Izabel Goulart Brings Back This Disputed Styling Trend With a Peek-a-Boo Bikini, Tie-Dye Sweats & Nikes

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Izabel Goulart brought back one of the early 2000s most controversial trends for her newest on-vacation look.

The former Victoria’s Secret Angel explored the sights of Mykonos, Greece, today in a pink tie-dye crop top and sweatpants set from I Tie Dye; the unique design retails together for around $48 and can be customized to your preference of color and style on the brand’s website.

The real kicker of the look, though, was her colorful high-rise bikini bottoms that peeked out from over the top of her pants, a trend favorited by the likes of Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie amongst others in decades past.

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To protect her feet from the hot sand, the Brazillian model stole a pair of her fiancé’s socks and tucked them into classic all-white Nike Air Force 1 ’07 sneakers. With its all-white upper and chunky retro feel, the versatile design retails for just $90 at Nike.com.

This weekend, Goulart showed off yet another bold tie-dye design, this time in a one-piece bathing suit form featuring a cutout panel across the stomach; the swim-ready number comes from celeb-favorited brand Frankies Bikinis and, though it once retailed for $185, is currently on sale for $130 at FrankiesBikinis.com.

To make the outfit even more summery, Goulart then layered in a set of white-frame sunglasses and a fun anklet coated in a double layer of puka shells.

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In addition to stunning anklets, Nike and Prada are just a few of the many footwear brands worn by the 35-year-old. Goulart’s other go-to labels for shoes and designer duds also include Jimmy Choo, David Koma and Max Mara, among other major names.

Click through the gallery to discover more stars who love their Nike Air Force 1 sneakers.

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