Bella Hadid looked every inch the off-duty model on Sunday as she stepped out in Paris in a cool, laid-back outfit. The 20-year-old model turned heads in a stylish grey corset jumpsuit, which drew attention to her enviable waistline, and featured flared trousers, highlighting her seemingly never-ending limbs. The one-piece was teamed with white Nike trainers, retailing for a purse-friendly £65.
To accessorise her look, Bella chose a caramel-hued shoulder bag, pendant necklace and miniature hoop earrings. A pair of retro-inspired miniature sunglasses completed her fashion-forward look. Bella’s relaxed look saw her scrape her glossy brown hair up into a laid-back bun. In terms of make-up, a subtle sweep of rose-hued blush and berry gloss enhanced her natural beauty.
Bella Hadid accessorised her look with a pair of cool Nike trainers
Of late, Bella has been working some seriously stylish outfits, both on the red carpet and during her down time. Back in May, she wore a sleek bodysuit to the 2017 Met Gala – which she had to be sewn into. The very sheer black crocheted off-the-shoulder design by designer Alexander Wang looked sensational, and was teamed with a bright red manicure, large diamond snake bracelets on both wrists and a pair of leg-lengthening black stilettos.
Bella was sewn into her Alexander Wang playsuit at the Met Gala in May
Meanwhile, she looked effortlessly cool while out with her sister, model Gigi Hadid, in New York, where she worked a nineties inspired look in a blue gilet, leather trousers and black and red biker boots. To accessorise, she wore a Parisian style beret and oversized shades.
Bella and Gigi looking effortlessly cool in NYC
Recently, Bella chatted to HELLO! about her favourite outfit, revealing: “I have always been drawn to old things that have history, so it would probably be something I found at one of my favourite vintage stores.” She also opened up about who inspires her: “During my childhood my spirit always resonated with Kate Moss, so I guess she inspired me to be myself, even if that wasn’t always perfect.”