After Harry Styles donned the cover of Vogue in a high-fashion dress, it certainly isn't shocking that the singer likes to experiment with fashion... and now his wardrobe has conveniently doubled. OK! exclusively learned that Styles is swapping outfits with new gal-pal Olivia Wilde.
"Harry proudly announced on the cover of Vogue that he enjoys wearing dresses so it shouldn't come as too much of a surprise that he likes wearing Olivia's clothes," a source tells OK!. "Olivia is cool with Harry's sense of style and happy to let him borrow whatever he wants from her closet."
However, friends point out that it is a two-way street.
"Harry is also happy to loan Olivia hits pants or his dresses," adds a pal. "These two share everything. Expect to see them borrowing from each other more in the future.
"They both have a great sense of style. His fashion fearlessness is one of the things Olivia found so sexy about him," the source dishes. "A man who is comfortable enough to wear a dress is her type of man."
They both don't care about what other people think and cannot wait to walk their first red-carpet together. "Maybe Harry will be in a dress and Olivia wearing the pants!" the source adds.
News of the fashion-forward couple's new romance comes just months after Wilde, 36, and longtime fiancé Jason Sudeikis called it quits on their nine-year relationship.
OK! previously reported that the former flames — who share children Otis, 6, and Daisy, 4 — ended things in the beginning of 2020, and her new relationship with the One Direction alum blossomed on the set of their upcoming film, Don't Worry Darling, which Wilde is directing.
A source revealed that the "Watermelon Sugar" crooner — who has dated older women in the past — and Wilde "clicked immediately" when filming began in the fall.
"They’re both very artistic, passionate people and it was one of those things where straight away everyone could see they had a spark," the source explained.
"They were professional on set, but everyone knew something was going on," another insider spilled. "Harry even met her two children several times when they came to the set to visit."
Prior to the new flames — who have a 10-year age gap — making headlines last week, the Booksmart director previously defended Styles, 26, after conservative commentator Candace Owens bashed the handsome hunk for wearing a dress on his Vogue cover.
"There is no society that can survive without strong men," Owens proclaimed, adding: "Bring back manly men," to which Wilde responded: "You're disgusting."