Gigi Hadid's Fall Style Decoded in Several Easy Outfits
While some of us struggle with what to wear in the Fall, Gigi Hadid doesn't seem to have that problem. Every time she steps out, she's wearing an outfit made for the cameras. Whether she's giving the denim-on-denim trend a go or styling her Stuart Weitzman Clinger boots with crop tops, the model inadvertently gives free style lessons.
Of course, it helps when she has all the pieces needed to create the ultimate Fall wardrobe. You'll find that Gigi loves her cropped skinny jeans and duster coats, often mixing them up with other items in her closet. She wears neutrals like black and beige but also bright colors like red and cobalt. Having a variety of selections is the key to mastering Gigi's Fall look, so read on for a closer look as we decipher her outfits. Then, shop similar pieces to build out your own looks.
Gigi loves to do the half-tuck with her shirt, which makes the outfit feel casual and cool.
Instead of sliding your arms into the sleeves of a coat, drape it over your shoulders. It'll keep you warm and add a hint of style at the same time.
If you want to take the monochrome look one step further, match your sweater to your pants, as Gigi did with her Sally LaPointe separates.
Instead of the trench coat, invest in a long duster coat. Gigi has them in several colors, including this beautiful olive green option.
If you're going to wear all black, let your outerwear make a statement. We love Gigi's unconventional Tommy Hilfiger bomber with knitted sleeves.
To make your pantsuit set feel less static and corporate, invest in pieces with an interesting print or color. Then, pull a Gigi and layer a neutral sweater underneath.
When the temperatures start to dip toward Winter, pull out your furry coat. It's a quick and easy way to dress up your jeans and t-shirts.
Wearing jeans in the Fall is a typical fashion-girl move, so do the opposite (if you wish) with a pair of leather pants.
Gigi's trick to layering is wrapping extra shirts around her waist, just in case she needs one later on.
DIY patches onto your denim jacket to make it stand out. Gigi's piece from Frame Denim paired nicely with her cropped, skeletal-print top.
The next time you're about to purchase a black coat, put it down. Go for more colorful selections like Gigi's cobalt blue style.
To give your chunky sweater dimension, wear a longer button-down underneath.
No matter how many black outfits you wear for Fall, you only need one piece (like a cool studded leather jacket) to make it stand out.