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Florence Welch Goes From Masculine To Feminine At Sound Of Change Live

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If one person can pull off two very different looks, it's Florence Welch.

On Saturday, the redheaded songstress gave off a bit of masculine flair at the Chime for Change: Sound of Change Live concert wearing a red vintage Gucci suit, white button down shirt, a leather leopard print clutch, and matching vintage leopard print men's loafers.

Such a HUGE improvement from her last red carpet adventure!

When it came time to take the stage at London's Twickenham Stadium, Flo took things to a very feminine ethereal state in a strapless teal Gucci gown with a long sheer coverup, which made her fiery red hair stand out like a celestial siren.

And, luckily, she had a mean pedicure going on because she performed barefoot!!

Even though both outfits are on opposite ends of the style spectrum, they both seem suit her.

Which look do U prefer??

[Image via Getty Images & WENN.]

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2 comments to “Florence Welch Goes From Masculine To Feminine At Sound Of Change Live”

  1. Shhh says – reply to this


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    "Florence Welch Goes From Masculine To Feminine At Sound Of Change Live"
    Isn't the name of the event, "Chime for Change"?

    She looks gorgeous though, as always. Love her :)

  2. caravaggio befuddled says – reply to this


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    Why don't they call it "Weak Flatulence For Obama"? Or… "Your Obama Care Is Just A Bone Thrown to The Insurance Companies"? Or how about… "Time For Change: The Nixonian Black Man Without A Plan".