Celebrity Gigi Hadid Gigi Hadid Wore So Many Fall Trends Under One Chic Coat And you've got to see these pants. By Christopher Luu Christopher Luu Instagram Twitter Christopher is a Southern California-based editor and has been with InStyle since 2018. He covers all things entertainment, celebrity, and culture. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on October 11, 2021 @ 06:16PM Pin Share Tweet Email How many trends are too many? The limit does not exist, according to Gigi Hadid. During a very sunny New York City stroll, Hadid piled on some of falls biggest trends, including a demure take on the skin-baring cardigans that her sister Bella (and her supermodel pals) has been championing all year long. Underneath a long, white double-breasted coat with super-broad shoulders, Gigi wore a knit chocolate-brown collared cardigan over a buttery cable-knit sweater vest. The doubled-up knitwear certainly made a statement, but she added one of her new go-to pieces: a pair of jeans with all-over embellishment. Last time, Gigi opted for blinged-out jeans, but today, she chose white jeans with doodle details from wait to ankle. The tiny drawings include floral designs, rainbows and clouds, birds, and celestial detailing, like planets and stars. Her finishing touches included yellow-lensed sunglasses with matching clear yellow frames, chunky necklaces, and a tiny handbag. Photo by Gotham/GC Images Gigi Hadid's Extreme Crop Top Featured Side-Boob Cutouts Over the weekend, Gigi posted a sweet photo of her sister and her daughter to commemorate Bella's 25th birthday, calling her a "forever protector" to baby Khai. "We celebrate you today and every day @bellahadid: She's my baby sister but also a firecracker of a spiritual body guard 😅 and a forever protector as an auntie," her Instagram caption read. "I have so much pride watching you take ownership of your growth and fulfillment, and I know everything that you have created for yourself will bring you the year of joy and light you deserve!!!!!! Can't wait. 25! I love you more every sun-lap."