Bella Hadid Wears Layered Crop Tops and Low-Rise Shorts

Looking cool in the middle of a major heatwave.

Words by Quincy Legardye

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Bella Hadid is keeping cool in the summer heat.

The supermodel was spotted out in Tribeca during an NYC heatwave Friday, somehow looking chic even in the super-hot weather. The model layered a black cropped muscle tank top over another white cropped tank, paired with denim low-rise bermuda-length shorts with large, teardrop-shaped cutouts revealing a pinstripe print. She elevated the ab-bearing look with a pair of trendy square-toed riding boots and a Jean Paul Gaultier Supreme belt.

Her accessories included a Louis Vuitton shoulder bag and a pair of mod black-rimmed sunglasses. She also wore her hair piled atop her head in a messy bun.

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Earlier that day, Hadid reminded us that she can make even the most unconventional accessories look stylish. The model was seen heading to a photoshoot in New York City this morning wearing a white, navy, and grey athleisure look, paired with her same go-to sunglasses and hot pink curlers on her bangs.

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The model’s busy Friday came after she was spotted in an edgy all-black look Thursday night, comprised of shiny oversized trousers and a shimmering sheer tube top with a floral print. She finished the look with dark brown shoes, sleek narrow sunglasses, a black belt with silver studs, and a multicolored shoulder bag, while wearing her hair slicked back with a wide black headband.

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Hadid previously opened up about building her style in a January WSJ. Magazine interview, saying that she chooses pieces because they make her feel “comfortable” and “happy.”

“In the last year, it was really important for me to learn that even if people talk about my style or if they like it or if they don’t, it doesn’t matter, because it’s my style,” she said at the time.

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