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Jourdan Dunn, professionally attractive person, saw New York's wind chill of -3 Fahrenheit and raised it an elegant forest green tracksuit. The suit in question, a Vetements two-piece, half of which can be found on Net-a-Porter for $665, appeared leaving Diane von Furstenberg's fall 2016 show with its owner, a pair of grey Timbs, and friend Karlie Kloss. It shown brighter than both of their poreless complexions combined.
The look says, "I respect my profession, but I'd rather be at home under approximately six blankets." It says, "This the worst," but also, "I match." It says, "Cozy, cozy, cozy, cozy," but also, "This weather will not beat me." It's the outdoor version of women without pants in giant sweaters, but cooler and way more expensive. Finally, this tracksuit (and its more affordable iterations) would say "I give up" on normal people, but is the best outfit option for tundra-like climes if you're a gorgeous human person. See?