When Gigi Hadid first started releasing collections with designer Tommy Hilfiger back in 2016, the prices were *way* out of our budgets. With pants and sweaters going for as high as $200, all we could do was gawk at the clothes lovingly.
But now that a few years have passed, some of the Gigi x Tommy items have started appearing on Vestiaire Collective — aka a high-end secondhand fashion website — and we can actually afford some of these adorable clothes now! And the best part? Shopping secondhand is *way* more sustainable than shopping new.
Check out a few of our favorite picks below.
1. Striped Knit Sweater
The original price for this sweater when it came out? $129.50. Luckily, you can now get the sweater in either red or blue for *way* less than that (the blue one is literally half price).
2. Logo Leggings
We’re pretty much counting on these leggings to be our new go-to.
3. Initial Cardigan
Turns out Gigi totally beat Taylor Swift to the punch! And while this cardigan was originally $200 when new, you can now get it for only $60.
4. Striped Sweater Vest
This sweater vest is the *perfect* piece to take us from summer to winter.
5. Classic White Sweater
An off-the-shoulder white sweater? Yes, please! This originally sold for $140 when new but now you can get it for $60.
6. Embroidered Jeans
We’re absolutely in love with this embroidered denim, which originally went for $190 when new and is now just $90.
7. Logo Tank
We’re throwing it back to Gigi’s first collection with Tommy back in 2016 when it was all about sailors and anchors.
8. Stitched Trousers
These super cute pants came from Gigi’s very last collection with Tommy Hilfiger, which was NASCAR-inspired. The original price tag was $160 when it first came out but you can grab a pair for $90.
9. Ripped Jeans
It wouldn’t be Tommy Hilfiger if there weren’t a pair of classic jeans. The pair cost $199 new, but now they’re on sale for only $77.
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Lena Finkel is the Editor and Founder of Femestella. Prior to starting Femestella, she worked at People, InStyle, and Tiger Beat. Her favorite Housewife is Bethenny Frankel and when she’s not watching RHONY, you can probably find her obsessing over her tuxedo cat Tom or hoarding drugstore lipsticks.