11 Ways To Style Biker Shorts
Bike shorts are back in, and they’re everywhere. They’re one of the best year-round staples that you should definitely have in your wardrobe. You can layer them under dresses, ripped jean shorts and skirts in the colder months, while in the warmer months, they look great on their own when styled in the right way. Here are the best bike short outfits of 2022.
1. Graphic tee, retro sunglasses and combat boots
Want a comfortable outfit but don’t want to sacrifice style? Rock them with a graphic tee (fitted or oversized), some retro sunglasses, and boots for a casual look that’ll still look great on IG. Whether you’re heading to a casual brunch or hiking with friends, there’s no activity this outfit can’t tackle.
2. Blazer and crop top
As confusing as the bike short trend may seem confusing to some, it’s an edgy power move that everyone needs in their wardrobe. Underneath the blazer, wear a cropped tank or pop-of-color bralette. It’s also a good opportunity for a monochromatic moment. The perfect shoe for this look is a heeled sandal, and a mini bag or clutch will look more elegant than a tote.
3. Crop top/short set with a belt bag and baseball hat
Athleisure is always in, whether you’re working out or just hanging with friends. If you’re looking to go sporty spice for your look, find bike shorts and a crop top or workout bra – you can even go for a top that’s the same tone for a chic monochromatic effect. Then, pair with a belt bag or bum bag and a baseball hat, finishing the look off with some sneakers.
4. Oversized tee, statement hoops and sneakers
This look is easy breezy Kardashian chic and we’re loving it. Opt for an oversized tee (off-the-shoulder looks great too) and pair it with some statement hoops. Biker shorts of any color will look stunning with this outfit. It also looks great with a slicked-back hairdo, ponytail or loose waves.
5. Sheer top, bralette and sandals
If you’re looking to wear your bike shorts in a slightly more party-friendly way, spruce things up with a sheer top and a bralette underneath, Finish the look off with some dressy sandals or heels and your bike shorts will fit right in at any club or evening event.
6. Neutral sweater and ankle boots
If summer is over but winter hasn’t yet arrived, celebrate autumn with a neutral-colored slouchy sweater and a pair of chunky ankle boots. The softer shades will balance out black biker shorts but also look great with biker shorts of other colors. The ankle boots add a more polished look.
7. Fishnet shirt, bright sneakers, crop top
Channel serious fashionista vibes with these trend-setting looks. It consists of all-black-everything and a pair of chunky, colorful sneakers. Think of it as a more low-key version of a “raver girl” look with pops of neon. Fishnet over-shirts look fabulous in either neon colors or all black and automatically pull a look together.
8. Preppy pastel cardigan sweater and wedge heels
Looking to infuse a little dainty femininity with your bike shorts outfit? If you’re looking to minimize the sporty aspect of this mid-thigh garment, consider adding preppy pieces in pastel cardigans like this layered look. We love the addition of the matching headband and shoes.
9. Under a sheer dress or skirt with a black bralette
Whether it’s cold or hot out, layering your bike shorts under a sheer maxi dress or skirt will never get old. Here, the wearer opts for a printed lace dress with full arms and an ankle-length hemline. She adds a pop of color with some futuristic sunglasses, making this the ultimate party look or cocktail outfit.
10. Printed biker shorts, tube top/bandana top and leather jackets
Going to a concert or drinks with friends? Show off those dangerous curves in a more unexpected way – with printed biker shorts. Leopard print shorts and a black leather jacket will always be a timeless pairing that’s elevated but a little wild. Underneath, show a little skin with a white tube top or bandana top.
11. Chunky crew socks and a baggy vintage sweater
Channel your inner Princess Diana with this 1980s streetwear style. A baggy vintage sweater is oh so soft and looks great with a pair of snug biker shorts, chunky white crew socks and sneakers.