‘The Bachelorette’: Proof Tayshia Adams’ Model is Simply As Good Off Display screen Because it Was On the Present

During her time at The Bachelorette, Tayshia Adams easily emerged as one of the most stylish leads on the series.

Pretty much everything she wore on the show – crop tops, bikinis, dresses, and more – sold out quickly online as everyone loved it their mix of expensive and affordable outfits.

According to longtime stylist on the series, Cary Fetman, Tayshia had a huge say in what to wear on the show. But how does her fashion sense hold up when she’s not on screen?

It turns out that Tayshia is a total fashionista in real life. (Come on, is anyone really shocked?)

Check out her best looks since leaving bachelorette and exactly where to get them.

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1. Everything bundled

Literally * obsessed * with this winter outfit with one Moncler puff coat, Moncler hat, and Outdoor Voices sneakers.

2. NYC vibes

Tayshia took to the streets with fiance Zac Clarke while wearing matching loungewear with one cut off myrrh hoodie and jogger. She completed the outfits with a couple slim Adidas mid-top sneakers.

3. Teddy girl

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Tayshia nailed the teddy coat trend 100% this affordable one from Boohoo. She endowed with Protection boots, on Christian Dior saddle bagand her favorite Moncler hat.

4. Enjoy the sunshine

The Bachelorette Tayhia Adams outfits

Tayshia has split her time between New York and LA and she definitely seems to be enjoying the warmer weather L * space bikini. That is actually the same brand of swimsuits she wore on the show – I guess she fell in love!

5. Work it out

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Tayshia showed off her workout look on IG consisting of one Alo yoga bra tank and matching pink leggings.

6. Ruffles all the way

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Ok, technically Tayshia wore this dress before The Bachelorette, but it’s too cute not to include it! Tayshia rocked that L’Academie mini dress between her time at The Bachelor and The Bachelorette.


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Lena Finkel is the editor and founder of Femestella. Before founding Femestella, she worked at People, InStyle and Tiger Beat. Her favorite housewife is Bethenny Frankel, and if she doesn’t see RHONY, she’s probably obsessed with her tuxedo cat Tom or lipstick hoarding in drugstores.

New hosts for ‘The Bachelorette’ after racial controversy | Leisure

FILE – In this file photo dated April 29, 2018, Chris Harrison presents the Award for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host at the Daytime Emmy Awards at the Pasadena Civic Center in Pasadena, California. Harrison will not host the upcoming season of “The Bachelorette”. Following controversy over race-insensitive comments being replaced with two former candidates instead, ABC Entertainment and Warner Horizon said in a statement on Friday, March 12, 2021.

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Chris Harrison will not host the upcoming season of “The Bachelorette” after controversy over racially insensitive comments and will instead be replaced by two former candidates, ABC Entertainment and Warner Horizon said in a statement.

Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe will take on hosting responsibilities for the show’s next season, the statement released late Friday said.

Harrison resigned dated hosting “The Bachelor” in February following the controversy surrounding an interview with “Extra”. He had defended the Bachelor candidate Rachael Kirkconnell after her racially insensitive behavior was accused in the past. Earlier photos of her reappeared, dressed as an Indian and at an antebellum plantation-themed ball.

Harrison had defended Kirkconnell during the interview against what he described on social media as the “police guard”. He later apologized for his comments, saying in a statement: “By apologizing historical racism, I was defending it.”

“We support Chris in his work,” said ABC and Warner Horizon on Friday. “As we continue the dialogue about greater equity and inclusion in the ‘Bachelor’ franchise, we aim to improve the BIPOC (black, indigenous and colored) representation of our crew.”