Here’s How to Rock the Oversize Shirt Trend Like Gigi Hadid, Rihanna and More

Gigi Hadid
Gigi Hadid, Rihanna and Bella Hadid rock the oversize shirt trend, proving that you can indeed go pantless in style. Christopher Peterson/Splash News Online

The bigger, the better! As proven by the celeb-adored oversize shirt trend, there's no such thing as a too-big top. Whether you're working an extra-large tee, à la Gigi Hadid, or your S.O.'s favorite button-up (we see you, Rihanna!), you can look polished without pants — so long as you style the piece correctly. Read on to see how these celebs rocked the trend!

The Oversize Tee

The Tommy Hilfiger brand ambassador and guest designer, 21 (above), modeled a long Moschino T-shirt as a dress (complete with what appears to be fallopian tube imagery) on September 6 in NYC. Her trick to making it look like more than (very fashionable) PJs? Adding scarlet Perverse sunglasses, a Saint Laurent crocodile tote and zip-up booties — boom.

The Oversize Button-Up

Rihanna in an oversize button-up in NYC. NCP/Star Max/GC Images

Stepping out the day after the Video Music Awards in NYC, the "This Is What You Came For" singer, 28, went on a date with her rumored boyfriend, Drake, in what looked a whole lot like a men's shirt. To give it a feminine twist, she cinched her waist with a wide brown belt. Plus, RiRi added even more sass with fringed Altuzarra lace-up sandals.

The Oversize Sweatshirt

Bella Hadid
Bella Hadid in a Moschino sweatshirt dress in L.A. Michael Stewart/Getty

Bella Hadid wore a Moschino sweatshirt as a dress to Kate Upton's birthday party in L.A. on June 9. Of course, it helped that the topper was slim-fitting — and that she paired it with velvet, thigh-high boots. Nothing Netflix and chill about it.

Would you try the oversize shirt trend? And how would you style it? Tweet with @UsWeekly's Style and Beauty Team using the hashtag #Stylish!

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