Lucky Listens: Lana Del Rey's Born to Die
Ever since a sneak peek of pop artist Lana Del Rey's forthcoming video for her single "Born to Die" hit the web on Friday, we haven't been able to stop listening to the beautiful track. Though Lana's earned a fair amount of blogosphere backlash ever since her self-made "Video Games" music video went viral, we still love the controversial songstress for her haunting voice and retro-glam persona. We can't wait for her inaugural album to bow on January 23, but until then, have a listen to the title track below while you peruse our Lana-inspired fashion picks. Whether you choose to go all out with a floral headpiece or snag a bit of pinup style with a bustier top, you'll love the look our Lucky Listens star is working.
Strikingly similar to the romantic wreath of roses Lana wore in her press snapshots.
Lana favors sweet sherbert colors and super-soft fabrics.
The singer's amped-up pout has earned her legions of fans—and a fair amount of Internet notoriety, too.
The cult of fame and Tinseltown's everlasting allure is a standout theme in all of Lana's songs.
Lana's never without her signature gold cross necklace.
The sultry songstress isn't afraid to get down n' dirty in roughed-up cutoffs.
Just for the beach? Not even! Lana would likely wear this retro maillot layered under a full skirt or lacy cropped pants during the daytime.
Described early on as a "gangster Nancy Sinatra," the blonde beauty tends to pick costume gems on the edgier side.
With her Americana-themed lyrics and nostalgic image, it's no wonder Lana loves a good old-fashioned letterman jacket.
The 24-year-old songbird rarely appears in public without her favorite pavé hoop earrings—the bigger the better!
A perfectly flirty bustier-style top for the modern-day pinup.