Check Out Bella Hadid’s ’70s-Inspired Navy Tracksuit in London
Bella Hadid brings back the tracksuit.
The model was spotted in London wearing a navy ensemble that managed to recall both the 70s and the early 2000s. She teamed low-rise jogging pants with a micro zip jacket, a discontinued piece from the rapper Nas’ clothing line with “London” and “England” written across the chest in bold white and red letters. Flat black rectangular shades and black leather gloves helped hold the look together, but the star accessory was definitely Burberry’s Quilted Lola shoulder bag, which features the brand’s signature plaid print pattern and logo. golden in the center.
The model was pictured leaving his hotel as he made his way to a studio in the city. She also showcased the look on her Instagram with a carousel of selfies in which she posed from multiple angles: some with her hair down in natural waves and others in a high ponytail. She captioned the post, “+44LND.”
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Hadid has been on a roll lately when it comes to retro styles. Last week, she was spotted in New York wearing a groovy Penny Lane coat with a shearling-patterned style also reminiscent of the ’70s, while teaming the look with purple-tinted rimless rectangular sunglasses and thick rings of amber color. And she went for a night out in West Hollywood earlier the same month wearing a 90s-inspired chocolate brown dress with a plunging neckline, paired with a leopard-print shoulder bag and high-top white boots. (She was accompanied by Euphoria star Alexa Demie, whose role as Maddy Perez on the HBO show spurred her own Y2K-inspired fashion trends, thanks to her Bratz Doll aesthetic, created by costume designer Heidi Bivens.)
In 2018, Hadid opened up to BAZAAR.com of his passion for vintage shopping. “Even when I was little in high school, style was always my thing. I never wore flip flops, I always had my cute outfits, I went vintage shopping,” she said in the interview. “It’s crazy because I’ve never been one to put outfits together for people to see me, but now of course I’m walking outside and photographers are outside my apartment. So now it’s a funny thing. I watch it, instead of being like f— that, I can show what I’m really made of.”
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