Heidi Klum Shops With Parents Günther and Erna at The Grove

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Check out a really cool-looking Heidi Klum taking her kids to karate class. I always love the outfits this supermodel mom puts together. It’s like she has her own style.

And check out what she used to finish it with – a skull-embroidered plaid scarf!

Heidi Klum wears a skull-embroidered plaid scarfHeidi Klum wears a skull-embroidered plaid scarf (Credit: Wright / Beiny / WENN)

I like the plaid-on-plaid combination, by the way (scarf and shirt). Other people may seem weirded out by a mom wearing a skull-decorated scarf, but I’m definitely not.

Heidi Klum holds hands with Johan Riley Fyodor Taiwo Samuel, a son she shares with SealHeidi Klum holds hands with Johan Riley Fyodor Taiwo Samuel, a son she shares with Seal (Credit: Wright / Beiny / WENN)

She was joined by her children and her parents, Günther Klum, a former cosmetics company executive, and Erna Klum (née Berger), a former hairdresser.

Heidi Klum, along with her children and parents, Günther Klum and Erna Klum, at The Grove in Los AngelesHeidi Klum, along with her children and parents, Günther Klum and Erna Klum, at The Grove in Los Angeles on March 19, 2011 (Credit: Wright / Beiny / WENN)

Heidi Klum, born June 1, 1973, in Bergisch Gladbach, Germany, was raised by her hairdresser mother, Erna, and cosmetics company executive father, Günther Klum, who previously worked as a production manager for German perfumery brand 4711.

She spent her childhood in Bergisch Gladbach, a city located 6 miles east of Cologne with a population of around 110,000.

Heidi Klum styled her skull-decorated scarf with jeans, high heel ankle boots, and a plaid shirtHeidi Klum styled her skull-decorated scarf with jeans, high heel ankle boots, and a plaid shirt (Credit: Wright / Beiny / WENN)

I’m not sure who made the skull embroidered neckpiece, but if you like Heidi’s style and don’t mind wearing a skull around your neck, you can start with these options I found on Amazon.

These are quite affordable compared to, say, Alexander McQueen’s skull scarves:

Skull Print Arab Style Keffiyah ScarfSkull Print Arab Style Keffiyah Scarf, $15

Reversible Skull Print Cashmere Shawl ScarfReversible Skull Print Cashmere Shawl Scarf, $25

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