Hailey Bieber goes full bimbocore

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Photo credit: Dimitrios Kambouris - Getty Images
Photo credit: Dimitrios Kambouris - Getty Images

Hailey Bieber is something of a beauty icon, with her own skincare line Rhode as well as a reputation for rocking the best clean, "that girl" looks: from glazed donut skin to effortless cool girl waves. While her M.O. is understated chic, she's also been known to try out more experimental beauty looks, from a full-on Freaky Friday-style transformation to an unexpected 90s hair trend.

But she's not just about beauty: she's also all for body positivity, sharing blemish-and-all unfiltered pics of her natural skin and revealing her freckles in photo shoots. Then there's the fact that, as a model, she's pretty fashion-forward. Whether it's rocking Lady Gaga-worthy platform heels, a bridal-esque white mini or a Y2K crop top, she knows what's trending and how to make a major style moment.

Her latest runway-worthy fit? An absolutely iconic bimbocore moment posted to her IG grid. Following in the footsteps of Megan Fox, who debuted an itsy-bitsy pink cocktail dress and pink hair for the premiere of MGK documentary Life in Pink, Hailey had her own Barbie moment. Clearly, with the Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling-starring Barbie film on everyone's minds, Hollywood's brightest stars are thinking pink!

Specifically, the 25-year-old posted a look to her 45.6 million Instagram followers that featured a hot af, pastel pink Versace mini dress with corset bodice. Accessorising the look, she opted for layered Tiffany jewellery and a fresh twist: white platform go-go boots from brand Naked Wolfe.

The shoes gave the outfit an unexpected 60s edge and are, according to the Naked Wolfe official Instagram, the brand's "Jane White" boots, which we can only expect will sell out ASAP now that Hailey has been spotted in them.

Thanks for the style inspo Hailey!

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