Rosie, Brooklyn, Karlie and more — models just have the best street style in the world, and are a totally amazing source of inspiration for everything from fitness looks to airport style to glammed-up gala looks.

Even their Halloween costumes are chicer than chic, especially Gigi’s (of course). She rocked a DIY Boy Scout uniform on Halloween, and it’s actually a look that you could easily copy over into the real world for any situation with velvet pants, suspenders and a chambray shirt — you know, stuff you already own. Here’s how to pull it all together.


Go with a medium color chambray blouse and navy velvet cropped pants — all held up with blue suspenders — for a super cheeky, creative take on the Canadian tuxedo. The addition of more texture through silver kicks, a velvet backpack and a silk scarf round out the look.

Topshop Denim Fitted Shirt ($55), River Island Navy Velvet Pleated Pants ($76), Express Blue Solid Suspenders ($30), Silver Chuck Taylor All-Star Sneakers ($70), Topshop Large Velvet Backpack ($55), Nordstrom Silk and Cashmere Scarf ($99), H&M Earrings With Tassels ($15)


The black suspenders and black shoes ground this look, while the metallic in the velvet trousers and bag help lift it up a little bit. A super dark chambray shirt helps bring it all together and bridge the contrast between the light and dark.

J.Crew Boy Fit Chambray Shirt ($50), Zara Velvet Joggers ($26), Express Skinny Suspenders ($30), Mango Pointed Toe Flats ($60), Kenzo Cut Out Leather Tote ($290), The Limited Fireball Earrings ($25)


Rock this one with confidence and you’ll do great no matter what situation you’re in. The hunter green of the suspenders bring together the blue and crimson nicely, and a neutral gray boot and dusty plum bag complete the look.

J.Crew Chambray Shirt ($80), M.i.H. Marrakesh Kick Flare Velvet Jeans ($235), Club Room Suspenders ($40), Zara Leather Ankle Boots ($139), Mango Pearl Pendant Necklace ($26), Rebecca Minkoff Sicily Clutch ($150)

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