Karlie Kloss is a woman of many talents. In addition to hosting the newly rebooted Project Runway, founding Kode With Klossy, and walking the runways for top fashion designers, the model knows the secret to looking incredibly put together with very minimal effort. If you, too, have been searching for a time-friendly way to elevate any outfit, you'll want to scoop up Karlie Kloss' belted blazer right away.
Suits are showing zero signs of fading anytime soon, and just about every celebrity has been spotted donning the power duo as of late. Lupita Nyong'o has made the set a mainstay in her event looks, while Hailey Baldwin's checked suit proved the two-piece combo can look casual, too.
Now, it's Kloss' belted blazer and wide-leg pants that are bound to convince even the most suit-shy of people to work the pairing into their springtime looks. The model took to Instagram on Mon. to show off her latest look, writing, "POWER(suit)ING MY WAY THRU MONDAY" next to a photo of her sitting atop an NYC building. Talk about taking a suit to new heights.
Kloss' set hails from Peter Do — an emerging brand known for exquisite tailoring and innovative cuts and silhouettes. The model's "detachable suit," as its dubbed, is perhaps the most perfect example of Peter Do's expertise. Her blazer features bold shoulders, cut-out detailing along the arms, and a waist belt for added refinement. The coordinating high-waisted trousers have sharp creases through the legs and pleats at the waist.
Kloss paired the olive suit with a black turtleneck sweater, pointed pumps that appear to have a transparent block heel, and dainty earrings. Soft face-framing waves and minimal makeup rounded out her look perfectly.
If you're not ready to dive head-first into the suit trend, work your way into it with a belted blazer. The top layer isn't only easy to wear, but it's guaranteed to make all your outfits look more put together in seconds, thanks to its refined, form-fitting silhouette.
Ahead, shop The Zoe Report's roundup of the most covetable belted blazers on the market, all of which pay homage to Kloss' sold-out Peter Do pick.