying comfortable, Lady Gaga wore a stylish outfit from Aviator Nation with some killer accessories.
From top to bottom, Mother Monster started with a brand new pair of sunglasses. From her favorite, Hedi Slimane, these sunglasses are described as cat eye but are not the typical cat eye shape and they are from Slimane's debut collection with Celine. Made with black acetate and finished with metallic studs and crystals, they are sold for $660 here.
Next, Lady Gaga has been bringing back one of her old favorite leather jackets. From Balmain's Spring/Summer 2010 Ready-to-Wear collection, the leather jacket is accessorized with numerous silver zippers and was first spotted on her back in August 2010! It has been worn many times since then and has lately been her favorite piece in Los Angeles.
Unfortunately, because it is an archival piece, it is no longer available for purchase.
Underneath her jacket, Lady Gaga wore a new piece from California company Aviator Nation. She seems to be slowly unveiling that she owns every piece of their clothing. A white t-shirt can be seen sticking out of the bottom but not enough to identify. The unisex pullover hoodie is their "Smiley" in Charcoal. It is available for $168 here.
Lady Gaga's sweatpants were seen before while preparing for ENIGMA, and are the "Women's Bolt Sweatpants" in Charcoal. The dark charcoal with white lightning bolt version is no longer sold through Aviator Nation but they are available through outside retailers like Nordstrom for $129 here.
Finally, Lady Gaga wore an incredibly affordable pair of sneakers for her shopping trip. Made of black canvas and monochrome black rubber soles, she wears the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star Low Tops in monochrome black which are only $50 here!
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