Our bae Bella Hadid (who consistently slays off-duty model style) ditched her chic streetwear for something more pool-appropriate angelic white bikini.
It’s still the 2000s according to Bella’s vast wardrobe, as she frequently leans on noughties trends, bringing back the handkerchief dress, mixing preppy with 20th-century updos, and reminding us those stretch comb headbands exist.
Bella Hadid even had a rhinestone butterfly tattooed this summer that made us blow the dust off our Bedazzlers. Her latest foray into Y2K has disposable camera vibes, and we’re here for it.
On August 21, the supermodel shared a carousel on Instagram with her 54.3 million followers, giving fans an exclusive look inside her camera roll.
Bella Hadid Rocks A White Bikini While Lounging In Bed
The photo dump included a shot of her at the Whitney Museum of American Art, one of her doing red light skin therapy on a plane, a look at her crystal-encrusted make-up kit, and a sultry selfie with her bare stomach and bust. low angle. But her bikini photo in the third frame definitely provided the best end-of-summer fashion inspo.
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Posing on the edge of a fluffy white bed, Hadid crosses her legs, throws her head back, and smiles for the camera in a white bikini. The two-piece ‘kini is a classic triangle style that Bella tied around her neck and back. Brown patterned laces add contrast to classic swimwear. Bella’s bottoms are pulled up high at the waist, accentuating her legs and hips. Tousled hair, no make-up, serving maximum boho beach babe vibes with a hint of naughty magic.
Bella’s quirky 20th-century-inspired style shines through in many shots as she wears a viral Y2K Miu Miu mini skirt with a cropped sweater for one shot. In another shot, she’s wearing a graphic tee with a loose cardigan and a green baseball cap. While some may not like her appearance, Bella has made it clear that she doesn’t care.
In an interview with Vogue in March 2022, Hadid stood by her eccentric and wild fashion choices, saying, “I know what I like. I always have, ever since I was young. And I’ve never let myself get carried away.”