Nothing Says ‘Everything is Fine’ Like An Instagram Fashion Show

There’s been a lot of conspiratorial chatter—or shouts—regarding Britney Spears of late, with regards to her mental health, ex-management, and father’s ongoing conservatorship of her assets, but she wants everyone to know she’s good. More than good—great, and the proof is in the outfit changes.


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For those in need of a catch-up, there has been much speculation that someone else is controlling Spears’ online output to divert claims she’s being held in a psychiatric facility against her will. Her response was to explicitly inform followers that she does, in fact, post her own content—followed by a range of quick changes in classic Britney Spears-Instagram fashion all set to “Man Down” by Rihanna (something to also unpack), but what does each outfit mean?


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1. Pink, body-con mini: “I’m having fun, don’t worry!” 


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Nothing says fun and flirty like bodycon, and we all associate a great baby pink with living, laughing and loving. The pop star is communicating she’s truly having a great time, and is ready to take on the town—regardless of reports. Miss American dream, indeed.


2. White off-the-shoulder mini dress: “I’m not that innocent (but I am)” 


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Spears is really trying to send a message with this little number. Regardless of the conservatorship debacle, a sexy white summer dress informs us she’s a grown woman capable of making her own decisions and is not to be underestimated. Nonetheless, she’s still keeping it light and bright.


2. Blue cut-out skater dress: “Freedom is my middle name”


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We all love the ease and breeze of a flared skirt moment, and the distinctly Americana periwinkle blue shows the “Radar” singer is taking life less seriously. But don’t be fooled, offset with a structured, keyhole bodice, this dress makes it clear Britney Spears is in control—and won’t be taken for ride.

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