Connect with us

affilate software business

Entertainment

Celebrities Rocking The Trend – Hollywood Life

Published

on


Bike shorts are a staple in athleisure, but there’s ways to dress them up, too! Kim Kardashian, Irina Shayk and more trendy stars have worn them under pretty dresses and skirts.

Bike shorts haven’t been reserved solely for cycling classes for quite a while now. The tight compression shorts have been spotted on everyone from Emily Ratajkowski to Hailey Baldwin as part of their regular street style. But while they’re typically paired with crop tops, sports bras or other athletic wear, we’ve started to see a new trend emerging in the athleisure space. Plenty of today’s biggest trendsetters have started wearing them under pretty dresses and short skirts.

It’s a smart move to wear bike shorts with dresses. When your skirt errs on the shorter side, there’s always the risk of it blowing up Marilyn Monroe-style while you’re walking down the street, exposing your underwear to every passerby. Throwing on a pair of bike shorts eliminates that issue, and even appears totally intentional if that Marilyn moment were to happen.

This look was seen in action on July 15 when Irina Shayk stepped out in New York wearing a red floral mini dress with bike shorts peeking out from underneath. She finished off her look with a denim jacket from Levi’s, sunglasses, hoop earrings and a cherry patterned Louis Vuitton handbag.

REX/Shutterstock

If you’re ever wondering if something is on trend, the easiest way to find out is to see if any of the Kardashian-Jenner women have tried it out. This look passes that test. Kim Kardashian turned a vintage Dolce & Gabbana mini dress with a middle slit into a bit of a romper moment by pairing it with black compression shorts. She rocked the chic look to BeautyCon in July 2018, along with a miniature purse and Merah Vodianova stilettos. Head up to the gallery above to see even more ways celebrities have worn this cool style!

Continue Reading
Partners
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Entertainment

Chicano Batman Announce New Album Invisible People, Share New Song: Listen

Published

on

By


Chicano Batman have announced their fourth LP Invisible People. The Los Angeles band’s follow-up to 2017’s Freedom Is Free arrives May 1 via ATO. The new album is a collaboration with engineer Shawn Everett and producer Leon Michels. The announcement arrives with the new song “Color my life.” Watch the George Mays-directed video below.

Find physical editions of Invisible People at Rough Trade. (Pitchfork may earn a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)

Invisible People:

01 Color my life
02 Blank Slate
03 I Know It
04 Invisible People
05 Manuel’s Story
06 Moment of Joy
07 Pink Elephant
08 Polymetronomic Harmony
09 The Way
10 The Prophet
11 Bella
12 Wounds



Source

Continue Reading

Entertainment

NTV Kenya Livestream || News, Current Affairs and Entertainment Programming

Published

on



#AMLivePlus #NTVNews #NTVKenya

Subscribe to NTV Kenya channel for latest Kenyan news today and everyday. Get the Kenya news updates, discussions and other exciting shows.

Website: ntv.nation.co.ke || Paper: Daily Nation || Twitter: @ntvkenya || Facebook: NTV Kenya || Instagram: NTV Kenya

Source

Continue Reading

Entertainment

Exclusive: Salma Hayek & Javier Bardem Consider “The Roads Not Taken” in Sally Potter’s Latest

Published

on

By


“What are you doing to make things better?” asks Salma Hayek in Women and Hollywood’s exclusive clip of “The Roads Not Taken.” Written and directed by Sally Potter, the drama follows a day in the life of Leo (Javier Bardem) and his daughter, Molly (Elle Fanning), who struggles to make sense of her father’s chaotic mind.

“The Roads Not Taken” sees Leo considering the alternate lives he could have lived — including a life in Mexico instead of the States. The clip suggests that his imagined life south of the border is not without complications. He and Dolores (Hayek) seem to be at a crossroads, with each convinced that neither has the other’s best interests in mind.

“The Roads Not Taken” is making its World Premiere in Competition at the Berlinale on February 26. The program is composed of 18 titles, and six of them, or 33 percent, are directed or co-directed by women. The pic hits select U.S. theaters March 13. Laura Linney co-stars.

Potter’s most recent film, ensemble comedy “The Party,” premiered at the 2017 Berlinale. “Orlando” and “Yes” are among her other features.



Source

Continue Reading

Trending

//onemboaran.com/afu.php?zoneid=2954224
We use cookies to best represent our site. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies.
Yes