El 'Bathleisure' la nueva tendencia de las VIP que arrasa en Instagram

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Si creías que en a moda estaba ya todo inventado, no puedes estar más equivocada. El mundo de las tendencias se reinventa, a veces para bien y otras veces ocurren cosas que no entendemos en un principio pero nos hacen gracia (para qué lo vamos a negar).

Después de los smokings-chandal en las alfombras rojas, algunas celebrities como Rita Ora aparecen con el albornoz de baño y una toalla enrollada en la cabeza. Aquí está la prueba.

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Esto podría haberse quedado como mera anécdota, pero si portadas de conocidas revistas han hecho de esta moda potentes editoriales. La cosa no acaba aquí, si ponemos en hashtag #bathleisure en las redes sociales, podemos ver que tanto bloggers como usuarios corrientes también se fotografían perfectamente maquilladas con la toalla de ducha enrollada en el pelo.

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Se supone que esta nueva moda aporta cierto glamour al mundo de Instagram, todo al final son juegos de luz y poses estrambóticas.

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my take on the #bathleisure trend. inspired by @leandramcohen ph: @l_maroleng

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#bathleisure

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Y las imágenes so dignas de Pinterest... Juzga tú misma.

If you want to read about what #bathleisure is, whether this trend is still alive, or who and when kicked it off you can look this up on a variety of sources (@mashable , @manrepeller, @instylemagazine , etc.) If you’re pressed for time I’ve just made an entry on UrbanDictionary. Here, I’m going to write about why I loved bathleisure and why you might too. Once, I took a bath in a tiny tub at the Holiday Inn Express Hersey Park. I sat in the shallow, narrow waters, knees sticking out, elbows poking the sides of the vessel. It was the kind of a tub where you can either submerge your chest or let your legs stretch out and be underwater, but not both at the same time. My boyfriend almost choked on his powdered scrambled eggs. Why do I mention that? I just want you to know how much I love taking baths. (might be biased) OK, shower nation, here’s how bathleisure goes. I take off my Sunday best but leave jewelry on. (If natural light is abundant, wear your most opulent pair of shades.) I draw a bath. I wrap my locks in a towel, set a robe on the side for later, then I immerse my embellished body in water. I wait. At first, I sit there, mind flooding with oppressive thoughts. I'm going to have to dry all these pieces when I'm done. That's going to take forever. I should have spent this time catching up on "Handmaid's Tale" or coming up with an eloquent answer to explain why I didn't like "The Shape of Water" so I don't embarrass myself at this year's Oscar bash. I can spend this time being so much more productive! Then stillness sets and I realize - I’m here alone, but I look great, and it feels great just to enjoy myself with no particular purpose .... It's like eating my takeout from a proper plate using silverware (even when I'm alone) or putting together an outfit even when I work from home. All these things take time; they're subtle and not necessary, but they make the massive difference in how you feel at the end of the day. It is the art of living and bathleisure is now part of it. . . . . . #ig_nycity #selfie #illestgrammers #gameoftones #streetcollectors #huntgram #nycprimeshot #_heater #stylegram #postthepeople #icapture_nyc

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Ah sí, y ellos también se animan (nos morimos de la risa).

Europe starts here. Brussels ❤️ Cx #bathleisure

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Si Leandra Medine lo hace también, esto apunta a que ya estamos en la tendencia más potente de moda de este 2018. ¿Tú qué opinas?

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