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Emily Ratajkowski Takes the Slouchy Suit to the Streets

Emily Ratajkowski Takes the Slouchy Suit to the Streets

Suiting has never been cooler. Per the recent fall runways, tailoring doesn’t have to be so HR-friendly all of the time: stiff blazers were given a more dressed-down, relaxed feel this season. At Celine, for instance, the checked suits came with shorts, not pants; Gabriela Hearst showed slouchy double-breasted styles in sumptuous suedes; Jacquemus even paired its boxy blazers with bra tops. The takeaway from designers was that suiting up doesn’t have to mean losing one’s personal style in the process—that wearing a professional outfit can still be fun, individualistic, and not at all humdrum.

Someone who’s on board with the more youthful suit vibe? Model Emily Ratajkowski. Yesterday in New York City, she was spotted running some errands in her own, typically stylish take on the slouchy suit silhouette. Perhaps headed into meetings—she was seen checking her e-mails like a boss—Ratajkowski wore a loose black blazer by her own label Inamorata, complete with tortoise buttons. (It retails for an affordable $135.) She paired it with baggy trousers by Frankie Shop, black Vera Wang sunglasses, and Adidas sneakers. Her It bag also helped elevate the casual-polished look: around her shoulder, she slung a black Bottega Veneta bag with a giant chain strap (fellow trendsetter Hailey Bieber has been spotted carrying this style around, too). Consider Ratajkowski’s stylish take on suiting concrete proof that a good two-piece can be worn both in and out of the office—because you can still mean business on the streets.