Bella Thorne Paints the Town Pink in See-Through Attire

Bella Thorne thoroughly documented a wildly pink night out on the town this weekend via her social media channels. (Photo: Bella Thorne via Instagram)

Dressed head-to-toe in pink, Bella Thorne tore up the streets of Manhattan on Saturday night. The 19-year-old actress stepped out with friends to enjoy a night of dancing to the tunes of hip-hop artist Blackbear.

Photo: Bella Thorne via Snapchat

Thorne wore a lace bustier that showcased her figure and left little to the imagination. Over the see-through top, she wore a pink bomber jacket. She paired the look with velvet blush-colored shorts over fishnets and completed the ensemble with pink Timberland boots.

Bella Thorne with a friend. (Photo: Bella Thorne via Snapchat)

The Florida native accessorized her pink stylings with colorful bangles, adding a tiara to complement her fuchsia hair. When applying blue body glitter all over her chest, she was not stingy in the least.

Thorne’s makeup accentuated her perfect lips with a vibrant red lip color, her eyes were lined with a metallic blue eyeliner. Yahoo Style recently spoke with Thorne, and she shared that she does all of her makeup herself.

Photo: Bella Thorne via Snapchat

Thorne documented her fun-filled night on Snapchat, where she is seen canoodling with fans, wildly dancing, and enjoying her night.

Photo: Bella Thorne via Snapchat
Photo: Bella Thorne via Snapchat

Thorne recently released a single called “Just Call” with Prince Fox, which has over half-a-million plays on Spotify. She thanked her fans via Instagram Story for making the song a hit. With her newly acquired musical success, it’s no wonder Thorne went all out and celebrated.

Photo: Bella Thorne via Snapchat

The pink look was a contrast to the more grounded outfit she sported earlier that day.

Photo: Bella Thorne via Instagram

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