We never thought we’d see the day that tearaway pants would make their comeback, but some of our fave celebs proved that they’re back & better than ever. From Rihanna to Bella Thorne, the ’90s trend is back & here to stay. What do you guys think, will you try the trend?
The latest ’90s trend to make a comeback is the tearaway pants and we’re not sure how we feel about it. Rihanna, 29, was the first to bring the trend back when she headed to the launch of her Fenty x Puma collection at Bergdorf Goodman. She rocked her own pair of white super super wide leg track pants with the sides completely open showing off her legs and thigh-high leather boots. RiRi opted to style her pants with a black and white crop top.
Kim Kardashian, 36, rocked the tearaway pants a few days later but styled them a bit differently. Kim wore a pair of Adidas breakaway pants and also kept hers wide open, but she tucked a completely sheer black lace bodysuit underneath. The bodysuit had a plunging neckline and her boobs were falling out of the top, but she looked cool and edgy in this getup.
Another one of our fave gals who tried the look was Bella Hadid, 20. She opted to wear a matching tearaway Off-White tracksuit in royal blue. She rocked a cropped blue zip-up jacket with a matching pair of high-waisted silky, wide-leg pants with white striped down the side. She kept her pants closed except for at the hems, showing off strappy heels. We love that Bella dressed up this casual look.
Last but never least, the most recent celeb to try the trend, was Bella Thorne, 19. She headed to Live With Kelly in NYC when she opted to wear a very edgy ensemble. She rocked a full black fishnet bodysuit with white wide-leg tearaway pants that had black snaps down the side. She left her pants completely open showing off her toned legs in fishnet stockings and leopard print booties. She styled her pants with a simple black crop top and flashed her stomach through her fishnet bodice.
We can’t tell if we love this trend or loathe it — what do you guys think? Would you try the ’90s trend?