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Emily Ratajkowski’s Beachside Look Includes a Printed Bikini & Unconventional Sneakers

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It appears Emily Ratajkowski’s Christmas may be more sandy than it is snowy.

The model, who is expecting her first child with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, enjoyed her time in Los Angeles over the weekend with a trip to the beach, soaking up the sun in designs courtesy of her own brand. The Inamorata Woman founder opted for her label’s printed $75 Orpheus bikini top with matching $75 bottoms for the beachside outing, both available at InamorataWoman.com.

As her excursion came to an end later in the afternoon, Ratajkowski slipped on another piece from her brand — this time a cozy $115 oversize hoodie — and an unexpected pair of shoes.

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Emily Ratajkowski soaks up the sun on the beaches of Los Angeles, Dec. 20.
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Emily Ratajkowski (L) soaks up the sun on the beaches of Los Angeles, Dec. 20.
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A closer view of Emily Ratajkowski’s sneakers on the beach.
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Instead of a typical sandal or flip flop for the beach, EmRata decided to lace up a set of signature sneakers from Reebok. The tri-color iteration of the Classic Leather silhouette from the brand featured smooth white uppers with hits of red and black across the entirety of the shoe. While the “We Are Your Friends” star’s colorway isn’t currently available, similar versions of the sneaker retail for $75 at Reebok.com.

Recently, Ratajkowski has been showing off a mixture of red and white footwear, one of her new favorite colorway combinations. From here New Balance 574 kicks to her Karlie Kloss x Adidas SolarGlide shoes, red is becoming a prominent shade in the media personality’s rotation.

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Emily Ratajkowski out for a walk in Karlie Kloss x Adidas sneakers on Nov. 27.
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In addition to her recent pairs, EmRata owns a long list of light-colored sneakers that she prefers for her outdoor excursions. Oftentimes, she favors all-white pairs from the likes of Nike, Adidas or Veja. If she decides to spruce it up with a more colorful style, you can find the “I Feel Pretty” star in her new beloved Keds skate shoes, Bottega Veneta heels or her favorite red Celine snakeskin boots. Most recently, the model debuted a series of standout sneakers courtesy of Travis Scott’s must-have Nike collaborations.

As for design herself, Ratajkowski founded her Inamorata line of intimates in 2017 before she expanded it to become Inamorata Woman, including a wider variety of pieces like apparel, swimsuits and more. Beyond modeling pieces from her own collections, the 29-year-old has starred in campaigns for DKNY, The Kooples and Jason Wu, among others.

Follow in Emily Ratajkowski’s footsteps and upgrade your seasonal style with these red and white kicks.

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To Buy: Reebok Classic Leather Sneakers, $75.

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To Buy: Nike Air Court Royale AC, $51 (was $60).

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CREDIT: Courtesy of Rag & Bone

To Buy: Rag & Bone Canvas Court Sneakers, $90 (was $150).

Click through the gallery to discover more of Emily Ratajkowski’s chic sneaker style over the years.

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