Kaia Gerber seems to know what she likes when it comes to off camera style.
For two days in a row the 17-year-old Vogue model has worn oversized blazers with white tops, jeans and bucket hats.
On Friday her version was a light grey jacket which she paired with a crop top and jeans.
Whip lash: Kaia Gerber stepped out in New York on Friday in an outfit that triggered a bout of deja vous
Her mother Cindy Crawford used to wear a similar look in the 1990s.
The teen donned a plain white cropped T-shirt with a set of high-waist, distressed jeans and draped a ’90s-inspired grey blazer over her casual Friday ensemble.
She accessorized with a bucket hat, yellow tinted glasses, earrings, her purse and a pair of black military boots.
Redo: The 17-year-old donned a plain white cropped T-shirt with a set of high-waist, distressed jeans and draped a ’90s-inspired grey blazer over her casual Friday ensemble
She knows what she likes: The teen accessorized with a bucket hat, yellow tinted glasses, earrings, her purse and a pair of black military boots
The day prior, Kaia was spotted running errand, .picking up groceries in a similarly 90s inspired ensemble.
The model sported a blue, striped blazer this time, switching things up with white Converse sneakers.
Kaia began modeling with a little help from her mother Crawford, who was one of the most famous supermodels of the 90s.
But the California-born star has proven her skills on her own, and has become the face of campaigns in addition to Marc Jacobs, including Stella McCartney, Karl Lagerfeld and Jimmy Choo.
Mom and dad: Her parents Cindy and Rande celebrated their 21 year wedding anniversary this week
The young star’s fashion campaigns come following her award as the Model of the Year at the The Fashion Awards 2018.
She’s also walked the runways of various brands, including the prestigious Chanel, Prada, Versace and Alexander Wang.
Of her daughter’s burgeoning modelling career, Cindy previously said that while her fame has surely given Kaia ‘some advantages,’ it hasn’t opened as many doors as people might think.
The legendary catwalk star told the
‘But when people say that I bought her a cover of a magazine, I think, if I was going to buy a cover for someone, it would be me!,’ she said, before adding finally, ‘If I could get someone into a fashion show, I would be getting it for myself.’