Sunday evening Gwen Stefani effortlessly combined both as she took to the stage to wow crowds as she closed the Irivine Meadows stadium in California.
And as the last artist to grace the stage at the amphitheatre, the 47-year-old Rich Girl singer pulled out all the stops sartorially in a punk-inspired ensemble.
Clearly keen to give the Orange County landmark a send-off to remember, the No Doubt frontwoman donned an eye-catching outfit to match her soaring vocal range.
Teaming a low-cut floral top with a mesh bodysuit and ripped tartan trousers, the singer left no one in any doubt as to who was taking the stage.
Donning a tanatlizingly low-cut crop top, embellished all over with red fabric roses, which she teamed with a mesh bodysuit, Gwen ensured her incredible figure was on display.
Adding a pair of low-slung, punk-inspired, ripped tartan trousers to the mix, the Californian star highlight her trim and toned waistline.
For the start of the show Gwen wore a sequinned red military-style jacket emblazoned with a funky pattern.
She rounded her whole look off with a pair of black military lace-up boots, which only added to her retro rebellious look.
Wearing her platinum locks pulled back into a high ponytail, The Voice mentor ensured her striking visage was firmly on display.
Clearly delighted to be given the honour of closing down the venue, Gwen took to the Meadows' stage one last time with aplomb, belting out a string of her hits matched only be her high-tempo performance.
According to the OC Register, the singer played the famous venue for the first time 26 years ago, with her band No Doubt supporting Ziggy Marley.