Trendsetting celebrities are seemingly obsessed with miniskirts. Whether it be a denim bottom or a linen option, they’re wholeheartedly embracing the trend. And now, all evidence suggests that stars are turning to the utilitarian cargo style. Bella Hadid wore the look at the beach back in November 2021 and now, another street style maven has incorporated the versatile piece into her own wardrobe. Case in point: Emily Ratajkowski rocked a cargo miniskirt while walking her dog Colombo around New York City on Sept. 1.
The model’s utilitarian miniskirt came from U.K.-based athleisure label Adanola and had an army green hue. Ratajkowski secured the $58 piece in place with a chunky gold buckle and wore a brown silky button-down shirt, which she tied into a knot for a cropped, midriff-revealing effect. Then, she paired the stylish skirt with another trend-forward piece: a pair of Sonora’s Santa Fe cowboy boots with contrast embroidery. (FYI: She loves the Western-inspired shoe.) Lastly, she toted a black Lindsay shoulder bag from Balenciaga and threw on a pair of rectangular shades. Once her dog-walking outfit was complete, she shared a series of OOTD snaps to her Instagram story, revealing the cool-girl look to her fans.
The fact that Ratajkowski can pull off an imitable miniskirt look is hardly a secret. As of late, though, the star has clearly been favoring the utilitarian, pocket-equipped cargo styles. For evidence, take a look at the khaki miniskirt that she wore to attend the 2022 MTV’s Video Music Awards back on Aug. 28. On this occasion, she once again teamed the thigh-skimming piece — which closely resembled the viral Miu Miu miniskirt — with a pair of cowboy boots and wore an Encinitas one-piece from Inamorata, her very own swimwear label, as a top.
You can still shop Ratajkowski’s exact miniskirt, ahead. Then, follow the model’s lead and team it with cowboy boots — be it the Ratajkowski-approved style from Sonora or an equally splurge-worthy pair from Golden Goose.
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