The Wardrobe Basics Kate Moss Has Been Wearing for 20 Years

There are only a handful of other style icons who have impacted how British women dress quite like Kate Moss. She is the reason you'll see thousands of leopard-print coats on the high street every single winter, why ballet shoes are a thing outside of barre classes and why people wear Hunter boots to Glastonbury (and every other festival going).

Kate has been modelling for around 30 years and has kept us captivated with what she wears every time she is photographed, but her style has remained very consistent. She has been wearing the same outfits for decades, with a core arsenal of basics that she wears every day. She might have a real power to sell clothes, but she rarely experiments with new trends. Keep scrolling to see the wardrobe basics Kate Moss has been wearing for 20 years.

1. Leopard Coat

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Kate Moss is largely responsible for why us Brits are so obsessed with leopard-print coats. Her lemon dress paired with a leopard print is one of her most iconic looks ever.

2. Khaki Jacket

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Kate Moss has been wearing khaki utility jackets for decades. They are an essential part of her famed Glastonbury wardrobe, but she also often wears them in Highgate with skinny jeans and a T-shirt.

3. Skinny Scarf

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Kate Moss has stayed true to her "I'm with the band" look for decades, and the skinny printed scarves by Rockins are one of her signatures.

4. Skinny Jeans

Jeans silhouettes come in and out of popularity, however, Kate always stays loyal to skinny jeans. She tends to wear them in grey or black washes.

5. Gladiator Sandals

Sandal trends come and go, but whether it's 2005 or 2015, every summer, Kate sticks to a pair of strappy gladiator sandals. 

6. Little Black Dress

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If you see Kate Moss at a fashion week party, chances are she'll be wearing a little black dress. She even created her own version of this caged neckline LBD in her first collection for Topshop.

7. Tuxedo Jacket

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And she'll usually pair this little black dress with a tuxedo jacket, either in velvet or with a satin lapel.