Justin Bieber and Hailey BaldwinPretty Pigeon Ugly Christmas shirt . are no strangers to the art of coordinated couples style. Both stars have a distinctive personal style Justin in streetwear and athleisure, Hailey in more fashion-foward pieces but always manage to look perfectly in sync together. It’s only natural, though, that their wardrobes would begin to mirror each other, especially since tying the knot. Hailey has been sporting some of Justin’s Drew House hoodies, for instance.
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And now, she’s taking part in the tie-dye trend that Justin has been rocking latelyPretty Pigeon Ugly Christmas shirt .The model stepped out in Brooklyn, New York today wearing a multicolored tie-dye denim jacket that she styled with a simple black top, sporty track pants, and pointy white mules. It’s the kind of statement outerwear piece Justin has been known to wear. Maybe she borrowed it from him? Though the larger question here is whether she DIY’d it herself or bought it pre-dyed. (It appears she bought it off the rack from Italian label MSGM.) Time will only tell if Justin swipes the jacket from his wife.The prevailing philosophy around breakup style is all about vengeance. Princess Diana did it best with that iconic Christina Stambolian little black dress that she wore on the very night that Prince Charles revealed his adulterous past to the general public. The gown earned the nickname “The Revenge Dress,” and it’s not hard to see why.For Kablito, though, a breakup can still feel liberating even without a standout dress. With her new song and video for “Vete de Aquí” (which roughly translates to “get out of here” or “leave”), the Los Angeles–based, Ecuadorian-born R&B artist says she wanted to write a song for women who feel empowered rather than sad about getting out of a bad relationship. “It’s a song about leaving a relationship that makes you feel unappreciated, unwanted, and unloved. I feel a lot of us often get used to being treated a certain way and make excuses for the way people treat us because we love them.”