Elle MATCHpherson, part II: Supermodel, 59, and partner Doyle Bramhall, 54, dress the same again as they don denim jackets and black sweatpants on a walk in London’s Mayfair – after rocking shiny gold puffer jackets in California
- The couple turned heads when they stepped into London wearing the same suit
- They even accessorized with matching beige high-top sneakers and sunglasses
When you’re dating a supermodel, it’s only natural to want to dress your best.
But Elle Macpherson’s boyfriend, musician Doyle Bramhall, seems to have taken this to the next level – wearing nearly identical outfits as her.
The couple turned heads this week when they stepped into London in the same clothes – from head to toe.
Elle, 59, and Bramhall, 54, both wore denim jackets and identical black quilted sweatpants.
The pair was even completed with matching beige high-top sneakers, bags slung over the body and large sunglasses.
Elle Macpherson, 59, and her boyfriend Doyle Bramhall, 54, turned heads this week when they stepped out in the same outfit – head to toe – in London
Earlier this month, the couple wore similar gold lamé puffer jackets on an outing in Santa Monica, California
The couple, who have been together for about nine months, looked relaxed as they strolled the streets of Mayfair – with Elle sporting a ring on her engagement finger.
A source said: ‘They looked happy and relaxed and were holding hands. She wore a ring on her engagement finger, but it looked more modern than a traditional diamond ring.’
This isn’t the first time Elle and her boyfriend have played matchy-matchy with their outfits.
Earlier this month, they wore similar gold lamé puffer jackets on an outing in Santa Monica, California.
The trend is not unusual, with psychologist Dr. Nikki Goldstein saying that dressing harmoniously is a subconscious action that often occurs after six months into a relationship.
Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears famously attended the 2001 American Music Awards in matching “double denim,” and Victoria and David Beckham prided themselves on dressing alike in the early days of their courtship.