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Bella Hadid just solidified that the major bike shorts trend is here to stay. During Fendi‘s spring 2019 show during Milan Fashion Week on Thursday, the model strutted the catwalk wearing black bike shorts styled with a cream utilitarian shirt, a utility belt, cat-eye sunglasses, and a chic handbag and black pumps.
The bike-shorts look is nothing new, but styling it outside the context of cycling is. Celebrities from Kim Kardashian to Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid herself have all worn this trend in the past. In fact, Princess Diana had been seen sporting her own colorful ’80s-style bike shorts during her time. This trend has worked its way throughout other fashion runways too, including Off-White, Fenty Puma, and of course Kanye West‘s Yeezy collection.
However, the best part of this high-fashion trend is its affordability. You can snag a pair of bike shorts from your local JCPenney for as low as $13. You can also easily find bike shorts at activewear stores like Alo, Eddie Bauer, and REI. But if you’re looking for a high-fashion designer version, there are a few of those too, such as Daniel Patrick’s color-block version or Burberry‘s high-priced $300 pair.
If you love this trend, you can shop it below at all price points. Take solace in how you can wear the look well into next year too. If anyone asks why, say it’s approved by Bella Hadid and Karl Lagerfeld.
Xersion 8-inch bike shorts, $13, jcpenney.com
Beroy women’s bike shorts, $27, amazon.com
Eddie Bauer women’s trail tight shorts, $24, eddiebauer.com
Divine bike shorts, $68, aloyoga.com
Daniel Patrick LA bike shorts, $110, danielpatrick.com
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