The singer was photographed in Los Angeles wearing a sparkly bodycon dress to match her 18K white gold bling
Mariah Carey celebrated the weekend dripping in diamonds.
While out for dinner at the Los Angeles hotspot, Nobu, over the weekend, the singer, 54, was photographed wearing a dazzling look, proving that no one can do bling better than she.
Carey wore a spaghetti-strap peek-a-boo bodycon dress featuring a chainmail cutout that accentuated her curves. She paired the outfit with black heels.
She elevated the dress with scintillating jewelry, including her Hamilton Jewelers Private Reserve 18K white gold necklace, made of pear-shaped and brilliant cut diamonds, and matching earrings.
The Grammy winner let her natural beauty shine through, keeping her makeup peachy and glowy and her honey-blond hair down in a sleek middle-parted style.
Carey's diva fashion sense — see her Y2K take on double denim and crimped curls from the summer — recently received a holiday makeover for her new campaign with The Children's Place. The holiday-themed partnership also stars her 12-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, whom she shares with ex-husband Nick Cannon.
As a part of her partnership, she designed a red A-line ball gown complete with a flowing green plaid sash, simply known as "The Dress."
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"At first, I was like, 'What do they mean they want me to design this?' And then I just decided to do something really paired down but classic, and I was really excited about that part of the collaboration," she told PEOPLE in an exclusive chat about the collaboration. "That was something that was really fun."
"I had this vision of this stunning red ball gown with a ton of volume, and it was reminiscent of something I'd worn when I was first starting in the music business," she explained of the inspiration behind the confection.
Carey also swapped out the high-drama ensemble for festive jammies for the shoot, which shows the mom of two and her teens in homey holiday settings.
"My kids and I have a matching pajama set or two that we wear, and it's just fun and a cute way to celebrate the holidays together."
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