Demi Lovato cuts a powerful look in a green patterned suit while back to work on an unknown project 

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Demi Lovato has been documenting her outfits as she heads back to work on an unknown project. 

And the Lonely singer opted for a powerful look in a green floral patterned pant suit. 

The 28-yer-old singer kept her latest project under wraps as she flaunted her figure in the outfit in a Thursday Instagram post, after sharing photos there earlier int he week.

Boss lady: Demi Lovato opted for a powerful look in a green floral patterned pant suit on Thursday as she went to work on an unknown project

Boss lady: Demi Lovato opted for a powerful look in a green floral patterned pant suit on Thursday as she went to work on an unknown project 

Demi stood in front of work trailers and a tent as she showed off her outfit and oversized hoop earrings and gold chain necklace. 

The pantsuit was in a teal color with bright yellow and green floral designs. 

While the blazer was tapered the longline cut, the pants were much tighter and tapered to singer’s legs. 

Underneath the jacket was a bustier style top in a balconette cut, in a matching fabric.  

Bright: Demi stood in front of work trailers and a tent as she showed off her outfit and oversized hoop earrings and gold chain necklace

Bright: Demi stood in front of work trailers and a tent as she showed off her outfit and oversized hoop earrings and gold chain necklace

Project: Earlier in the week, Demi posted photos that appeared to be at the same location

Project: Earlier in the week, Demi posted photos that appeared to be at the same location

For more color she wore neon yellow open toe stilettos with an ankle strap. 

Demi kept a sleek look with her hair up in a slicked back high and long ponytail. 

She was done up in full glam makeup with cat eye shadow and flawless complexion. 

The former Disney star posed to the side to show off another angle of her outfit. 

Reflection: Demi Lovato is opening up about her year so far, during which she said she's 'experienced extreme highs and lows'; seen here in January performing at the Grammys

Reflection: Demi Lovato is opening up about her year so far, during which she said she’s ‘experienced extreme highs and lows’; seen here in January performing at the Grammys

Earlier this week, Demi opened up about her year so far, during which she said she’s ‘experienced extreme highs and lows.’

In a new essay for Vogue on Tuesday, the I Love Me songstress, shared her candid thoughts on the still-present coronavirus pandemic, as well as reflections on the Black Lives Matter and Me Too movements.

Depression and mental illness are part of my history, and because of all the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic, my anxiety skyrocketed,’ Demi wrote toward the beginning of her powerful missive.  

In a new essay: Demi shared her candid thoughts on the still-present coronavirus pandemic, as well as reflections on the Black Lives Matter and Me Too movements; seen on Instagram

In a new essay: Demi shared her candid thoughts on the still-present coronavirus pandemic, as well as reflections on the Black Lives Matter and Me Too movements; seen on Instagram 

The outspoken entertainer shared what many white allies have expressed feeling as the BLM protests were underway, and social media began filling with calls to action to help people of color.

‘At first, I was self-conscious about speaking out about these issues because I didn’t want anyone to feel like it wasn’t genuine. I also felt like I wanted to call every person of color that I knew and apologize, which I know isn’t the right thing to do either. Like a lot of people, I didn’t know what to do. 

‘All I knew was that I hated that I shared the same skin color as the people accused of committing heinous crimes against Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and many, many other Black lives,’ she continued.

Demi expressed one way in which she felt her white privilege: ‘I grew up listening to Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston and other soulful singers, but those two Black women in particular shaped me into the vocalist I am. If you look at my life, everything that I have — money, success, a roof over my head — it’s because of the inspiration those Black women gave me. 

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