Weird Girl Aesthetic: The Fashion Trend Gigi & Bella Hadid Are Wearing

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Gigi Hadid recently took to the streets for a cropped knit sweater has rocked fashionistas all over the world. A mix of different colors and textures, the stylish top is teamed with baggy jeans, a brown bucket hat, a small white purse and Black Converse. Needless to say, it is a lot to handle at first glance. At first I didn’t know how to describe the look or whether I would consider it cute. But after doing some research, I’ve discovered a trend worthy of being coined as “strange girl taste,” and yes, I’m a celebrity.

Gigi Hadid Weird Girl Aesthetic Getty images

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For starters, don’t let the name — which sounds like it might have negative connotations — fool you. If you’re digging these types of ‘fits, there’s absolutely nothing weird about it. Own it! Big trendsetters like Gigi and Bella Hadid have embraced the weird girl look and more and more people are joining in.

So what exactly is it but a seemingly confused name fashion aesthetic? The quirky girls aesthetic revolves around your choice to wear whatever outfit you want, no matter what the more popular trends say. It’s about mixing and matching different materials, textures, colors and patterns to all merge into a bold look that you wouldn’t think would work, but just do.

The strange girl’s aesthetic is an avoidance of the trend is happening, most notably Y2K and maximalism. It is even derived from Harajuku fashion (think: every single color of the rainbow, clashing patterns, texture overload, intricate accessories and beaded jewelry).

A number of distinct styles that both work against each other is exactly what makes the weird girl with her taste buds so attractive, quirky, and dare I say ~sharp~. Conventional clothing items aren’t “supposed” to complement each other, but somehow we can find a way to appear in sync. Maybe it wants to challenge what is currently trending, or maybe it wants to combine many different trends into one just to see what can happen with it. Who says rules have to exist in fashion? Your favorite weird girl definitely isn’t.

In the meantime, find a few Hadid sisters outfits, as well as apparel and accessories that you can shop for to their level of weirdness, which, I promise, is within reach. hand than you think.

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Bella Hadid is the kid posted on the quirky aesthetic. Just look at her outfit! The hat has random knitted threads and colorful baubles hanging from it — a prime example of how to combine in fashion. Her vibrant scarf also has an almost childish flair or make it yourself. The wrap-around black glasses with yellow frames and the black leather gloves with the oversized hoop on top make a striking contrast to her two yellow tops and aubergine purple jacket, really reminds me to the snow jacket I might have picked up when I was 12 years old. There’s a lot going on with the top half of her OOTD, but on the bottom, she’s simple with baggy black pants and retro-looking slate. Dissecting this outfit feels like putting together pieces from 10 different boxes, but that’s the point of an odd girl’s taste — it’s everywhere, and you want it to be. any.

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This next weird girl look from Bella is more subtle and one that I’ll definitely try out for myself. The model wears a multicolored, striped bolero sweater with a plain white tank top, baggy pants, and rubber clogs or boots. For accessories, she wears jackets in a sportier tone (shock item), a bright orange shoulder bag, dangling gold and pearl earrings and a blue snakeskin belt Silver heart detail. Again, what the hell does it all that creating a unified, trendy fit? You, me and the fashion gods will never know; it’s just how weird girls roll aesthetic.

After all the advice from everyone’s favorite supermodel sisters, it’s time to dive into 30 pieces of clothing and accessories you can wear IRL to show off your weird inner girl. me. From knitted sweaters to kids t-shirts and Super mini skirtYou will have a strange trip.

Eye-catching sweater

Christopher Esber Crochet Sweater Saks Saks Fifth Avenue

Photo: Christopher Esber.

Christopher Esber Cropped Crochet Sweater

YanYan Romy Microstripe Buttoned Sweater Vest Nordstrom

Photo: YanYan.

YanYan Romy Microstripe Sweater Vest with Buttons

BDG Urban Outfitters Crochet Lace-Up Crop Cardigan Nordstrom

Photo: BDG Urban Outfitters.

BDG Urban Outfitters Crochet Lace-Up Crop Cardigan

Versace Safety Pin Crop Nordstrom Cardigan Sweater

Photo: Versace.

Versace Safety Pin Crop turtleneck sweater

Urban Outfitters Adriana Sleeveless Sweater Vest

Photo: Urban Outfitters.

Urban Outfitters Adriana Sleeveless Sweater Vest

BDG Ivana Spliced ​​Fuzzy Cardigan Urban Outfitters

Photo: BDG.

BDG Ivana Spliced ​​Fuzzy Cardigan

Urban Outfitters Rita Spliced ​​Duster Cardigan

Photo: Urban Outfitters.

Urban Outfitters Rita Spliced ​​Duster Cardigan

Urban Outfitters Tana Marled Knit Poncho

Photo: Urban Outfitters.

Urban Outfitters Tana Marled Knit Poncho

Zig Zag Hang needs a bouncy urban outfit

Photo: Zig Zag Goods.

Zig Zag Goods Need Bolero Music |

Teeny tiny tees

Heaven by Marc Jacobs Vitamin Baby Tee

Photo: Heaven by Marc Jacobs.

Heaven by Marc Jacobs Vitamin Baby Tee

Pure Love Tiger Baby Tee Urban Outfitters

Photo: Urban Outfitters.

Pure Love Tiger Baby Tee

Patchwork & bold plaid pattern

Avec Les Filles Patchwork Quilted Hooded Hoodie Nordstrom Jacket

Photo: Avec Les Filles.

Avec Les Filles Patchwork Quilted Hooded Jacket

Isabel Marant Haley Patchwork Nordstrom Reversible Bucket Hat

Photo: Isabel Marant.

Isabel Marant Haley’s Reversible Bucket Hat

Tory Burch McGraw Patchwork Wedge Shoulder Bag

Photo: Tory Burch.

Tory Burch McGraw Patchwork Wedge Shoulder Bag

Lele Sadoughi Patchwork Flannel Bucket Hat Nordstrom

Photo: Lele Sadoughi.

Lele Sadoughi Patchwork Flannel Bucket Hat

Polo Ralph Lauren Plaid Linen Maxi Skirt Nordstrom

Photo: Polo Ralph Lauren.

Polo Ralph Lauren Plaid Linen Maxi Skirt

Moderately short skirt

Mini skirts carry low cargo

Photo: Urban Outfitters.

Mini skirts carry low cargo

Urban Outfitters Aster Fuzzy Knit Skirt

Photo: Urban Outfitters.

Urban Outfitters Aster Fuzzy Knit Skirt

Big accessories

Tommy STAUD beaded bag

Photo: STAUD.

STAUD Tommy beaded shoulder bag

Moschino Patchwork Nordstrom Clutch Beads

Photo: Moschino.

Moschino Patchwork Clutch Beads

Heaven by Marc Jacobs Multicolor Elliot Shield Strawberry Cameo Choker SSENSE

Photo: Heaven by Marc Jacobs.

Heaven by Marc Jacobs Multicolor Elliot Shield Strawberry Cameo Choker

Eckhaus Latta Unisex Ab-Ex Balaclava Nordstrom

Photo: Eckaus Latta.

Eckhaus Latta Unisex Ab-Ex Balaclava

JQWSVE Amazon smooth tote bag

Photo: JQWSVE.

JQWSVE smooth tote bag

String Ting Night Garden mobile phone strap

Photo: String Ting.

String Ting Night Garden mobile phone strap

Knitido + Delaney Ribbed Leg Warmers Free People

Photo: Knitido +.

Knitido + Delaney Ribbed Leg Warmer

Aurora forest heels tighten everyone free

Photo: High Heel Jungle.

High Heel Jungle Aurora Tights

Only Hearts Kingston Thigh High Socks Free People

Photo: Only Hearts.

Only Hearts Kingston High Socks

Only Hearts Kingston Gloves Free People

Photo: Only Hearts.

Hearts Kingston Gloves

AGR Crocheted Cotton Beanie Net-a-Porter

Photo: AGR.

Cotton Beanie Crochet AGR

Missoni Crochet-Knit Wool Beanie Net-a-Porter

Photo: Missoni.

Missoni Crochet-Knit Wool Beanie

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