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Eating a soft pretzel from a street vendor, posing with the "Statue of Liberty," walking several dogs down an undoubtedly crowded sidewalk— only Karlie Kloss can commit these New York faux pas while still looking fab. And, okay fine, it ain't a crime to indulge in the city's most famous attractions, but clogging sidewalks and gratuitously posing is a lot more forgivable when you look that good. In this half of Free People's East meets (or vs.?) West Coast lookbook, Kloss looks stunning in short-shorts, a white eyelet dress, and a sheer polka-dot frock, to name just a photo-op-worthy pieces we want. Plus, we're really into that multiple-braid thing she's doing underneath her wide-brimmed hats. Tourist or local, we'd def turn heads as she walked down the street.
Click through for pics cute enough to scrub up Kloss's risqué portfolio.
Photos: Courtesy of Free People
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