More revealing costumes for Miley

SARAH MACKENZIE
Last updated 11:58 21/01/2014
Miley Cyrus
Roberto Cavalli

BLINGED UP: Roberto Cavalli's grand designs for Miley Cyrus' upcoming 'Bangerz World Tour'.

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Given her fashion escapades of late, it comes as no surprise that Miley Cyrus' new tour wardrobe is going to be pretty outrageous - and now we've got a taste of exactly what kind of barely-there shenanigans to expect.

Roberto Cavalli has released sketches of the costumes he has designed for the 'Bangerz World Tour' and it looks as though we're in store to see a whole lot of Miley once again.

The designs are as loud and sparkly as you'd imagine from the maximalist Italian, with vivd prints, cropped jackets and of course short shorts the key pieces making up Miley's tour look.

Oh, and remember Britney's glittery 'Toxic' video get-up?

Well Miley is sure to give her a run for her money in Cavalli's completely sheer jumpsuit - let's just hope those strategically placed crystals do in fact cover what's left of her decency.

While Cavalli has plenty of experience in the tour costume biz - the Spice Girls, Beyonce and Cheryl Cole all sit pretty on his CV - you never can quite predict what Miss Cyrus will pull out of the bag.  

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