What Victoria's Secret Models Really Wear to Work
We’re all well aware that everyone’s work dress code is unique. We have some friends who never walk out of the house in anything but a corporate-appropriate blazer; others don’t really care what they toss on because eventually it will be covered in a pair of scrubs. But models—and certainly Victoria’s Secret models—don’t really have any HR-authorised rules for what to wear Monday through Friday. It’s no surprise, then, that when it comes to work hours, the sartorial results run the gamut. This was completely made evident when we spotted the following ladies attending a fitting for the upcoming VS Fashion Show.
Snapped on the street of New York, the outfits below are a compilation of our favourite work (or play—depends on who you ask) looks from Adriana Lima, Elsa Hosk, Jasmine Tookes, and more. For them, workwear means stunning over-the-knee booties, A-ok crop tops, and coats that look as warm and fuzzy as they do statement-making.
Of course, we can’t say we’ll all be taking a cue from these ladies when it comes to our own interpretation of officewear (unless you will—then more power to you). But that’s not to say we can’t at least be inspired by their bold use of colours, rich texture mixing, and next-level footwear.
Scroll down for our favourite “work” outfits from Victoria’s Secret models.
Ms. Fantasy Bra 2016 herself, Jasmine Tookes, showed us an outfit that relies heavily on our two favorite colours, namely black and gray. The game-changing style move: that super-fuzzy topper paired with a simple fitted cropped tee–and–skinny jeans base.
Would you ever wear any of these looks to work? Let us know which one would be your choice below and then shop a pair of ankle boots just like Lily Aldridge.