Come wintertime, the sunny, cheery hues that filled your wardrobe during the summer months fade into the background and are quickly replaced by pieces rendered in darker, moodier shades. Although it's intimidating to wear bright colors during cold-weather season, Gigi Hadid's latest all-orange outfit may just change your mind. Prepare to rock vibrant hues in lieu of darker ones this season — not only will you make a bold fashion statement, but your look will also be an instant mood-lifter.
On Dec. 11, Hadid was photographed out and about in New York City on a brisk winter day wearing what is officially her most statement-making look to date. Though she's dished out a handful of seriously copy-worthy outfits as of late — who remembers that iconic retro-inspired ensemble she rocked after Versace's Pre-Fall runway show? — the head-to-toe orange look she wore on Tues. takes the cake. Not only is it an unexpected cold-weather uniform, but it's also the ultimate lesson in monochrome dressing made easy (and fun).
Hadid's citrusy three-piece look consisted of a fitted, one-button blazer, wide-leg flare trousers with lace-appliqué detailing, and a double-breasted leather trench coat, which she wore draped over her shoulders. Each piece was rendered in the same poppy hue, and while the blazer, wide-leg pants, and trench coat are certainly statement-making on their own, when worn together, they make a serious splash.
She grounded her head-turning winter look with a colorful pair of pumps that peeked out ever-so-slightly from underneath her trousers. She wore her blonde hair parted down the middle, with the front layers tucked behind her ears for added refinement.
Hadid took to her Instagram stories to reveal the mastermind behind the brightly colored pieces: Dutch designer, Ronald van der Kemp, of RVDK, the world's first sustainable couture label. And though you won't be able to get your hands the model's exact, eco-friendly pieces, her look does offer up a handful styling lessons to take note of, especially when it comes to one-tone dressing.
Though you don't necessary have to coordinate pieces rendered in the exact shade, it does make the look more streamlined — just take Hadid's as a prime example. If you do choose to wear two different shades of one color, make sure the color distinction is very obvious. Ahead, shop The Zoe Report's roundup of the best coordinating orange pieces on the market.