Pelvic Cutouts Are the Risqué Trend Bella Hadid and Kim K Are Already Endorsing

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By now, you've probably noticed that the cutout trend has reached a fever pitch. The trend started taking hold with the A/W 20 collections and definitely didn't lose steam at the S/S 21 and F/W 21 shows. In the celebrity world, Zendaya wore an ab-baring cutout dress to the Oscars, and Emily Ratajkowski memorably wore a dress with a built-in G-string while pregnant. Now, Bella Hadid and Kim Kardashian are offering up the latest ideas on how to try out the look.

Both women were photographed in Paris wearing different versions of the exposed-hip cutout trend this week. Hadid wore I.Am.Gia's Carrie Pants (now sold out) with the fabric sliced and diced at the pelvic bone, and Kardashian's Barragán Amarre Dress (£318) showed off slivers of her hips. Scroll down to see how they wore the cutout trend in Paris and to shop the look. 

On Bella Hadid: Andy Wolf sunglasses; Rosemunde top; I.Am.Gia pants; Fendi bag

On Kim Kardashian: Balenciaga sunglasses; Barragán Amarre Dress (£319)

How Celebs and Influencers Wear the Trend

Shop Cutouts

Miaou Maeve Pants in Navy Pinstripe (£178)

H:ours Chardonnay Pants in Black (£158)

Leslie Amon Phoebe Cutout Seersucker Mini Dress (£194)

Farai London Gaia Long Dress in Pink (£95)

Staud Epona Dress (£176)

H:ours Alessandro Leggings in Black (£140)

Miaou Dita Pants in Black (£132)

Superdown Benny Cut Out Pants in Khaki (£69)

Alexis Elisabet Dress (£248)

H&M Cut-Out Top (£10)

Andrea Iyamah Reni Knotted Dress (£162)

Staud Astro Dress (£270)

Christopher Esber Tie-Detailed Ribbed-Knit Maxi Skirt (£410)

Mango Vent Cotton Dress (£50)

Next up—there are new Zara items arriving, and we are keen.

This story was originally published on Who What Wear US and has since been updated.

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