Heidi Klum’s Fall Uniform Consists of a Bright Orange Jacket and Matching Pants

Who says an autumn wardrobe has to take on a dark color palette?
Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum.


Now that fall is creeping closer by the day, many of us are putting away our denim shorts, tank tops and sandals for the season and breaking out cargo pants, snuggly sweaters and boots. We love an autumnal wardrobe staple or two, and it’s clear that supermodel Heidi Klum has a go-to favorite set this season: a vibrant orange bomber jacket paired with equally bright flowy pants.

In early September, the supermodel was spotted in the lala Berlin ensemble with her children at the Beyoncé concert, and the 50-year-old television personality repeated her monochromatic outfit while out and about in Pasadena on Wednesday. Both times, she paired the comfy-looking athleisure from the German brand’s fall-winter 2023⁠ collection with brilliant orange sneakers.

Klum showed off the look on Instagram on Sept. 13, as she sat perched on a yellow velvet couch and grinned for the camera. She accessorized with a pair of mirrored sunglasses and a few bracelets, and even coordinated her look down to her long, red fingernails.

“Head to toe in @lalaberlin ❤️,” the America’s Got Talent judge wrote in her caption.

Whether she’s dressed to the nines for a live episode of the NBC reality show or hanging out with her family, Klum always remains stylish. Her outfit serves as a great reminder that not only are monochromatic ensembles are always chic, but that repeating a beloved outfit is something that even the most well-known celebs are accustomed to doing.

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