Model Street Style

Models are some of the most innately stylish citizens among us—after all, their very career requires them to be immersed in fashion. It’s not surprising, then, that model-off-duty has become it’s own style category.  So for your inspiration here are the models who have the best street style around!


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Though she usually gravitates toward breezy, bohemian inspired looks, the model’s willingness to try out new trends always pays off!


Ming Xi

This sweet model has perfected quirky cool girl style. What sets her apart? Her love for interesting layers and charming accessories.


Poppy Delevingne

This fashionable star has an affinity for sophisticated, feminine separates. Her style is playful and chic.


Alana Zimmer

The statuesque beauty’s outfits are consistently sophisticated. Look to her if your in need of office outfit inspiration.


Jessica Hart

This adorable model’s casual style epitomizes California cool.


Hanne Gaby Odiele

You have to applaud the cool and confident willingness to take risks. The Belgian stunner is a bona fide street style star, thanks to her avant-garde looks.


Larissa Hofmann

This lovely has an effortless sense of style and the ability to make anything look elegant.


Fei Fei Sun

This model loves to mix quirkier pieces with classic staples and covets a good staple bag.


Karlie Kloss

This trend setter is always on the best dressed lists and it’s easy to see why. The supermodels clean, all American style is polished and youthful.


Anja Rubik

The veteran model always looks perfectly pulled together, favoring a muted color palette and minimalist looks.


Lily Aldridge

This beauty switches from simple, classic ensembles to ladylike, refined outfits with ease. She also has an eye for statement accessories that add some sass to her look.


Miranda Kerr

Her polished, on-trend ensembles have earned her worldwide trend-setter status, and it’s fully deserving.


Jourdan Dunn

This stunner is fond of experimenting with figure hugging silhouettes and downtown chic pieces. The result? Glamorous, sexy outfits that are also tasteful and cool.


Liu Wen

This major supermodel favors edgy looks with menswear inspired touches.

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What They Wear: Models Off Duty

Tian Yi
Joe Fresh Short Sleeve Turtleneck Sweater ($29) and Rag & Bone skinny jeans with a plaid Uniqlo scarf and camel-colored MICHAEL Michael Kors’ Hamilton Satchel ($298). The sporty color-block sweater and easy-on-the-feet sneakers are practical and cute, while her classic tan bag and tartan scarf add a little timelessness to her ensemble.
Get The Look: David & Young Cashmere Oversized Plaid Shimmer Scarf ($45); Lands’ End Cash Touch Plaid Scarf ($29); Steve Madden Bneptuun Satchel ($74).

Frida Gustavsson
Silk cami and Prada wide-leg trousers as the foundation of her look, the model added a vintage printed kimono-style jacket styled under a menswear-inspired coat by Dagmar. So why does this work? The bright pattern breaks up the dark color palette, while the mix of textures and proportions lends dimension to the entire outfit.
Get The Look: Tibi Mila Silk Cami ($158); Banana Republic Collarless Double-Breasted Coat ($250); Topshop Floral Devore Kimono ($90); Free PeopleOpal Short Night Robe ($198); Vince Camuto Wide Leg Pants ($59).

Sara Blomqvist
Cold-weather color-blocking? Yes, please! Swedish stunner Sara Blomqvist showed us how it’s done during Paris Fashion Week last month. The muted tones featured on her jacket and sweater complement each other without overwhelming the rest of the outfit.
Get The Look: L’Agence Colorblock Jacquard Coat ($695); Sparkle & Fade Melton Colorblock Vest Coat ($149); Joie Linnea Colorblock Sweater ($228); Madewell Colorblock Bookmark Sweater ($91).

Anja Rubik
Is there ever a moment when Anja Rubik doesn’t look amazing? All signs point to no. Here, the Polish beauty stepped out in a calf-length charcoal coat paired with a cross-body bag and lace-up stiletto booties. Simply put: it’s chic winter dressing at its best.
Get The Look: See by Chloe Deep Back Double-Breasted Wool-Blend Coat ($870); Zara Military Studio Coat ($299); Reiss Kristina Lace Up Booties ($370); Forever 21 Lace Up Stiletto Boots ($30).

Caroline Brasch Nielsen
Denim on denim is one of those lingering trends we’ve yet to tire of, which explains why we’re eager to imitate Caroline Brasch Nielsen’s effortless take on the look. Her outfit is anything but one note, thanks to the way she contrasted a pale chambray shirt with patchwork jeans in a darker wash.
Get The Look: Zara Light Denim Shirt ($50); ASOS Denim Shirt ($44) in Mid Stonewash Blue; Comptoir des Cotonniers Patchwork Jeans ($180); Free People Two-Tone Seamed Skinny Jeans ($70).

Hanne Gaby Odiele
The runway veteran most recently caught our eye in a fuchsia tee, which added a rich pop of color to her duo-tone Acne skirt. The addition of incredibly cool accessories—Acne’s Pointy Ankle Boots ($630) and Valentino’s Va Va Voom Small Flap Bag ($1895)—made for a noteworthy finish.
Get The Look: Richard Nicoll Silk Crepe de Chine T-Shirt ($445); T by Alexander Wang Linen and Silk-Blend Slub-Jersey T-Shirt ($98); Marc by Marc Jacobs Tara Two-Tone Skirt ($458); ASOS Skater Skirt ($62); BDG Chelsea Leather Ankle Boots ($69).

Lindsey Wixson
One of things we love most about Kansas native Lindsey Wixson is her down-to-earth sense of style. She’ll personalize a basic jeans and t-shirt combo with a current classic-in this case, tassel-adorned loafers-for a sweetly unfussy look.
Get The Look: Sesto Meucci Neda Loafers ($202); Dolce Vita Bronx Tassel Loafers ($159).

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