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Gigi Hadid’s £89 Plaid Coat Is On-Trend – & Still Available

Over the weekend, Gigi Hadid stepped out for a stroll around New York City’s Lower East Side neighbourhood alongside her newborn daughter. For the occasion, the model wore the ultimate winter weekend outfit, including an on-trend menswear-inspired plaid coat, knee-high boots, and a fuzzy, Louis Vuitton bucket hat. But while the latter will set you back a considerable amount — the luxury brand’s monogram, shearling bucket hat costs £805 — Hadid’s coat is (relatively) budget-friendly. Which makes it that much more surprising that it’s still available to buy.

Courtesy of Spanish fashion brand Mango, the knee-length, wool-blend coat costs £89 and is available in sizes L to XL. Size XS or S? The light gray alternative is still fully stocked in every size. To style the outerwear, follow Hadid’s lead and pair the look with cream-coloured jeans, matching ‘90s-inspired DMY BY DMY Valentina sunglasses, and a black face mask. Complete the ensemble with accessories in a neutral shade.

Hadid, who spent most of the quarantine (and her pregnancy) at her mum’s farm in Pennsylvania, has only been back in Manhattan for a few weeks. In that time, though, she’s already managed to debut a number of winning looks, including an all-black ensemble topped with a newsboy cap that she wore during a walk with her sister Bella and her daughter, as well as a camel-coloured look made up of a sold-out Thom Browne coat and the aforementioned Louis Vuitton hat. In other words, quarantine hasn’t hindered the model’s style in any way.

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Mango Oversize wool coat

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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