Demi Lovato Wears Tie-Dye Sweatsuit On Romantic Vacation With Boyfriend Max Ehrich

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Demi Lovato is the purest definition of the expression "live your best life". She is on a luxury vacation in Joshua Tree, has brought in a new man (who, by the way, is obsessed with her) and is actively fighting to break down the structures of systematic racism. Goals, really.
The singer took a short break from releasing Black Lives Matter content to share a few snapshots from her last trip with her friend Max Ehrich - and it looks fantastic. The hot and heavy couple made themselves felt in front of every picturesque view in the desert. There were rainbow sunsets, beautiful desert landscapes, rare Joshua Trees, an adorable puppy and a really cute tracksuit, which personally interests me the most.
Demi brought the hiker-chic vibe into a super trendy tie-dye sweatpants set, vintage-inspired micro sunglasses, and a pair of $ 895 Balenciaga sneakers I could only afford.
"I had a great weekend in the magical desert of Joshua Tree with my love @maxehrich ❤️ ..", Demi wrote on Instagram. "I was working on a project, but it was so nice to get away for a few days. Thank you for making me so happy, my dear. I love taking adventures with you. Thank you @ lyndan99 for taking it have juicy pictures and be our third bike this weekend !! you rock? "
We really understood this relationship (and this outfit).
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