Gigi Hadid Looks Like a Winter Barbie in Pink Puffer Coat

This style is cold weather-proof and millennial-friendly

By Alanah Joseph Jan 11, 2018 7:04 PMTags
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Tiny sunglasses. Check. Standout, patterned pants. Check. Oversized outerwear. Got it. Fashionable sneakers. Yup.

Gigi Hadid has mastered It Girl winter style. This week, the supermodel appeared on the streets of New York City wearing a millennial pink cropped sweater and puffer coat, designed by Norwegian designer Christina Ledang (similar here). She paired the bright matching duo with Christopher Bu glitter pink-accented culottes, creating a fashion-forward feminine look. With all of the pink and the glitter accents, the model accessorized her ensemble with neutral tones, wearing Filling Pieces sneakers and white Illesteva Baxter sunglasses.

The hero of the outfit, however, is her puffer coat. It's bright and bold. While the model paired her outerwear with matching hues, wearing the piece over a white sweater and jeans would still have an impact. It's surprisingly wearable, while also helping any fashion lover standout, even when it's freezing outside. 

Gigi Hadid's Street Style

Shake up your winter style! Swapping your usual black, brown or navy blue outerwear for something brighter has major fashion benefits without sacrificing your comfort. Check out our favorite pink puffer coats below! 


Padded Jacket, Now $39.99


Bright Pink Ring Pull Longline Puffer Jacket, $85

River Island

Pink Faux Fur Hood Oversized Puffer Jacket, $180


Pink Ski Puffer Jacket by Topshop SNO, $190


Textured Puffer Jacket, Now $426


Pink Michelin Belted Puffer Jacket with Hood, $1,347

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