Bike shorts have proven to be one of 2019's most popular fashion trends, with a whole host of celebrities rocking the look time and time again on the red carpet.
And now former Bachelorette Georgia Love has put her own spin on the style, stepping out in a pair of tailored white bike shorts and a matching sleeveless suit jacket from Aussie brand Mossman, at the Melbourne premiere of the musical Chicago on Thursday night.
The 31-year-old Channel 10 journalist walked the red carpet with her handsome fiancé Lee Elliott, who looked very dapper himself in a navy blue suit, paired with white sneakers and a white T-shirt.
Georgia paired her daring, on-trend look with a headband from Sydney PR guru Roxy Jacenko's eponymous accessories brand, alongside a bold pair of pink and blue earrings, a matching white bag and nude mule block heels.
In September, Georgia and Lee announced their engagement after three years of dating.
"I liked it so I put a ring on it 💍 #feyonce," Lee posted on Instagram at the time.
But despite their very loved-up status, Georgia has been open about the fact that it wasn't always smooth sailing for the couple, who had a bit of a rocky start to their relationship.
Speaking on Lola Berry's Fearlessly Failing podcast back in September, Georgia described the first year of their relationship as "pretty f--ked", as the pair battled to cope with the public scrutiny after The Bachelorette, as well as her mother's battle with cancer.
It was the combination of those two events - the intensity of the finale and her mother's sudden death - that put a strain on the couple's brand new relationship.
"Really, our relationship started on that day of the finale airing because it's the first time we're allowed to leave the house together. And then my mum died 24 hours later," Georgia told Lola on the podcast.
Georgia said she and Lee started their relationship "in a really strange, public way with everyone watching you and having to do things like post on social media, because if we didn't people would think we'd broken up."
That pressure was combined with "this almighty grief on top of us, which could and has and does break relationships all the time," Georgia said.
"We had both of those things happen at once. So I don't shy away from saying the first year of our relationship was pretty f**ked. So we never got a honeymoon period at all.
"We went straight from being able to be together, to the depths of grief. So it's almost like we're having our honeymoon period now."
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As for when we'll see Georgia walk down the aisle, at the time she said the couple are in no rush to get married and have not set a date.
"We're really happy with where we're at. I don't mind if we're not planning a wedding yet. We know we're in a long term relationship and we want to be together forever. We're just doing it in our own time," Georgia said.
"We moved in together a year ago and it was like we were teenagers allowed to be together. Like 'Oh my God, there's nothing negative happening! This is all wonderful and fun!' So yeah, we're just taking our time. If we'd rushed things any more, it wouldn't have worked."
Her comments echo what Lee told Now To Love back in July, explaining that he was taking his time and "wanted to do it right".
"We are happy. And so much of our relationship happened so quickly and I want to do this right, and I want to do it properly, and I will," he said.
"But I'll do it in 'our' time," he added.