Mabel sets pulses soaring in a figure-hugging halterneck jumpsuit in Soho

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Mabel sets pulses soaring in a figure-hugging halterneck jumpsuit with cut-out detailing as she steps out in Soho

She made a stunning appearance at The BRIT Awards earlier this month.

And Mabel was sure to set pulses soaring as she stepped out in style with celebrity hair stylist friend Rio Sreedharan in Soho, London on Saturday.

The singer, 25, looked sensational in a figure-hugging halterneck jumpsuit that had cut-out detailing and a tie-dye design.

Stylish: Mabel set pulses soaring in a figure-hugging halterneck jumpsuit with cut-out detailing as she stepped out in Soho, London, on Saturday

Stylish: Mabel set pulses soaring in a figure-hugging halterneck jumpsuit with cut-out detailing as she stepped out in Soho, London, on Saturday

Mabel’s ensemble showed off glimpses of her slender figure as she strutted her stuff down the street during her night out.

She added a casual flair to her ensemble by stepping out in grey Converse trainers, and she opted to keep her accessories to a minimum so all attention remained on her stylish ensemble. 

Mabel wore her auburn locks in a sleek, straight hairdo that fell over her shoulders and she wore a light palette of make-up for the occasion. 

Revealing: Mabel's ensemble showed off glimpses of her slender figure as she strutted her stuff down the street during her night out

Revealing: Mabel’s ensemble showed off glimpses of her slender figure as she strutted her stuff down the street during her night out

Comfy: Mabel added a casual flair to her ensemble by stepping out in grey Converse trainers

Minimal: Mabel opted to keep her accessories to a minimum so all attention remained on her stylish ensemble

Comfy: Mabel added a casual flair to her ensemble by stepping out in grey Converse trainers

Pals: Mabel stepped out in style with celebrity hair stylist friend Rio Sreedharan

Pals: Mabel stepped out in style with celebrity hair stylist friend Rio Sreedharan

Mabel’s career has grown from strength over the past few years, culminating in her scooping the coveted British Female Solo Artist prize at the 2020 BRIT Awards. 

Yet she previously revealed she has been battling severe anxiety and depression since her childhood, something which she now accepts will always be part of her.

In a candid interview with GQ, the Don’t Call Me Up hitmaker revealed that she feels liberated after finally learning to embrace her mental health struggles.

She explained: ‘When I was younger, I always felt like maybe if I had a boyfriend, or if I dyed my hair this colour, or if I had a No1 album, then the anxiety would go away, but it’s who I am and I actually love that.’

Stunning: Mabel wore her auburn locks in a sleek, straight hairdo that fell over her shoulders and she wore a light palette of make-up for the occasion

Outing: Mabel was seen heading inside one building

Stunning: Mabel wore her auburn locks in a sleek, straight hairdo that fell over her shoulders and she wore a light palette of make-up for the occasion

Success: Mabel's career has grown from strength over the past few years, culminating in her scooping the coveted British Female Solo Artist prize at the 2020 BRIT Awards

Success: Mabel’s career has grown from strength over the past few years, culminating in her scooping the coveted British Female Solo Artist prize at the 2020 BRIT Awards

The star went on to say that she’s learned that being confident in who she really is deep down is what’s important and which helps keeps her in control of her anxiety.

She said: ‘I had this misconception that confidence was becoming the person that I wanted to be and I know now that confidence is actually being 100 per cent OK with who you really are. 

‘Now, I can hear the little voice in my head and I’m just like, “OK, you’re there, but I’m not going to believe everything you say.”‘

Struggle: Yet she previously revealed she has been battling severe anxiety and depression since her childhood, something which she now accepts will always be part of her

Struggle: Yet she previously revealed she has been battling severe anxiety and depression since her childhood, something which she now accepts will always be part of her

Honest: In a candid interview with GQ , the Don't Call Me Up hitmaker (pictured at the BRITs) revealed that she feels liberated after finally learning to embrace her mental health struggles

Honest: In a candid interview with GQ , the Don’t Call Me Up hitmaker (pictured at the BRITs) revealed that she feels liberated after finally learning to embrace her mental health struggles 

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