She recently put on a fashion-forward display in a lime green thigh-split gown at the Brit Awards.
And Mabel continued her futuristic wardrobe choices when she headed to rehearsals for BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in a monochrome catsuit on Friday.
The singer, 25, turned heads in the figure-hugging ensemble as she strolled through London.
Fashion forward: Mabel opted for a futuristic wardrobe choice when she headed to Radio 1 in a monochrome catsuit on Friday
The Don’t Call Me Up star flaunted her enviable figure in the asset accentuating outfit on her way to rehearsals ahead of the Radio 1 Big Weekend.
Mabel wore her peroxide tresses up in a sleek bun style with her fringe falling flatteringly around her face.
The hitmaker donned a full face of glamorous makeup for the outing with a sultry copper-toned smokey eye and a flattering nude-lined lip.
She let the outfit speak for itself and kept accessories to a minimum, wearing just a handful of subtle silver rings on her right hand.
Attention grabbing: The singer, 25, turned heads in the figure-hugging ensemble as she strolled through London ahead of her radio appearance
Hard at work: The Don’t Call Me Up star flaunted her enviable figure in the skintight grey catsuit with an eye-catching print as she arrived to rehearse for Radio 1’s Big Weekend
Mabel’s career has grown from strength over the past few years, culminating in her scooping the coveted British Female Solo Artist prize at the 2020 BRIT Awards.
Yet she previously revealed she has been battling severe anxiety and depression since her childhood, something which she now accepts will always be part of her.
In a candid interview with GQ, the Don’t Call Me Up hitmaker revealed that she feels liberated after finally learning to embrace her mental health struggles.
Glam: The hitmaker donned a full face of glamorous makeup for the outing with a sultry copper-toned smokey eye and a flattering nude-lined lip
Stylish: She let the outfit speak for itself and kept accessories to a minimum, wearing just a handful of subtle silver rings on her right hand
She explained: ‘When I was younger, I always felt like maybe if I had a boyfriend, or if I dyed my hair this colour, or if I had a No1 album, then the anxiety would go away, but it’s who I am and I actually love that.’
The star went on to say that she’s learned that being confident in who she really is deep down is what’s important and which helps keeps her in control of her anxiety.
She said: ‘I had this misconception that confidence was becoming the person that I wanted to be and I know now that confidence is actually being 100 per cent OK with who you really are.
‘Now, I can hear the little voice in my head and I’m just like, “OK, you’re there, but I’m not going to believe everything you say.”‘
Dress to impress: The outing comes after the singer revealed this week that she has always defined her ‘own sexiness’ by her clothing
Source: Daily Mail