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After that viral Instagram post, Adele sure knows the power of a little black dress.
However, the singer, 33, decided to add on some stylish white voluminous sleeves to her go-to look when she attended a wedding on Saturday.
The star slipped on a stunning monochrome gown by Italian designer brand Schiaparelli, according to British Vogue.
And she finished off her look with pearl earrings suspended in gold teeth, the fashion magazine reported.
Noting that Adele, attended the event with her new boyfriend, Vogue wrote: "Adele dialled up the high-fashion drama for a wedding with Rich Paul this weekend."
In the accompanying image, taken by photographer Raven B. Varona, the mother-of-one showed off a slicked-back up-do and a dramatic make-up look.
She shared the same picture to her own Instagram account, garnering more than 1.4 million 'likes'.
In the same post, social media users received a shot of her dress from behind – as well as a black and white picture of her with Paul that appeared to have been taken in a photo booth.
They were guests at NBA player Anthony Davis’ wedding to partner Marlen P.
Adele was rumoured to have started dating American sports agent Paul, 39, earlier this year, but her latest post – captioned with a love heart emoji – confirms their relationship for the first time.
The couple were spotted together in July watching an NBA game in Arizona, at which the singer turned heads in a full-length cow-print coat by Vivienne Westwood over a black top, leggings and strappy heels.
She has often opted for all-black ensembles in recent years, donning an off-shoulder frock at a party hosted by Drake in late 2019, and a long-sleeved peplum top with tailored trousers for her turn on Saturday Night Live last year.
Prior to her relationship with Paul – who manages top names including basketball star LeBron James – she was married to charity entrepreneur Simon Konecki, with whom she shares a son Angelo, born in 2012.
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