Miley Cyrus's Fashion Trends Throughout the Years

Miley Cyrus is a style icon.

We've seen Miley in the limelight since the early age of 11 and have seen her style change over the years. She has been through it all, from being styled in sequins head to toe in her Hannah Montana era, to her now rock and roll apparel! We're here to wrap up the 29-year-old's most epic ensembles over the years. So, if you're looking for some punk Miley Cyrus-inspired outfits, you'll find exactly what you're searching for below!

2006

During her time on Hannah Montana, Miley Cyrus was dressed in layers, sequins and rockstar apparel. She definitely took on more of an innocent sort of style, but as a young teen, that's just what we would expect! She especially loves to pay homage to her time as Hannah Montana, styling graphic Hannah tees and HM memorabilia.


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2009

By 2009, Miley was much more comfortable in the spotlight and was beginning to find her way in fashion. She loved band tees and casual wear during family outings, and this was the time she started to explore the rock genre, too!


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2011

Over the years, Miley goes back and forth between bohemian and rock styles. In 2011, she was always in graphic tees, but as she aged, her collection became more coordinated and less chaotic. In 2011, she wrapped up her Hannah stage and said goodbye to the blonde fictional icon.


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2013

Miley shocked the world with her platinum buzz cut at the end of 2012. Little did we know, this introduced what we now know as her Bangerz period. She stunned the world with her most creative and controversial wardrobe choices and rewrote what pop music sounded like. Despite this, she created new rock-styled outfits that coincided with "Wrecking Ball" and "We Can't Stop" perfectly.


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2016

Miley's streetwear has always been unique. In 2016, she confidently paired more unique colors together and continued to add a little bit of punk to every outfit. She flirts between rock looks and girly, flirty styles.


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2019

By 2019, Miley had already paved her way through music. She had no bounds to music or fashion. We especially cannot get enough of Miley's iHeartRadio look. Taylor Stevens iconically styled her wet hair that we cannot get enough of, and she took the stage as her rock and roll self and covered songs by Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd. We really see Miley's flair enter back into all things leather, which really separates her from sequined Hannah and chaotic Bangerz eras. Elements of western wear and rock and roll tied well together as she pulled from her roots as a country singer, like her father, and an untamed rock and roll singer.


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2020

In 2020, Miley continued to over-accessorize like she was known for back in 2018. Her new haircut was also somewhat nostalgic, reminding fans of her Bangerz days. By this time, she had completely embodied the rock and roll phases of her life. She wrapped 2020 with an absolute blowout fully committed to leather.


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2022

Since becoming the face of Gucci's perfume back in 2021, Miley has seamlessly blended glamour and rock and roll into her wardrobe picks. She is the perfect candidate because she has such eclectic taste. We see her dressed in Gucci head to toe since her recent performance at Lollapalooza in Chile. She has taken music and couture into her own hands and has completely made them into her own.


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