The childhood favorite is making a comeback.
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Hailey Bieber Braided Pigtails Instagram
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Everyone's favorite childhood hairstyle is making a comeback — at least, as far as Hollywood is concerned — and Hailey Bieber is the latest celebrity to take it for a test drive.

Joining the likes of Kim Kardashian and Megan Fox, Bieber debuted a set of grown-up braided pigtails in her latest Instagram Story. In the post, the model posed for a mirror selfie inside her closet, wearing a yellow tie-dye shirt, black bike shorts, and a gray sweatshirt draped around her shoulders. A pair of tube socks and chunky sneakers echoed the sportiness of her outfit, as did a brown L.A. baseball cap that partially covered her pigtails. For a further '90s touch, Hailey left out two face-framing strands and tied off each plait with a white scrunchie.

Hailey Bieber Braided Pigtails Instagram
Credit: @haileybieber/Instagram

Hailey shared another snapshot of herself (well, of her feet) lounging by the pool with a book in hand, and in a third photo, she seemingly went for a leisurely car ride with her husband Justin Bieber, captioning the shot: "bebe."

Hailey Bieber Braided Pigtails Instagram
Credit: @haileybieber/Instagram

Hailey's day of relaxation came a little over a week after she suffered a blood clot to the brain. Last weekend, she shared details from her hospitalization, describing it as "one of the scariest moments" she's ever experienced. However, a source told People that Justin might've been more traumatized by the medical emergency than Hailey.

"When it happened, there was a lot of panic. Justin was crying, because you don't expect your young wife to have symptoms that resemble a stroke," the insider shared. "Justin texted everyone he knew and asked everyone to pray for her, and he never left her side." They continued, "He was saying that he can't lose her, that whatever it takes, he wanted the best medical treatment available. He would've done anything to help her. It was a moment for them both to be reminded about mortality, and focusing on what really matters."