Lady Gaga is the mother of all when it comes to wearing some craziest and outrageous outfits. A successful singer with winning many awards and selling numerous albums, she is more famous for showing off her weirdest looks in the pop world. Name anything and she will turn it into a dress. Stay tuned to be surprised by her new bold, head-turning looks.
Out of all the wackiest clothing she has shown to the world, the meat dress worn in Los Angeles remains on the top. She turned everyone’s head towards her at the 2010 MTV Music Video Awards by wearing 40 pounds meat dress covering her upper body and the feet.
“If we don’t stand up for what we believe in and if we don’t fight for our rights pretty soon, we’re going to have as much rights as the meat on our bones,” Gaga told on Ellen. “And I am not a piece of meat.”
White Fluffy Cloud
Lady Gaga arrived at Roseland Ballroom in a sort of polar bear costume. The peculiar thing was that the dress covered her face as well with a white fluffy cloud. God knows how she was able to walk.
Gaga can transform herself into any animal she wants in such a versatile way that no one can match the level. To kick off the ARTPOP BALL world tour, Lady Gaga became a giant octopus.
The famous star ended her ARTPOP tour by fitting herself in this inflatable star dress in Paris. And she was quite successful in looking similar to silver shiny sea urchin.
On the last day of the year 2011, the ‘You and I’ singer performed in Times Square wearing a black figure-hugging sequined Versace bodysuit and matching facemask, all encased in a glittering black cage.
Not sure what to call this. It was a sort of hairy hat/ helmet/ mask which appeared to be heavy. She had to struggle to breathe in. Nevertheless, the bold singer wore it while promoting her ‘ARTPOP’ album in Berlin.
Purple Hair Dress
A dress made of long faux purple hair. Yes, you read it right. The glamour queen donned the hairy dress in 2012 in Hong Kong which she paired with white opera-length gloves and thigh-high vinyl boots.
Not disappointing her Boston fans in 2009, Gaga impressed everyone with a bubble dress at GRAMMY Celebration Concert Tour. She told,” … The bubble installation was inspired by a dress Hussein Chalayan made a few years ago. I couldn’t get the dress, because it’s, like, half-a-million dollars in a museum somewhere, but I remade it and I built a piano somewhere inspired by it.”