Adele ditches shoes for ‘posh socks’ so she doesn’t slip during Las Vegas residency performances

Adele ditches shoes for ‘posh socks’ so she doesn’t slip during Las Vegas residency performances – and opts for a single outfit per weekend instead of a variety of ‘couture and diamonds’.

Adele has ditched shoes during her Las Vegas residency performances, instead opting for ‘posh socks’ to make sure she doesn’t slip.

The British singing icon, 34, finally began her long-awaited Weekends with Adele shows at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Friday, and looked incredible taking to the stage in a classy black gown to perform some of her biggest hits.

But it’s been she has slimmed down her stage wardrobe and ditched the heels in order to focus on the singing.

Big show: Adele has ditched shoes during her Las Vegas residency performances, instead opting for ‘posh socks’ to make sure she doesn’t slip, reports say.

Safety first!  The one piece of clothing she will keep wearing throughout is a pair of 'posh socks' - ditching shoes entirely.  Her stylist says this is to make sure she avoids any risk of slipping

Safety first! The one piece of clothing she will keep wearing throughout is a pair of ‘posh socks’ – ditching shoes entirely. Her stylist says this is to make sure she avoids any risk of slipping

Speaking to The Wall Street Journal, Adele’s stylist Jamie Mizrahi revealed that she ditched the various looks to favor a single outfit every weekend.

The custom-made Schiaparelli gown she wore for her first weekend will be replaced with Louis Vuitton, Versace and numerous other designer names each week during her six-month run.

Most of the dresses are expected to be black, her stylist revealed, except from an exciting shimmering stand-out piece during the New Year’s period.

‘She needs to be able to move, so there needs to be a corset but one that stretches enough to breathe easily,’ Jamie told the publication. No capes, no gloves.

Special: Speaking to The Wall Street Journal, Adele's stylist Jamie Mizrahi revealed that she ditched the various looks to favor a single outfit every weekend

Special: Speaking to The Wall Street Journal, Adele’s stylist Jamie Mizrahi revealed that she ditched the various looks to favor a single outfit every weekend

Designer: The custom Schiaparelli gown she wore for her first weekend is to be replaced with Louis Vuitton, Versace and other designer names each week during her six-month run.

Designer: The custom Schiaparelli gown she wore for her first weekend is to be replaced with Louis Vuitton, Versace and other designer names each week during her six-month run.

‘What’s important is that she can sing.’

The one piece of clothing she will keep wearing throughout is a pair of ‘posh socks’ – ditching shoes entirely.

Her stylist says this is to make sure she avoids any risk of slipping.

This is especially true for her performance of Set Fire To The Rain, when the staging is drenched in pouring rain.

During her first weekend, the Someone Like You hitmaker had the support of her boyfriend Rich Paul, 40, who looked dapper in a black suit as he sat in the audience and watched her perform, as well as her 10-year-old son Angelo .

A-dele of a night!  A-dele of a night!  Adele broke down in tears and admitted she was 'scared' on the opening night of her long-awaited Las Vegas residency, as she received a standing ovation from the crowd at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Friday

Performer: The star belted out a plethora of her hits on Friday including Hello, Set Fire To The Rain, When We Were Young, Skyfall and Hometown Glory

A-dele of a night! Adele broke down in tears and admitted she was ‘scared’ on the opening night of her long-awaited Las Vegas residency, as she received a standing ovation from the crowd at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace on Friday

A fan on Twitter shared that the star kissed both Paul and her son during an emotional rendition of When We Were Young, which she belted out while standing in the middle of the crowd.

The singer made the evening a memorable and intimate one for fans, who reported that she walked through the crowd while chatting with them.

Other famous faces at the event included British rapper Stormzy, 29, who sat just a seat over from Adele’s beau Rich.

Meanwhile, addressing the crowd at the show, Adele noted that her opening night was ‘perfect’ and told how ‘nervous’ she was, before thanking fans for once again coming to see her after the postponement.

TAKE IT ALL IN: Adele relinquishes the moment at The Coliseeum while the grand piano on stage was literally on fire as she belted out her track Set Fire To The Rain

Wow! The grand piano on stage was literally on fire as she belted out her track Set Fire To The Rain

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