How Bella Hadid Made Yellow Dad Sneakers Look Sexy

It's time to really borrow from the boys

By Deirdre Durkan Dec 14, 2017 9:01 PMTags
ESC: Bella Hadid, Dare to WearMireya Acierto/GC Images

Despite Bella Hadid's plunging neckline, all eyes were below her ankles.

While the fashion chameleon knows how to look glamorous, her low-key look is rooted in her classic tomboy style...and love for sneakers. Since partnering with Nike, the model has amassed a collection, with over 200 pairs, from the brand alone. Her latest pair: velvet Nike low-tops.

"I've worn sneakers with a gown, with a short dress, a long dress, sweatpants, tracksuits, shorts. You could wear them with anything," the sneaker fanatic told Footwear News.

The self-proclaimed sneakerhead is no stranger to taking footwear risks. But this pair of maximal chill shoes further endorses the advent of dad sneakers.

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Call it the "ugly sneaker," "dad trainers" trend or whatever you want, but the off-duty-supermodel makes it look effortlessly cool. While her shoes may say athleisure, the trendsetter isn't definitely not just pairing her sneakers with gym clothes.

The risk-taker's adventurous pair of paperbag-waist jeans and low-cut mustard leotard also made a bold statement while on her route from a SZA concert. Gigi Hadid's younger sis expertly wove the muted, yellow shade throughout her casual look, even among her accessories.

Not a fan of Bella's dad sneakers? Here are more options in the fun, flirty colorway. 


Crazy Move Pro Sneakers, $92


Nasty Gal

What's the Low Down Low-Top Sneaker, $36


Fenty Puma x Rihanna

Women's Cleated Creeper Suede Platform Sneakers, $160


Maco Sneaker

Fly London, $149.95


Giuseppe Zanotti

20mm Chain Laces Leather Sneakers, $597


Golden Goose

 Starland Joggers, $480


So, can we retire our heels this season?


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