Gigi Hadid Wants Capris To Make A Comeback

If there's anything to say, Gigi Hadid wants Capris a major comeback.

Gigi Hadid Wants Capris To Make A Comeback-TSZ NEWS
Gigi Hadid Wants Capris To Make A Comeback

Gigi Hadid was spotted last night in New York City, where she revived the cropped-pants trend with an edgy twist.

The supermodel made a statement in a pair of high-waisted denim capris in acid wash from Jacquemus.

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If there’s anything to say, Gigi Hadid wants Capris a major comeback. Her fit also included minimalist pieces complemented her bold choice of bottoms.

Hadid matched the look with a plain black racerback tank top, a thick black belt with a circular gold buckle from Nili Lotan, a black leather crossbody bag, and black pointed-toe flats.

She further accessorized with layers of gold chain necklaces, bulky gold hoop earrings, and black oval sunglasses.

Before the Capri statement, Hadid recently made another chic appearance during Paris Fashion Week.

She showed up at the 2023 ANDAM Fashion Awards in a risqué all-black ensemble. The look featured a breezy see-through one-shoulder top with a gold chain strap.

Gigi Hadid paired the top with a silky wide-leg pants, pointed-toe black leather heels, and a square leather handbag.

She finished off the outfit with some classic accessories, like black oval sunglasses from Dmy by Dmy and large gold-and-diamond hoop earrings by Simon G.

In a previous interview with with Bazaar.com last year, Hadid opened about her attitude toward getting dressed.

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“My goal in life is to look as chic or put together as possible while always being comfortable,” she said.

“I very rarely, even on red carpets, will wear things that I feel uncomfortable in throughout the event because I just feel like I can’t be myself as much when I’m thinking about what I’m wearing in that way.”

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