Miley Cyrus

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All the world's a stage, which means three wardrobe changes in one day for Miley Cyrus.

Normally, this sorta thing would be directly correlated to hosting some sort of awards show or performing a concert (outfit changes are necessary to keep things exciting, ya know?), but in the pop singer's case, this is just part of her everyday life—or at least, Wednesday.

So without further ado, let's discuss the trio of ensembles Miley rocked today while in London.

The 20-year-old left her hotel this morning in a pair of rather bizarre black pants (but what do you expect?), which featured one skinny leg and one wide leg in addition to sheer paneling on the skinny-leg side, revealing that the pop star opted to go commando this morning.

She topped it off with a matching black bra and crop top and accentuated the outfit with a loose gold belt.

After that, it was no-pants party!

During the day, Miley looked like she was ready to go out for some retail therapy with Cher and Dionne.

The pop star channeled the famous 1990's flick Clueless and paired a blue and black plaid shirt-dress with an oversized fuzzy baby blue jacket and her latest staple item—black platform, thigh-high Christian Louboutin boots (so hot!).

And it seemed like Cyrus agreed that those shoes spiced up any outfit, since she opted to continue wearing them into the night, but this time gave them a little more edge by wearing them with tiny denim shorts, a white crop top and an embroidered denim jacket.

So now, only one question remains: Which outfit did Miley Cyrus rock the best?! Sound off in the comments!

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