Irina Shayk’s comfiest looks are goals this season

Christina Jaber


Irina Shayk’s comfiest looks are goals this season

In case you haven’t noticed, Russian supermodel Irina Shayk has been delivering some really comfy, trendy, and ultimate go-to looks. Not only she’s starting to set trends, she’s also rocking the art of mixing elegance and sporty vibes together. After she made school uniform look so chic in a checkered mini skirt and black hoodie in a full Burberry look, she’s nailing tracksuit outfits, tie & dye trends, little printed dresses, and more.


We think you’ll be needing this kind of inspiration, since the world of fashion has been moving towards the comfy zone with all the changes the pandemic has been imposing. Keep scrolling and get inspired by Irina’s comfiest looks.


Since the velour suit is back, Irina Shayk chose hers from Kim Kardashian’s shapewear SKIMS in grey which she pulled off in an extra stylish look with a pair of high heeled high-knee boots, on-point mixing the sporty and elegant vibe together. She added a zebra printed bag and, obviously, a face mask.




Who said a little red floral dress can’t be the best winter garment? The Russian model broke the codes as she paired a Bec + Bridge silk mini floral dress in pop red and white with an oversized black knit pullover, Bottega Veneta Chelsea Combat Boots in black, and a By Far Bordeaux leather bag. A comfy and practical look that is not too sporty, and is definitely our casual favorite.





In a full H&M Studio glittery set, she walked the streets of Milan, last September giving us a lesson on the casual x elegant x comfy style and to be honest, we are out there looking for this glittery set and we want it now!





On the denim side, Irina wore tie & dye Alberta Ferretti denim pants in orange, white and blue, which she paired with a black tank top, a black leather jacket, and a pair of Dr Marten’s black boots, nailing the preppy and grungy style.



Leggings never looked that fresh and stylish. Irina paired an Intimissimi black legging with a crop top and added an UGG Marlene sherpa pastel pink jacket, as well as pop pink UGG mini boots. Irina chose to accentuate her look with some layered necklaces.



Well if we fell in love with this look, it’s because of the Chanel Caoutchouc High Boots in black and beige. Irina’s look is the proof that rainwear can also be stylish.




She took on the tie & dye trend one more time in a cotton set in pastels, which she paired with the pink mini UGG boot and a pair of oval frame sunglasses from Rowen Rose.