Kaia Gerber Wore Low-Rise Flare Leggings With Ankle Boots for a Night Out

Aside from some chic mini- and midi-dress looks for events and parties, we've grown accustomed to seeing Kaia Gerber in jeans or simple black leggings on a day-to-day basis. And those jeans are usually loose with a high waist. But last night, post-NYFW, Gerber went out for the night (to the premiere of High Fidelity, starring Zoë Kravitz), and she wasn't wearing anything loose or denim.

We love it when celebrities take risks and wear something different, and you could say that Gerber definitely did that with her low-rise, flare-leg leggings emblazoned with large flowers. Printed, flared, and low-rise are all polarizing styles when it comes to leggings, so the fact that she wore a pair that combined all three elements and looked incredibly chic doing so is impressive. She kept the rest of the look simple with a pair of platform ankle boots and a cropped white T-shirt that exposed the low rise of her pants. She topped the look off with a dramatic suede trench, which certainly added to the '70s vibe. You should probably just see how chic it was for yourself. Scroll on to do that and to shop flare leggings that are slightly easier to wear, if you're so inclined.


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On Kaia Gerber: Fendi Overcoat ($6900); Charlotte Knowles leggings

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Allyson Payer
Senior Editor

Allyson is a senior editor for Who What Wear. She joined the company in 2014 as co-founder Katherine Power's executive assistant and over the years has written hundreds of stories for Who What Wear. Prior to her career in fashion, Allyson worked in the entertainment industry at companies such as Sony Pictures Television. Allyson is now based in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She holds a BFA in theater. Her path to fashion may not have been linear, but based on the number of fashion magazines she collected as a child and young adult, it was meant to be.