Gwen Stefani wears patches of emoticons on brightly colored outfit

Gwen Stefani tried too hard to promote her new single, Spark The Fire.

On Monday, OMG!OMG! the 45-year-old singer opted for an eccentric outfit adorned with sequined patches of emoticon symbols that were featured in the music video of her latest song.

The mother-of-three chose the brightly colored ensemble for The Voice Top 5 party at Hyde Sunset Kitchen in Hollywood, California.

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Fashion statement: Gwen Stefani stood out from the crowd in a unique ensemble at The Voice Top 5 party in Hollywood, California on Monday

Arguably, Gwen would’ve still stood out with or without the cartoon characters decorated on her clothes.

The Harajuku Girls singer was dressed in a pink and red striped long sleeve top paired with orange shorts that featured loose strands of knotted fabric on the front.

The blonde beauty finished off her ensemble with Vita Fede’s matte black crystal earrings.

She pulled back her long tresses in an elegant updo and added more vibrant color with bright pink lipgloss.

One-of-a-kind: The Spark The Fire singer wore a pink and red striped top that was adorned with sequined patches of emoticon symbols

Harajuku style: The 45-year-old fashion designer completed her outfit with a pair of orange shorts, Louboutin pumps, and Vita Fede’s matte black crystal earrings

The L.A.M.B.fashion designer shared a picture of her customized emoji patches on her Instagram account before they were sewn onto her garment.

‘#omgomg #sparkthefire emoji patches!! #sparkles #dreamscometrue,’ she wrote in the caption.

For the music video of her new single Spark The Fire, Gwen included Emoji imagery to express her creative concept inspired by Japanese animation.

Emoji patches: Before sewing the sequined emoticon symbols on her clothes, Gwen took a photo of them for her Instagram account on November 2

Return to music: The cartoons were featured in the No Doubt band member’s recent music video 

She is returning to her solo music career and is attempting to make a big splash with her famed Harajuku style.

On the heels of her success with NBC’s The Voice, Gwen released her second Pharrell Williams produced single following Baby Don’t Lie, which was debuted in October.

To promote her upcoming third studio solo album, she pulled inspiration from her strong passions for Japanese culture.

‘Of course you can celebrate other cultures,’ she recently told

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