Irina Shayk put on a fashionable display and her look is getting plenty of attention on social media. Irina was spotted in New York wearing the new Skims velour tracksuit with a pair of knee-high boots. Kim Kardashian announced the tracksuits last month and teamed up with Paris Hilton for the promotional campaign. Not only are people talking about Irina’s outfit because she looked flawless, but because she wore knee-high boots with the outfit.
Irina wore the Skims velour hoodie, velour crew neck tank, and the velour joggers with boots from By Far. The look was exceptional and now many people are sounding off about Irina’s choice of footwear.
Typically, tracksuits are worn with athletic shoes but Irina went all out by tucking her velour jogger pants inside the boots for a look that was as unique as it was stylish.
The Skims velour hoodie that Irna Shayk wore retails for approximately $78 and she wore the color smoke. The Skims line is available in many sizes ranging from XXS-4X.
The Skims velour crew neck tank is sleeveless and features a ringer neckband and banded armholes. The velour means the top is extra soft and Irina looked gorgeous as she paired it with the hoodie. The Skim velour crew neck tank retails for about $52.
The matching jogger pants have an elasticized waistband and zippered, welt pockets. The pants retail for about $78.
In addition to the outfit and her By Far leather boots, Irina stayed fashionable by wearing zebra-print on her face mask and bag. For her fae mask she wore the zebra face mask by Maskc that costs about $18 for a pack of ten.
The purse that Irina carried is from By Far and is called the Zebrina bag. It retails for about $425.
You may see a video of Irina Shayk wearing the outfit while out in New York below.
What do you think about the velour Skims outfit on Irina? Do you like the look on her?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.