I Love Kaia Gerber's Classic Style–31 H&M Pieces to Get Her Effortless Look


Arnold Jerocki

Kaia Gerber's style is the pinnacle of a carefree, off-duty model. She's usually seen galavanting around SoHo for a coffee run or Los Angeles en route to a pilates class and looking oh-so-chic doing it. She is the quintessential modern, effortless dresser. 

Gerber's wardrobe consists of many elevated basics which she styles together in a haphazard, but equally intentional, fashion. Her outfit rotation includes oversize button-downs over tank tops, low-slung trousers, roomy T-shirts, boxy blazers, and timeless denim. She wears these with a selection of trendy but straightforward accessories like soccer-style sneakers, tonal shoulder bags, minimal shades, and chunky loafers. 

I've pulled some of her favorite pieces into the ideal capsule wardrobe shopping list below. 

A striped knit can be chicly paired with denim or loose trousers. 

Neutral, relaxed trousers are an effortless-dressing staple. 

Black cargo pants for every day.

Straight, baggy denim is an off-duty model's hero piece. 

Timeless black trousers. 

Utilitarian trousers that will stand the test of time. 

Size up for a relaxed silhouette.

You can never have too many crisp white button-downs. 

True blue jeans that you'll keep around.

A tan blazer will replace your over worn black version.

Body-hugging knit dresses for elevated comfort.

A first cousin to the French fashion staple striped sweater. 

Black denim is a Kaia Gerber classic. 

Sleek loafers update every ensemble. 

Mid-size shoulder bags are Gerber's go-to handbag. 

Refinement in the form of a black button down.

For the warmer months, pair your ribbed knit dress with sneakers. 

Vests are the coolest alternative to a blazer. 

A wear-under-anything tank top.

Every model loves a sheer ribbed top. 

Boxy shapes for over tanks and trousers. 

Simple shoulder bags with unique silhouettes are a Gerber staple.

Gerber loves to finish off a simple look with a pair of colorful sneakers.

For under boxy blazers and worn-open button downs. 

Classic outerwear works with any look.