Bella Hadid flashes her midriff in low rise pleated skirt and cardigan during weekend outing with pals in NYC
She loves to drape her slim frame in funky fashion.
And Bella Hadid, 24, looked a picture of the 2000s as she enjoyed a weekend outing with pals in New York City.
The supermodel flashed her midriff and near backside in a low rise pleated skirt and cardigan, in a series of images posted to Instagram.
Y2K baby! The 24-year-old model draped her frame with a funky 2000s inspired look which showed off her midriff and long legs while pounding the pavement in NYC with pals over the weekend
Bella’s very eye-catching look included a denim and patterned pleated skirt which hung at her hips.
She draped a pink and red Comme Des Garcons cardigan over a white T-shirt and carried an edgy Betsey Johnson taxi handbag.
Topping the ‘Y2K’ look off she wore motorsport style sunglasses and a pair of black boots that fell below the knee.
Posing on a street corner near the West Village she worked her angles as she stretched her arms above her head to expose her stomach.
Strike a pose: In one shot she looked down at her flat midriff and rested her hands at her hips
Buddied up: The pals dropped their shopping bags to pose for a pic
In another head-on shot she rested her hands at her hips and looked down while clutching a face mask.
And a few others showed off her look from the back as she swung her hips with her arms out to the side.
The catwalk queen appeared to do a little shopping with she and sister Gigi’s good pal Alana O’Herlihy. The two cozied up together in front of a storefront surrounded by four bags of clothes.
Though she’s known as a fashion force, Bella recently embarked on a wellness-related business venture as she became co-founder of Kin Euphorics.
Shaking it: Bella shook her hips from side to side while wearing the flirty skirt
Easy does it! In the process she nearly flashed her backside to the street
The non-alcoholic adaptogenic drink brand, makes beverages designed to aid in brain function — which has helped her combat brain fog and exhaustion related to her chronic Lyme disease.
Bella shared that she first encountered the mood-enhancing drink (which promises to alleviate stress and anxiety and mimics the ‘euphoric’ feeling of alcohol) when she was struggling with depression and chronic exhaustion.
Speaking on her lifestyle she told Vogue: ‘I would just go to the next job and the next job and the next job—constantly pushing and pushing. I had to be at work at 7 a.m. and somehow go out the night before. It wasn’t sustainable.’
And as she added that she does not ‘socially drink nearly as much as [she] used to,’ she has turned to the drink to take the edge off, but said that ‘feel good’ drink is ‘not just for sober people.’
Business woman: She recently became co-founder of Kin Euphorics — a non-alcoholic mood enhancing drink; pictured September 1