Karlie Kloss is busy studying at NYU at the moment. And while doing so, she has also made the campus her catwalk.
I am especially impressed by some of the outfits she put together recently.

Last week, the leggy model rocked a gorgeous kimono jacket over simple white shirt and denims while on her way to school. She punctuated the attire with sporty sneakers from Adidas, sunglasses, and a white purse.

karlie-kloss-new-york-city-pic231550Karlie sports an embroidered kimono jacket with Adidas sneakers while out and about in New York City on January 22, 2016

This week, she stepped out in a super cool biker-chic ensemble of embroidered leather jacket worn with another set of white shirt and denims. This time, though, her jeans were ripped and she teamed the getup with a beanie, a yellow purse, and the same black sneakers from Adidas.

30A44A4700000578-3420041-image-a-21_1453935655700Karlie steps out in another Adidas-styled outfit while out and about in New York City on January 27, 2016

How do you like Karlie’s street style, do you approve? Both outfits are copy worthy. Would you agree?

To steal her look, you simply have to rock a statement jacket over classic pieces like a white shirt, skinny denims, and sporty sneakers. For a touch of extra, put on dramatic eyewear, an understated but striking purse, and maybe a hat.

I couldn’t find any details on Karlie’s leather jacket and ripped black jeans, but you can score her sneakers online if you want them. They’re the “Campus”, a style crafted from rich suede material. They retail at an affordable $70 so there’s no need to stress on whether you have the moolah for them or not.


3221244-1-4xAdidas Campus 2 Sneakers, $70

Karlie’s sunglasses are from Ray-Ban while her white purse is from Miu Miu. You can find the bag on the label’s website. It retails at $2225.

ray ban sunglassesRay-Ban RB4224 Sunglasses, $220

5BD016_N88_F0964_V_OOB-1-horzMiu Miu Matelasse Shoulder Bag, $2225

Of course, you need not spend on designer goods to copy Karlie’s style. Simply grab the Adidas sneakers and team with similar pieces from your closet or shop at budget-friendly high street labels like Topshop, Zara, or H&M for the items.