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Bella Hadid is back at it again.
The supermodel stepped out in a variation of the 2000s’ low-rise trend while in New York City on June 6. Hadid, who is fresh off the Cannes Film Festival red-carpet circuit, wore bootcut leggings (a.k.a. yoga pants, IFKYK) with a thick waistband folded over her hips, similarly to how stars from the early aughts wore the style. Clearly, flared jeans and micro miniskirts weren't enough—yoga pants also had to sit inches below your belly button.
Hadid paired her khaki stretch pants with chunky snakeskin heels, a muscle tank, a leather satchel, and tons of vintage-looking rings. Simple blue stone earrings finished off her look, hiding behind the model's noticeably darker blunt bangs.
While Gen Z has brought back yoga pants—instead wearing them high-waist and calling them “flared leggings”—the silhouette remains deeply rooted in the minds of people who lived through the turn of the 21st century. As someone who had an older sister who graduated high school during the first decade of the 2000s, I'll admit, there was more than one time I rummaged through her clothing drawers to wear her Victoria's Secret Pink flared pants. Specifically, the ones with the heart-shaped dog logo on them. I'll do anything for style, and clearly, so will Miss Bella Hadid.
You can see photos of the model's full look, below.
Hadid is no stranger to the gamut of early-2000s and Y2K trends. From micro sunglasses to butterfly clips and glitter, Gen Z's favorite It girl has used every chance she gets, whether on an errand run or a red carpet, to showcase her trendy personal style.
Late last month Hadid's Cannes Film Festival appearances once again cemented her as a beacon of style in an otherwise cruel, cold world. Throughout the event the star wore several vintage pieces, proving that new isn't always better. A highlight? The model in an archival Tom Ford for Gucci look hailing from the brand's fall-winter 1996 collection. The white gown, featuring a circular cutout near the pelvic bone with a gold buckle, is a staple among vintage fashion enthusiasts; the dress appeared in several campaigns for the Italian label then led by the American designer.
In the wise words of all the Gen Z girls who idolize Hadid: It was a big slay.
Originally Appeared on Glamour