7 Pieces You Need This Fall, According to Gigi Hadid
Sure, Gigi Hadid's been busy debuting next season's trends from the runway, but on the street, the model is nailing all the looks we've been eying for right this second. We already know that Hadid is partial to wardrobe basics like denim, sneakers, and sportswear, but the model is busy putting a new spin on her go-to looks while showing us how to pull off fall's must-haves.
So what made the cut for this trendsetter? We rounded up seven key styles that make up the ultimate fall wardrobe, inspired by Gigi. They're all easy to wear with what you already have, but feel super current too. From standout staples, to this season's It print, you'll want to take notes from Gigi. Whether you're looking to get her look from head to toe, or just pick up something inspired by her style, we've got you covered.
Read on to see how Gigi pulls off seven major fall trends, then shop each one!
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On Gigi Hadid: R13 cardigan; Alexander Wang Lyndon Leather Boots ($750); Jacquie Aiche choker.
While skinny jeans will always be in Gigi's rotation, for fall, the model is changing things up by also adding in relaxed jeans that feel perfectly cool for the season.
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On Gigi Hadid: Max Mara sweater; R13 jeans; Freda Salvador Keen Mules ($350).
For 2016, there's no knit like a nude knit, so take a cue from Gigi and add something camel-hued to your wardrobe.
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On Gigi Hadid: Jenny Packham top and pants; Versace Backpack ($1895).
While traditionally, florals are a go-to for spring, this season, give them a fresh twist by keeping the color palette deep and moody.
Ganni Double-Breasted Cotton-Blend Floral Brocade Blazer ($310)
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On Gigi Hadid: Frame denim jacket; Unravel Leather Lace-Up Skinny Pants ($2015); Rogues Bullseye Patent Leather Derby Shoes ($223); Saint Laurent Small Sac de Jour Croc Embossed Leather Tote ($2990); Ray-Ban Round Sunglasses ($175).
Dress up your usual denim by pulling a DIY and adding embellishments yourself, or shop a style with patches or embroidery.