Celine Dion continues her style streak in Paris in another fabulous outfit

The My Heart Will Go On singer looked fantastic in pink

Hanna Fillingham

Celine Dion has wowed onlookers once again with another fabulous outfit as she continues her European tour. On Wednesday, the Canadian-born singer stepped out in the French capital in an all-pink ensemble, teaming a silk blouse with an A-line skirt and suede heel boots. The star accessorised with a pair of statement sunglasses and a tan shoulder bag. Keeping her beauty look causal, Celine scraped her long, brunette hair back in a sleek pony tail and opted for natural make-up.

Celine Dion stepped out in Paris in a fabulous all-pink look

Last week, Celine worked another great outfit while out and about in Paris, rocking a snakeskin print heavy look, which saw her team a statement coat with coordinating thigh-high boots and a matching bag. A black mini dress and oversized aviators completed her ensemble. When it came to beauty, Celine kept it casual, styling her honey-hued hair in a messy top knot and keeping her make-up to a minimum.

The singer wowed at the Billboard Music Awards back in May

The talented singer has become a bit of a style icon of late. Back in May, she made the ultimate fashion statement at the Billboard Music Awards, arriving on the red carpet in a breathtaking white gown. Emulating an angel, the award-winning singer dazzled in the floor-length number, which featured oversized statement puff sleeves, a plunging neckline and an embellishment of gold studs. The design, created by Stephane Rolland Haute Couture, was completed with an elegant train.

Celine previously admitted that she has a warehouse space full of old outfits as she struggles to give them away once she has worn them, and that she has become a bit of a clothes hoarder as a result. "I cannot give anything away because every piece that I buy has brought me to where I am...," the I Drove All Night singer explained during a chat with WWD. "They're part of every step that I take. I have 10,000 pairs of shoes."