Miley Cyrus rocks her new punk haircut while shopping in PhiladelphiaNo comments yet
Miley Cyrus was snapped stepping out to do a little bit of shopping in Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon (August 25, 2012). The “Hannah Montana” actress went to the Tumi store to check out the new styles. Miley, who debuted her new peroxide blonde pixie cut on August 12 and got a lot of negative feedback after that, continued happily showing off her platinum cropped hair as she walked on the street. It seems that the former Disney star was so intent on moving away from her Disney princess image to morph into a different creature altogether as she wore a grungy look. Miley Cyrus was seen donning skinny jeans and her favourite black Doc Martens boots dark during the shopping trip. She opted a gray t-shirt with a cutaway in the back which showed off some skin without revealing too much and definitely gave an impression of fashion savvy. The “Can’t Be Tamed” singer completed her look with gold hoop earrings and a black handbag.
The abtastic star chooses a back cut-out gray tee during her shopping trip. Basically looking like a simple shirt in front, the back has a cut-out length wise across her back that gives the shirt a very interesting look.
Miley Cyrus wears dark skinny jeans that she teams with black Doc Martens combat boots.
The platinum blonde goes shopping with her pal Cheyne Thomas in the East Village neighborhood of New York City on Thursday (August 23, 2012). Miley stops at Search & Search vintage store, picking out some vintage items before heading off into New York City for more fun-filled adventures with her handsome friend.
Miley Cyrus plays up her punk rock haircut, sporting tattered shorts, a T-shirt and a camouflage jacket tied around her waist. The 19-year-old entertainer finishes off the casual look with a thick gold chain layered with a cross necklace and several gold earrings.
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