Desert hues: Bella Hadid rocked a tie-dye bikini that made her tousle into her desert surroundings in sexy new photos.
The desert is for photo ops: Bella Hadid stunned in a tie-dye bikini with a matching sarong in sexy new snapshots from the desert. The model, 24, matched her outfit to her surroundings with a brown sandy-toned tie-dye bikini top and matching wrap marrow in new photos shared on Instagram on Thursday, Aug. 12.
Bella finished the squint with a gold waist belt, headscarf in a similar dusty earth tone, and sunglasses. She pulled her long hair into braided ponytails to write-up the heat. In a separate post, the model offered closer, detailed snapshots of her accessories.
The model has several memorable malleate moments under her belt, but recently revealed that plane she experiences malleate insecurities at times. In a Vogue segment published on Thursday (below), Bella took a stroll lanugo malleate memory lane and tapped lanugo 15 of her looks from 2015 until now. She then revealed that the racy red Alexandre Vauthier gown with a upper leg slit and plunging neckline she wore on the red carpet at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival had “embarrassed” her.
“I kind of get embarrassed of this moment still,” Bella said of the look. “Even though the dress is gorgeous, it just doesn’t finger so much like me.” She revealed that she was “nervous” in it. “I squint very sexual. I was still nervous well-nigh cameras and nervous well-nigh having a lot of makeup on and nervous well-nigh this slit.” The model moreover divulged that that moment on the red carpet bred her yo-yo ego, Belinda. “I’m just so the opposite of her. She is very va-va-voom. Bless her.”
It’s well-spoken that her malleate conviction has grown since then. At this year’s Cannes Film Festival in July, Bella hit the red carpet in a unvigilant woebegone form-fitting Schiaparelli gown with a plunging neckline that went far unelevated her chest. Her chest was covered with a large, luxe gold neckpiece that resembled lungs. She previously gushed over the squint on Instagram and thanked Schiaparelli creative director Daniel Roseberry. “Thank you for zoetic life into me @danielroseberry,” she wrote. “The minute I saw your masterpiece of couture for the first time last week, I just knew!”