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When it comes to celebrity-inspired pandemic style, Hailey Bieber has proven to be the most eclectic. Whether she’s sporting denim shorts, coveted retro sneakers or a comfortable athleisure look, the 23-year-old has made it known that a face mask can pretty much go with any outfit.
Showing off her model physique, on Tuesday, Hailey was spotted leaving the gym to visit while sporting an ‘80s-inspired Barney purple workout ensemble. With her signature blonde locks up in a messy bun, Hailey’s look consisted of Nike Pro Training Shorts, Nike Air Zoom Spiridon Cage 2 Sneakers and an $87 fleece cropped pullover by Los Angeles Apparel that we can’t stop drooling over.
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Casual, cozy and functional, this pullover offers a soft and generous fit and features elastic hems on the waist. Available in a wide range of sizes, this unisex pullover can also be worn zipped up or down — perfect for fall layering can be worn with high-waisted leggings and bike shorts.
As for accessories, Hailey held her signature blonde locks with a thick hair scrunchie and, of course, wore her Evolve Together NYC face mask.
Later that day, Hailey hopped on Instagram to share news about her latest collaboration with Levi’s to promote the brand’s SecondHand campaign, a new way for customers to shop for pre-loved, rare vintage pieces and newer denim styles from past seasons.
Today @levis is launching SecondHand on Levi.com Buying mostly SecondHand clothing reduces a personal CO2 footprint by 527 pounds. That’s the equivalent of charging your smartphone 30,486 times!! It's time to take responsibility for the lifecycle of our clothes. #LevisSecondHand @levis
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”Buying mostly SecondHand clothing reduces a personal CO2 footprint by 527 pounds. That’s the equivalent of charging your smartphone 30,486 times!!” she captioned the post. “It's time to take responsibility for the lifecycle of our clothes.”