Bella and Gigi Hadid look like badass action movie stars stomping around NYC
When we take a day off to stroll New York City, run some errands or do some shopping, it’s safe to say we’re not looking our most glamorous (knit hats and harem pants, anyone?). This standard is not the same if you are Bella and Gigi Hadid, athleisure queens and action-movie-style badasses even on their incognito days off. Look at these two. They’re literally probably going to pick up oranges at Whole Foods and they look like Cameron Diaz in Charlie’s Angels. We go to the bank in flannel pants. To each their own, we suppose (even the utter fire that is the Hadid sisters in their action-ready garbs can’t get us to ditch the flannel, especially on a day off #notsorry).
Check them out before they hop onto the big screen in a movie with Tom Cruise (maybe we’re onto something?)!
The sisters were out and about this weekend on separate sides of town, doing weekend-y things like…looking amazing in a crop top? We have a feeling their weekends are spent differently than ours (ahem, cat videos). Bella slicked her dark tresses back into a high bun, stuck on a pair of thick rimmed sunnies and hit the town:
Somewhere else on the island of Manhattan was Gigi, flashing those famous Hadid abs and taking a note from her younger sister on the whole, bun-and-glasses thing. Both girls wore crop tops with big coats that remained unzipped and open, as if to say “yes, we know it’s January but look at how many crunches we do”.
Hi again, Bella. We are so digging the metallic coat and these stupid-cool stunt-woman sneaker/boot hybrids:
And, oh yeah, there you are Gigi. How are these two not constantly running into other people while checking themselves out in every store reflection? Maybe because they already know they look good and don’t need to confirm? This could be.
Hair in bun, check. No heels or fancy footwear? Check. Leggings and (we’re assuming) no makeup? Checkity check check. Hey, maybe we’re not so different after all. Could the Hadid sisters be normal 20-somethings when they’re not raking in millions posing for Nike and looking like they’re about to join Chris Pratt in his next big action blockbuster? Something to think about.