Comfort is my fashion priority, says Irina Shayk

Runway star Irina Shayk has revealed what inspires her sense of style.



Irina Shayk has revealed her fashion priorities
Irina Shayk has revealed her fashion priorities

Irina Shayk sees "comfort and ease" as her fashion priorities.

The 38-year-old model has worked with some of the most well-known brands in the world during her career, but Irina insists that comfort remains her number one priority.

She told InStyle: "Comfort and ease are my priorities. Because I’m always on the go, I gravitate towards loungewear that looks polished that I can dress up or down."

Irina recently attended Paris Fashion Week and the model has admitted to being inspired by what she saw on the runway.

The brunette beauty - who has walked for the likes of Schiaparelli and Mugler during her career - shared: "I just got back from Paris Fashion Week, and am so excited about what I saw for fall. I almost never leave the house without a jacket or long coat, so I can’t wait for some major outerwear moments this year."

Irina ultimately believes that she must stay true to her unique sense of style.

She explained: "Effortlessness comes from embracing your own personal style, which for me is a combination of comfort and sophistication.

"The cool factor is a natural result of the confidence that comes with putting together an outfit that is uniquely you."

Irina actually wore sweatpants to a Met Gala after-party in 2023, and she previously confessed that she likes to feel "comfortable" when she's not working.

Speaking to CNN, Irina explained: "Off duty, I'm always casual. I love feeling comfortable going through my day, whether I'm doing school pick-ups, work meetings, or parent things."

The model likes to feel comfortable whenever she's partying, too.

She said: "When I told people my second look for that event was sweatpants and a T-shirt, people thought I was joking, but I wasn't.

"There was no way I was going to party and enjoy myself with a corset dress on. I wanted to be comfortable and feel like myself."