Emily Ratajkowski has her own take on the denim-on-denim trend.
Last week, the model was seen attending a Knicks game at New York City’s Madison Square Garden wearing a pair of boyfriend jeans and a matching organic denim bra top by Prada. She accessorized with a red cap, thick gold hoop earrings, layered necklaces, and a JW Pei Gabbi Bag in a color called beer.
Ratajkowski posted on her Instagram Story a close-up of the ensemble while sitting at the game, then later a full-body mirror bathroom selfie showcasing the outfit and its additional pieces.
This public fit follows one from several weeks ago when the model took a stroll with her baby in Tribeca. She was seen wearing a sleek white tennis dress by Gauge81 and carried the same JW Pei Gabbi Bag style, only this time in orange.
For EmRata, wearing tight clothing helps her feel more connected to her body. She told InStyle in December that changes to her body during and after her pregnancy were neither going to influence her style nor discourage her from wearing pieces that felt best to her. “I like feeling connected to my body by wearing clothes that are maybe tighter and I’m certainly not changing during pregnancy,” she said.
The model welcomed her first baby, Sylvester Apollo Bear, back in March with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, who she married back in 2018 via a surprise wedding at City Hall in New York City. Per People, she has yet to specify the baby’s gender, sharing that she wants her child to instead feel free enough to express themselves beyond the touted constraints of societal norms. “I don’t like that we force gender-based preconceptions onto people, let alone babies,” Ratajkowski shared. “I want to be a parent who allows my child to show themself to me.”
She also said, “We won’t know the gender until our child is 18 and that they’ll let us know then.”
Meanwhile, Ratajkowski continues to take her little one on public outings. Earlier today, the model posted another story of her out with her baby. With the newborn sporting a striped ensemble, EmRata went monochrome with a blue crew-neck and spandex shorts, and carried her baby in a matching blue sling with cloud accents.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.