How to Look like an Off-Duty Model

From the catwalks to the sidewalk. If you keep on asking yourself how to look like an off-duty model look, then I am here to help you dear. Today I am ready to share with you all the street style outfits to get inspired by for creating an impeccable off-duty model look. Looking through super models street style images, it's quite easy to find the right outfit. The best way to get inspired by models is to view street style images before major fashion weeks. I am obsessed with chic off-duty uniforms and leggy ladies who are clad in moto-jackets, skinny jeans and bold boots. See how these runway ladies appear in the streets before shows wearing effortless, must-have season essentials.

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White tops and black bottoms. We see models who wear pretty white shirts paired with ripped black skinnies and leather black tight trousers.

This off-duty style can be easily achieved by any student. I think everyone will agree with me that fashion models are masters of comfort and cool style. They are always on the run, so they have to be quick in choosing the right clothing. Indeed, spending so much time around clothing makes models to be great stylists. I have rounded up the best tips and inspiring outfits for your one and only effortless off-duty look inspiration. Scroll through and find your favorites.

You can keep things more ladylike by wearing a nice shirt tucked in high-rise flared mini skirt:

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How about punk inspired outfit? We see a girl wearing a knitted beanie, loose-fit white tank and knee-ripped black skinnies:

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Keep it casual and fun. Go for a grid print shirt-dress and style it with aviator sunglasses, gladiator sandals, and suede shoulder bag:

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If you want to dress edgy then you better try on black leather jacket and style it with simple white top and ripped jeans:

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How about country side details? In love with this collarless tunic shirt styled with dark blue skinnies and light brown suede ankle-boots:

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The simplicity is always a good choice. Go for a striped tee and style it with high-waisted blue skinny jeans and comfy light brown suede ankle-boots:

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Keep your outfit chic and boho inspired:

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A long kimono will ideally update your summer off-duty look. Try it on atop white top and ripped slim-fit jeans:

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Black and white combo is a classic choice so far:

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Salmon pink top looks sweet and ladylike paired with dark blue shorts:

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I love when models choose comfort clothes. We see a black shift dress worn with nice trainers:

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You can update your outfit by adding a black leather biker jacket, crop top and dark blue tailored pants:

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How about a tomboy touch? Try on wide-brim bowler hat and pair it with white shirt-dress and long cardigan:

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That's what I call grunge, model off-duty look:

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