Take a peek at any of her street-style looks and you'll agree that Hailey Baldwin's style is defined by the coolest athleisure pieces. And although the model is well-versed in high-end sneakers and designer tracksuits, sometimes she opts for more affordable brand names. Enter, Hailey Baldwin's latest sweatpants-and-sweater combo: a budget-friendly set that's in stock at Aritzia right now.
Baldwin was photographed while out in Los Angeles with rumored husband Justin Bieber on Oct. 16. The famous couple was seen exiting Joan's On Third, a trendy cafe and celebrity hot spot, with iced coffee in hand. The 21-year-old stuck to her usual style, which strikes the ultimate balance between feminine and masculine vibes with pieces like oversized sweatshirts-turned dresses and chunky sneakers.
This time, the model wore burgundy, nylon track pants that sat low on her waist, paired with a salmon-pink cropped sweater. Although burgundy and pink aren't a traditional color combination, Baldwin's outfit made a convincing case for mixing things up this season.
Both of these on-trend pieces were purchased at popular Canadian-based retailer Aritzia. She paired the relaxed combination with an ultra-short denim jacket and suede-trimmed combat boots by House of Holland. Baldwin slicked her hair into a bun and opted for multiple gold-hoop earrings as a finishing touch.
Aritzia has been a celebrity favorite for some time now, and many big names have worn their latest and greatest styles this season. In Sept., Felicity Huffman showed up to the Emmys red carpet in the coolest head-to-toe Aritzia look. Even Meghan Markle is a fan of the brand, as well as Bella Hadid and Lily Collins.
Baldwin has relied on her athleisure-focused formula for quite some time now — and it's actually incredibly easy to recreate. All you'll need is a pair of sweatpants, a boxy, cropped sweater, chunky boots, and delicate, gold jewelry.
Ahead, shop Baldwin's exact Aritzia pieces, along with The Zoe Report's favorite sweatpants-and-sweater combos to channel your inner off-duty model.