Gigi Hadid never fails to impress us with her street style game and today was no different. The model always brings a touch of bohemian style to her outfits and we’re here for it.
Channeling ’70’s style for an outing in New York City, Gigi Hadid wore a cream shirt, matching wide-leg pants — with a brown leather belt acting as the perfect color block.
While the outfit was attractive in itself, Gigi’s choice of accessories lifted it up to a whole new level.
She wore rectangular, orange sunglasses, a stack of silver and gold necklaces, rings, and a comic strip print handbag.
Not to forget the gorgeous pumps she wore — they were a pair of leather pumps from Bottega Veneta Madame. Elegant and sleek, the closed-in, pointed-toe shoes featured a comfortable-looking heel and a golden detailing.
They were of a rich beige color and were easily the highlight of Gigi Hadid’s super stylish outfit.
As for her hairstyle, she let her softly-curled brown tresses loose.
The 26-year-old even posted a few pictures in the outfit on her Instagram handle. The first photo showed a complete look of her outfit, the second one was a stunning close-up picture while the third snapshot gave a closer look at her jewelry.
In case you missed it, Gigi Hadid replaced Chrissy Teigen for an episode of Never Have I Ever season 2
Gigi Hadid replaced Chrissy Teigen for a voice role in the second season of Never Have I Ever.
The model narrates an episode revolving around Paxton Hall-Yoshida (Darren Barnet), detailing his struggles and how his life is not as put together as it may seem.
“This is Paxton-Hall Yoshida. He’s a 16-year-old boy from Sherman Oaks, California,” Gigi said in a promo for the series she posted on Instagram. “And I’m model, designer, activist and a former 16-year-old from California, Gigi Hadid.”
In the caption, she wrote, “Had the BEST time getting to narrate a new episode of Never Have I Ever. I got your back, Pax.”
She ended the caption saying “big love to Mindy Kaling & the whole NHIE team!”
Season 2 of the Netflix drama released on July 15.