Mariah Carey's latest date night outfit is PEAK Mariah

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If there's one celebrity who knows how to add some glitz and glamour to the everyday, it's Mariah Carey. The star's gloriously extra style has seen her sport everything from bedazzled naked dresses to that oh-so-famous Y2K butterfly top — which is now making a comeback, by the way, just ask Dua Lipa and Vanessa Hudgens — over the years. Now, for her latest outing, she's gone and 'brought it' once again.

Overnight, the artist stepped out in New York City for date night with boyfriend, Bryan Tanaka. And, of course, there were no 'jeans and a t-shirt' vibes in sight. No sir, for the occasion, Mariah went and rocked double sequins, along with a pair of sky-high stilettos and even a lollipop. Let's be honest, this is Mariah's world, we're just living in it.

Mariah and Bryan were spotted attending a screening of upcoming LGBTQIA+ Rom-Com, Bros. Outside the building, Mariah posed for a few pics of her outfit before heading inside. The look in question features a sparkly little black dress, with the name of the film emblazoned across the front (we'd expect nothing less than custom-made for Mariah). Then, layered over the top, the 53-year-old goes for a rainbow sequin jacket that would also be kinda perfect for Glastonbury.

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Mariah finishes her look with black tights and a pair of Christian Louboutin pumps adorned with statement bows on the front.

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Here she is leaving the building with Bryan...

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... now repping a pair of 2000s-esque oversized sunglasses:

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Ah Mariah, never change.

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