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      Date: November 15th 2017 Location: Sprint Center (Kansas City, Missouri)

      11-15-17 Social Media.jpgBefore the Kansas City Joanne World Tour, Lady Gaga took to Snapchat as well as her Instagram Story. Not only did she tell her fans how excited she is for the show, she gave a shoutout to Versace writing "Love my new T-shirt."

      Lady Gaga's shirt is brand new from Versace's Spring/Summer 2018 Womenswear collection. Shown in look 42, the shirt is the perfect Joanne pink but is however no longer available for purchase. The shirt was available for $350 in a M'oda Operandi presale trunk show and will hopefully be available through Versace shortly.

      Paired with her pink shirt, Lady Gaga wore a pair of denim jeans with a Western style belt. Lady Gaga's belt is actually the "Women's Metallic Leather Western Tip Waist And Hip Belt" from ASOS which was sold for only $26! Unfortunately, the belt is now only available in black.

      Lady Gaga can also be seen wearing a huge amount of accessories, which I am still working on identifying. So far, the only ring I have identified is her new beloved butterfly ring from home shopping network Jewelry Television.

      The “.70ctw Round Champagne and White Diamond Rhodium over Sterling Silver Butterfly Ring” can be seen on her left middle finger in her Instagram story and has an estimated retail value of $279. The ring is available for purchase here, discounted to $169 for JTV.

      And if you act now, there is a special holiday discount for $152.99 (or 5 payments of $30.59 through StretchPay)!

      Do you have a tip for the rest of LG's accessories - hoop earrings, bracelets, rings, and dark nude heels - tweet it to us at @WhatGagaWore!

      By Terran Warden

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