Billie Eilish Wears This Divisive Shorts Trend From the '90s

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Building on her signature grunge-inspired style, Billie Eilish delivered a fresh look on her trip to Asia. The "Everything I Wanted" singer shared a carousel of images with fans on Instagram on Aug. 17, the first of which consisted of her in an oversize black sweater over a pair of denim bermuda shorts. Finished with platform Converse sneakers styled with black socks and a Harley Davidson baseball cap, Eilish looked comfortable and cool posing on stage. Her choppy, dark hairstyle only added to the edgy theme.

"Asia's been cuuute 🤗 see you tonight ;)" she captioned the gallery, which included a few more outfits in fitting with her neutral color palette, including one graphic coord set that brings to mind the graffiti-print shirt and cycling shorts she performed in at Coachella in April, which were created by designer Conrad. Eilish exuded the same tough yet effortless vibe in a floor-sweeping black robe shown on the final slide of the carousel post.

Bermuda shorts are considered a divisive trend as many take a stance either in favor of or against the knee-grazing style. While some find the look chic and sophisticated, others feel the trend lost its cool factor once short shorts became more popular. Nonetheless, the style dominated the runway in the '90s at major fashion houses like Chanel and Prada — and it is once again enjoying a resurgence today.

While the 20-year-old singer/songwriter brought a casual twist to '90s grunge with these looks, she occasionally opts for sultrier silhouettes. Most recently, she rocked a plunging green bodysuit and a slip dress with thigh-high slits that showcased her range. And her memorable Gucci ensemble at the Met Gala in May, complete with a satin corset and ivory bustled skirt, was an unexpected take on the regencycore trend.

Whether she's performing on stage or resting in between shows, Eilish certainly prioritizes comfort, no matter what she's wearing. Re-create her latest look ahead.