Kendall Jenner's Rainy-Day Outfit Is So Easy to Copy

If you don't count the man carrying her umbrella.

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While her sisters are out there doing the absolute most in bikini tops and gravity-defying jeansKendall Jenner is out in rainy New York City wearing an outfit that just about anyone can copy. The supermodel and somewhat reluctant reality TV star paired staples that most of us have in our closet for a wet stroll through the streets of the Big Apple. Keeping with her current low-key approach to fashion (a far cry from what she wore for bridesmaid duties last year) Jenner paired stealthy black pants and a gray ribbed tank with a simple and sleek raincoat in a buttery yellow that was definitely not giving off Paddington vibes.

Continuing with the pared-down ensemble's vibe, Jenner kept her accessories minimal, too, simply adding a black handbag, black heels, and tiny black sunnies to the 'fit. She wore her signature dark brown hair straight and parted down the middle, and if anyone wants to copy this with complete accuracy, note that she had a man carrying a black umbrella for her — Halloween couple's outfit: done.

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Over the weekend, Jenner and her reported boyfriend, superstar rapper Bad Bunny (real name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio), were seen in New York at Cosme. While neither of them has officially said anything about their relationship, they've been spotted together at a Met Gala afterparty, horseback riding in California, a Drake concert, and at Coachella in addition to the NYC dinner date (Jenner wore a floral knit sweater for the occasion). 

"They definitely seem in love and super serious,” a source told People, adding that they look “really cute” and are “so happy together."

In an interview with Vanity Fair, Bunny noted that he has "no commitment to clarify anything to anyone" when asked about his relationship status and having to deal with having a girlfriend under the microscope of Hollywood.

“There are people who say that artists have to put up with it,” he said. “I don’t have to accept anything and everything because I wanted to be an artist. At the end of the day, you listen to me because you want to. I don’t force you to.”

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