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Irina Shayk Continues to Prove Her Outerwear Game Is Unmatched

Bianca Betancourt
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When it comes to standout street style, Irina Shayk takes no days off.

The supermodel was photographed recently in New York City showing off two different looks that both included Shayk's signature wardrobe piece: chic statement outerwear. On Saturday, Shayk stepped out wearing a white cropped T-shirt; high-waist, light-wash denim by Ksubi; white lace-up sneakers by Sorel; and a plaid trench coat by Vivienne Westwood. Shayk accessorized the look with her trademark micro sunnies by Prada and an affordable vegan leather ruched bag by JW Pei; she also had her hair styled in two braided plaits.

Photo credit: Jason Merritt/Radarpics/Shutterstock - Shutterstock
Photo credit: Jason Merritt/Radarpics/Shutterstock - Shutterstock

Today, the model took to the streets of NYC again, but this time in a vibrant royal-blue pinstriped overcoat complete with varsity-inspired patch detailing by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini. Shayk layered the luxe coat with an oversized crisp white button-down blouse, black leggings, and chunky leather boots. The model wore her hair pinned up with a tortoiseshell hair clip and accessorized with oval-shaped sunglasses from Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini by Lozza, and a coordinating mustard-yellow purse.

Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images
Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images

Shayk has remained dedicated to sporting luxe outerwear in recent weeks, including stylish appearances wearing a shearling moto jacket (paired with an enviable vintage Britney Spears concert tee), a bright blue Max Mara number, and a luxe red leather trench.

The model recently spoke to ELLE about the evolution of her fashion career and how she refused to mold herself into the fashion industry's then outdated standards on what makes a top model.

“They put a label on you: ‘She’s Sports Illustrated, she’s too sexy.’ I heard so many times in my life, ‘She’s never going to work with Steven Meisel. She’s not a Burberry girl,’” Shayk told the magazine. "I won’t lie—it was hard to climb the hill and show people that you can be both. [Now I'm] doing some jobs that I never did when I was 20. Maybe it’s because of who I’ve become.

I feel more comfortable in my own skin: I love my body. I love to eat. I appreciate food; I appreciate life," continued the model. "I really think that’s what fashion is looking for now."

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