When the leaves start to turn, and New Yorkers typically opt for traditional, muted colors like deep browns, black, and navy, Gigi Hadid takes a different route with her vibrant fall fashion.
The 28-year-old wealthy supermodel recently grabbed attention as she walked the streets of New York City on a sunny Friday morning, November 3, proving that her autumn sweaters are anything but dull.
Embracing her unique city style with a casual yet striking ensemble, Gigi looked positively radiant in the heart of the Big Apple, wrapped in a cherry red Guest in Residence cardigan that elegantly concealed her sculpted arms.
Gigi Hadid was difficult to miss in a vibrant red Guest in Residence cardigan while out and about in New York City on November 3, 2023 (Credit: Roger Wong / INSTARimages)
Zayn Malik’s ex-girlfriend opted for a casual, unbuttoned look, effortlessly tucking the crewneck top into her pants. The vibrant sweater stood out against her slightly faded, rolled-up dark gray jeans, creating a chic and laid-back feel.
Diving deeper into her vibrant style, Gigi complemented her look with a sparkling Thesagevintage x Haricot Vert “Favorite Things” Charmie necklace and oversized gold hoop earrings, adding an extra layer of personality to her outfit.
To finish her eye-catching ensemble, she added chic black Giorgio Armani 2504 oval sunglasses and a black-and-yellow Disneyland Paris baseball cap, infusing a touch of glamour to the attire.
Gigi Hadid styled her look with a Thesagevintage x Haricot Vert “Favorite Things” Charmie necklace, oversized gold hoop earrings, Giorgio Armani 2504 sunglasses, and a Disneyland Paris baseball cap (Credit: Jose Perez / INSTARimages)
With a natural, makeup-free appearance, Gigi let her platinum blonde hair flow elegantly down her back.
For her footwear, the Next in Fashion star donned a pair of white socks and classic black leather shoes for a touch of sophistication to her overall appearance.
Gigi Hadid is not just a fashion icon but also the founder of Guest in Residence, her clothing line. You’ll likely spot her wearing her designs frequently, and she effortlessly blends her brand’s pieces with her everyday style.
Gigi Hadid completed her look with classic black leather shoes worn with white socks (Credit: BauerGriffin / INSTARimages)
But this fashion-forward moment on the streets of New York City is just one facet of Gigi’s busy life.
She recently celebrated a significant milestone with the opening of her first flagship store for Guest in Residence on Bond Street on October 19.
The opening was marked with a lively block party attended by friends, family, and celebrities, including Yolanda Hadid, Taylor Hill, Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, Kevin McIntosh Jr., Lameka Fox, and Derek Blasberg.
Gigi’s outfit for the occasion showcased her impeccable fashion sense: She donned a plush white sweater with ribbed accents at the neckline and sleeves, a signature piece from her knitwear store.
Gigi Hadid celebrating the opening of her first Guest in Residence flagship store in a white sweater with a black leather maxi skirt in New York City on October 19, 2023 (Credit: Roger Wong / INSTARimages)
Pairing it elegantly with a chic black leather maxi skirt featuring a daring front slit, she cinched the sleek ensemble at the waist with a black leather belt adorned with a golden buckle.
Her footwear was a pair of sharp, square-toed Toteme slim mixed leather knee-high boots set on a kitten heel, skillfully crafted in Italy from soft calf leather and suede, with a plush leather lining ensuring a snug fit and added comfort.
Her knee-high boots from Toteme are available at Mytheresa for $1,050.
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To complete the look, Gigi embraced timeless accessories, opting for chunky gold hoop earrings, delicate gold rings, and a gold chain necklace.
She epitomized effortless chic with her well-manicured short white nails, natural rosy makeup, and her hair styled in a casual, wavy half-up, half-down ‘do.
Gigi Hadid finished off her chic look with gold jewelry and Toteme slim mixed leather knee-high boots (Credit: Roger Wong / INSTARimages)