Cindy Crawford’s Vintage-Inspired Leather Blazer Makes for the Ideal Fall Coat

The model was the epitome of simple elegance in her elevated basics and chic outerwear.
Model Cindy Crawford wears her hair in a soft wave and smiles at the camera in front of a gold backdrop.

Cindy Crawford.


A week or so into fall, we are starting to get a pulse on the best and most highly-recommended styles to make a part of your daily rotation this season. There are several very simple ways to join in on the trends—grab a red accessory to incorporate the color of the season into your wardrobe or a pair of thigh-high boots to elevate any look. Our recent favorite is equally effortless: Elevate any fall outfit with a vintage-inspired leather blazer.

American model Cindy Crawford debuted the 1970s-inspired jacket during a Versace event on Sept. 27, and we can’t get over it’s simple elegance. On top of a black blouse and a pair of blue straight leg jeans, Crawford’s leather coat really added the perfect touch of sophistication to her simple fall style. She paired the whole outfit with black pointed heels and donned a chunky gold Versace necklace, both of which rounded out the dressed up basics.

“Last night 🖤 @versace,” she captioned the pair of photos that she shared to her Instagram from the event. In the second photo, the legendary model posed in her perfect fall outfit with Donatella Versace herself.

Her followers seemed just as enamored with her style as we are. “Forever the queen of jeans. Love this look!! 🖤❤️‍🔥😘🖤❤️‍🔥🖤,” one person gushed in the comment section.

With a simple black leather blazer atop easy fall basics, Crawford proved that—no matter the occasion—vintage leather is the perfect complement to any fall fashion.

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Martha Zaytoun

MARTHA ZAYTOUN

Martha Zaytoun is a Lifestyle & Trending News writer for SI Swimsuit. Before joining the team, Martha worked on the editorial board of the University of Notre Dame’s student magazine and on the editorial team at Chapel Hill, Durham and Chatham Magazines in North Carolina. When not working, Martha loves to watercolor and oil paint, run or water ski. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a huge Fighting Irish fan.