Bella Thorne Looks Pretty In Printed Shorts — Get Them Under $60

Wed, July 10, 2013 1:31pm EST by 2 Comments
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The Disney darling looked comfortable and casual in her cool twill shorts — and you can get the exact pair right here! SHOP.

Bella Thorne was spotted wearing these super cute parakeet-patterned shorts while taking a stroll this weekend in LA. The 15-year-old actress gave her summer staple a fresh update, thanks to the colorful pattern. Not only are these awesome shorts a great find, but they are perfect to throw on for any occasion — and you can get them right here! SHOP.

Bella Thorne’s Shorts:

On a casual stroll with her pooch, Bella was spotted in LA looking seriously stylish. The young starlet is known to show off in edgy clothes and dress in looks beyond her years for photo shoots, but this time she was seen in a younger, more energetic ensemble.

Her short frayed ivory twill cut-offs are embellished with bright blue, yellow and green parakeets, giving the simple look a touch of originality, color, and sass. The Dittos Misty Love Birds Print Jean Shorts are cute to throw on with any top and are affordable at a bargain buy price of $55 on LuLu’s!

She paired the trendy bottoms with a tight yellow tank and low-top orange Converse sneakers, sticking to the vibrant theme of the casual get-up. Her trendy shades and braided updo looked so casual and comfortable. Even when she’s dressing down, Bella still looks great!

These bargain shorts could also be worn with a bright, loose crop top. While you can wear them on a casual summer night if you’re hanging out, going to a bonfire with your friends, or even grabbing some ice cream, you can also rock them with a blouse and a pair of wedges if you want to dress up the get-up.

-Ava Carnevale

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Posted at 4:23 PM on July 12, 2013  

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Posted at 3:46 PM on July 10, 2013  

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