By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Standing out: Lady Gaga arrived at a Starbucks in Los Angeles today wearing a customary outrageous outfit
Naturally, a stop at a coffee shop demands nothing short of full on costume for Lady Gaga.
The 25-year-old singer turned heads as she paid a visit to a local Starbucks in Los Angeles today, clad in a customary outlandish outfit.
Never one to miss an opportunity for self-promotion, the star was wearing a Born This Way T-shirt - which also acted as a kind of skirt.
Walking tall: The singer, who stormed to to the top of the UK album charts yesterday, wore fishnets and sky high Christian Louboutin heels
She completed the look with sky high Christian Louboutin heels, black fishnet tights, a gold studded jacket and a standout red hat.
The singer has currently on a promotional blitz promoting her new album, which rocketed to the top of the UK charts yesterday selling more copies than the rest of the Top 10 put together.
With more than 215,000 records sold in the first week, her gravity-defying second album was the biggest mover for an album so far this year, the Official Charts Company said.
Standing out: She topped off the look with a Lady Gaga Born This Way T-shirt, sunglasses and a gold studded jacket
Famed for her eye-catching, sometimes outrageous, outfits, she said: 'I feel so honoured to have the highest first week sales in the UK this year.
'I wrote the album's first single Born This Way in Manchester because I was so inspired by the confidence and bravery characteristic of my fans: Little Monsters,' she said.
Meanwhile, in the States, the star is poised to sell over one million copies of the LP in it opening week, Billboard has predicted.
She was initially set to move around 800,000 copies, but an Amazon offer that saw it sold for 99cents for two days has helped to send it over the 1.15m mark.