What Does Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Wear in a Week? A Plethora of Sleek, Minimalist Essentials

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“When I first started modeling, I was a hot mess. A complete hot mess. I grew up on a farm, so I had no idea how to dress,” laughs supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on the set of 7 Days 7 Looks. To say Huntington-Whiteley has since figured it out would be an understatement—the supermodel is a master of au courant minimalism, and her fashion prowess has garnered a dedicated online following.

Throughout the video, Huntington-Whiteley gives us a taste of her elegant wardrobe in just seven looks. She shows us her beloved knitted sets from The Row, the Proenza Schouler she wears on days spent lounging at home, the expertly tailored trousers with clean-lined bodysuits she dons for daytime events, and skirt sets in tonal browns she reserves for nights out. It’s clear that expert minimalism lies in sticking to a neutral color palette in solid colorways, procuring silhouettes that are architectural yet refined, and in lieu of color, she introduces pattern via accessories, like shoes and bags.

Huntington-Whiteley shares how she adapts her look to fit the differing style attitudes in the U.K. and L.A. “I feel in the U.K. the style can be much more polished, elegant, and classic, but at the same time it can also kind of be a little more rock and roll and undone,” she says. “And then in L.A., everything’s quite casual, and so I find myself being able to wear things like whites and creams so much more.” While Huntington-Whiteley is known for being polished, her time living in L.A. has taught her that it is, indeed, acceptable to wear your joggers outside. “I would even say you could wear a pair of sweatpants to dinner if you threw on a pair of heels and a great blazer,” she advises.

Now more than ever, Huntington-Whiteley’s minimalist style speaks to the spirit of the times. After plans (and life) went nothing short of awry over the past year and a half, focusing on staple investment pieces is almost meditative—a way to sartorially clear the noise blaring from so many other facets of life.

Here, shop 7 Days 7 Looks.

Monday

The Row Chopok double-breasted wool-and-silk-blend jacket

$2,030

SELFRIDGES

The Row Chuk wide-leg high-rise wool-and-silk-blend trousers

$1,550

SELFRIDGES

The Row Dilona double-breasted cashmere-blend twill coat

$4,590

MATCHESFASHION.COM

Gia Borghini Gia/RHW Rosie 3 leather thong sandals

$552

MYTHERESA

Tuesday

Magda Butrym padded-shoulder cropped leather jacket

$1,995

SELFRIDGES

Magda Butrym leather midi-skirt

$1,745$698
FWRD

Bottega Veneta pouch crochet leather clutch

$8,400

NORDSTROM

Gia Couture x RHW 2 strappy suede sandals

$625

INTERMIX

Wednesday

Zara halterneck bodysuit

$20

ZARA

R13 Damon pleated high-waist wide-leg jeans

$595

NORDSTROM

Bottega Veneta leather belt

$950

FWRD

Bottega Veneta crochet chain crossbody bag

$4,500

NEIMAN MARCUS

Beladora domed cuff bracelet in 18-karat gold

$11,750

BELADORA

The Row Constance leather slingback sandals

$760

NET-A-PORTER

Thursday

The Row Au cotton-canvas trench coat

$1,949

MATCHESFASHION.COM

The Row Avril pleated crepe wide-leg pants

$1,250$500
NET-A-PORTER

Jessica MccCormack Hex large hoop earrings

$15,600

JESSICA MCCORMACK

Bottega Veneta the Pouch clutch

$3,200

FWRD

Gia/RHW toe ring mules

$740

FWRD

Friday

Bottega Veneta mini pouch

$1,750

BOTTEGA VENETA

Gia Couture x RHW 1 toe-ring suede sandals

$740

INTERMIX

Saturday

Givenchy knotted viscose crepe satin halter top

$1,530

LUISA VIA ROMA

Givenchy wool-and-silk-blend satin straight-leg pants

$1,240

NET-A-PORTER

Ana Khouri Phillipa 18-karat gold ring

$9,800

MATCHESFASHION.COM

Gia Couture x RHW 2 strappy leather sandals

$625

INTERMIX

Sunday

Proenza Schouler rib-collar cardigan

$990

NORDSTROM

Proenza Schouler rib-flare pants

$1,090

NORDSTROM

Bottega Veneta leather mules

$790

NET-A-PORTER

Director: Rom Bokobza
Director of Photography: David Keninger
Editor: Tajah Smith
Producer: Gabrielle Reich & Naomi Nishi
Director, Creative Development, American Vogue: Anna Page Nadin
Market Editor, Vogue: Rachel Besser
Stylist: Emma Morrison
Style Assistant: Bin Nguyen
Makeup Artist: Nikki Deroest
Hair Stylist: Cervando Maldonado
Camera Operator: Asher Strauch
Gaffer: Brendan Boyle
Audio: Destiny Farrant
Set Designer: Sage Griffin
Covid Supervisor: Maureen Sherwood
Production Assistant: Kristen Rakes
Filmed at: 1 Hotel – West Hollywood