Look: We’re Obsessed With Kelsea Ballerini’s Hot Pink Heart Dress for NYFW

The ‘HEARTFIRST’ singer interpreted her song lyrics with a chic outfit.
Kelsea Ballerini

Kelsea Ballerini.

Kelsea Ballerini has been giving it her all for New York Fashion Week. The country star slayed in a sheer black dress for Prabal Gurung’s show on Feb. 10, and three days later, she donned another gorgeous designer gown for another event.

The “HEARTFIRST” singer wore a hot pink strapless Carolina Herrera dress with heart detailing on the bodice and a thigh-high slit to the designer’s fall-winter 2023 show at The Plaza Hotel.

The 29-year-old accessorized her Barbiecore outfit with heart-shaped chandelier earrings, strappy pink heels and a magenta-colored clutch. She opted for simple makeup and swept her hair up into a chic up-do with a few face-framing strands left loose on one side.

Kelsea Ballerini

Kelsea Ballerini attended the Carolina Herrera fall-winter 2023 fashion show.

Ballerini’s stylist, Molly Dickson, showed off the three-time Grammy Award-nominated artist’s look on Instagram, along with several other stunning outfits from NYFW. She tagged photographer Sydney Jackson in the snap, which was captured in a park as the singer-songwriter posed in front of a wooded area.

@kelseaballerini nyfw looks good on you girl 😘,” Dickson gushed in her caption.

“SHE IS A QUEEN ❤️🔥✨,” wrote one fan, while another follower piped in with, “Epic! ❤️🔥🙌.”

Other pics in the collection featured Ballerini’s Prabal Gurung outfit and the recording artist rocking a red sequined PatBO suit.

Ballerini, who will serve as the musical guest on the March 4 episode of Saturday Night Live, released a six-song EP on Valentine’s Day, Rolling Up the Welcome Mat, along with an accompanying short film of the same name. It details her split from country singer Morgan Evans—the two exchanged vows in December 2017 and finalized their divorce last November.

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