Britney Spears showed off her impressive fitness regime this week with an unexpected move looped in the mix.
The “Toxic” songstress viewed the world from upside down as she demonstrated her handstand skills on Instagram last night. Taking things outdoors, Spears flipped over in a red 2000s-style tube top, black shorts and a set of popping sneakers courtesy of Adidas.
The style resembles the Three Stripes’ Swift Run silhouette in a red hot colorway. The sneaker features a running-inspired form with smooth, lightweight uppers and breathable material. Topped off with supportive cushioning and contrasting details cross the heel counter and tongue, the sneaker retails for $85 at Adidas.com.
When she isn’t in athletic apparel, the “Crossroads” star continuously frequents one outfit combination in particular. The looks team a crop top with low-rise shorts and some form of lifted sandal. The newest example of this ensemble came earlier this month as she danced her way through a video, modeling a floral top and white bottoms with brown chunky heels.
In addition to a mix of colorful sneakers, Spears’ collection of relaxed footwear includes affordable styles like Steve Madden platforms as well as Birkenstock Arizona sandal slides and Hoka One One Clifton sneakers. When the pop star does make a red carpet appearance, she typically selects pairs from top brands such as Christian Louboutin, Giuseppe Zanotti and Le Silla.
Beyond her personal style repertoire, the “Womanizer” singer collaborated with a mix of brands throughout her career, including creating a co-branded collection with Candies in 2010; she also previously appeared in the Kenzo La Collection Momento N°2 campaign in 2018.
Click through the gallery to see more of Britney Spears’ most iconic style moments from decade’s past.
Launch Gallery: Britney Spears' '90s and Early '00s Street Style
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