When it comes to street style, Hailey Bieber comes second to no one. What’s even more peculiar about her fashion choices is the way she styles androgynous fits. Apart from the regular rotation of luxury brands like Max Mara and Bottega Veneta, Hailey is often seen loaning skater boy looks from husband Justin Bieber’s closet. Her staples: grey joggers, a plaid shirt over a fitted tank top and a pair of high-top Air Jordans. She also loves styling oversized blazers with athleisure and a baseball cap. Hailey’s fashion theory is fairly simple – keep it comfortable and chic. Here’s a recap of all her gender-neutral looks we’ve loved.
1. Printed Pantsuit
Who said florals have to be just worn in dresses? Hailey Bieber made a strong case for this anti-fit, bright blue, flower-power suit. Giving the gender-neutral silhouette her own spin.
2. Co-ordinated Set
The key to androgynous dressing is taking elements from the other gender and intelligently incorporating them into your style. Hailey Bieber aces relaxed fits like no one else – seen here in a satin shirt and matching trousers, the model finished off the look with a cross-body fanny pack.
3. White Shirt And Denims
White shirt but borrow it from your man’s closet. In Hailey’s fashion handbook, the rules are simple – amp up the basics and style them well. Spotted here in a semi-tucked white shirt, teamed with a pair of straight-fit denim and a bright red bag for a pop of colour.
4 Oversized Pantsuit
This one’s a personal favourite. Hailey stepped out in this butted-hued oversized jacket and clubbed it with pyjama-style trousers and a pair of monochromatic sneakers. This gender-fluid look was a subtle nod to the men’s style from the ’80, especially the sports players who teamed their loose-fitted suits with kicks.
5 Plaid Shirt And Denims
Did anyone ask for a hot lumberjack? Because Hailey certainly served. Giving this autumnal trend a California twist – Hailey layered her long-length red plaid shirt over a camisole and paired it with boyfriend jeans and white ankle boots.