Hailey Bieber used to raid her dad's wardrobe for outfits to wear when she was younger

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Model Hailey Bieber  wearing black blazer with strong shoulder line and hoodie. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)
Model Hailey Bieber wearing black blazer with strong shoulder line and hoodie. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)

The model, who is the daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin, has revealed in a new interview that she's always been a big fan of wearing oversized clothes.

She says she would regularly scour her dad's closet for pieces when she was growing up, this included t-shirts, tracksuit jacket and even his 501 jeans.

READ MORE: “I no longer buy clothes by size, I choose them by fit”

Hailey also reveals she's been wearing Levi's cutoffs since she can remember because they make her feel like herself.  

The 23-year-old is currently serving as one of the faces of Levi's new festival star campaign and insists she's always loved the iconic U.S. label because it's a brand that "let's you be yourself". 

Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude

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