Reel Style: Race-Ready Looks Inspired by “Hit & Run”

High-speed chases in "Hit & Run" have us looking closely at the track pants and racing-ready looks on the catwalk.

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Out this Friday, "Hit & Run" tells the story of Charlie Bronson (Dax Shephard), a former getaway driver who jeopardizes his witness protection identity to give his girlfriend Annie (played by real life girlfriend Kristen Bell) a ride to Los Angeles.
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Chockablock with quirky characters, creepy villains and plenty of car chases, "Hit & Run" has us thinking about all the sleek, Formula 1-looking ensembles on the catwalk this season.
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There's no denying that the Blonds have race cars on the brain this season, showing wild brocade moto jackets styled with long blond ponytails and glossy crash helmets.
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On the more sleek end of the spectrum, Phillip Lim's color-blocked khaki jacket and matching trousers look equal parts racecar driver and Star Trek villain.
Track pants have been trending in a big way all through the summer, and these simple black and white trousers by Karl are a perfect piece to dress up or down. $230 at Net-a-Porter.
Likewise, these cozy woven Marni trousers have a racing-ready look, with long black stripes down the front and bands of black at the waist and ankle.
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Reed Krakoff paired a metallic black skirt with a sheer, geometric-detail top to create a sporty, futuristic look.
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Alexander Wang's zip-front moto jacket and matching pencil skirt in burgundy leather feature sporty details like brass-button pockets and gleaming metallic zippers.
For an easy, everyday take on stripey track pants, Rag & Bone created their signature skinny jeans with shock-orange stripes down both sides. $200 at Net-a-Porter.
Victoria Beckham's super-fitted colorblocked dress with contrasting black sleeves looks like something a girly girl might wear to race around the track.
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