Hailee Steinfeld is seen on November 23, 2021 in New York City, New York. (Photo by MEGA/GC Images)

Now we know what you’re thinking, can “Snuggy” and chic even appear in the same sentence? Well when Hailee Steinfeld is wearing it, of course it can, and bonus points if it’s a Marc Jacobs-branded look in pink and beige. Now, if you’re unaware of what a Snuggy is, did you even watch informercials in the early to mid 2000s? To make a long and arduous explanation short, it’s essentially a sort of rebranded bathrobe, but a blanket. Regardless, Steinfeld was seen wearing this cozy number on the streets of NYC yesterday while promoting Hawkeye.

The look that Steinfeld was wearing is directly pulled from Marc Jacobs’ Fall/Winter 2021 collection, which consists of an array of these blousy and billowing blanket-like looks.

Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2021 collection | SHOP NOW

Steinfeld made the look her own by adding a white turtleneck underneath and opting for a high, messy bun instead of the marketed ski goggles and hat. The fleece material of this outfit makes this a perfect look to wear in the cold winds of NYC fall, and obviously channels the same sort of Snuggy chic idea we were talking about earlier. It’s cozy, it’s comfortable, but it’s oh so stylish.

We’re at a bit of a crossroads culturally right now. On one hand, you have the catsuit trend which is sweeping A-listers left and right, between Kim Kardashian and Hailey Bieber, that trend is all about the form-fitting sensuality of a catsuit. On the other hand, you have looks like Steinfeld’s, which are form defying, more of a declaration of “I’m here, I’m on you’re sidewalk taking up space.” This is a trend that seems to come and go every few years or so, but it’s like welcoming back an old friend. And honestly, we’re not sure which one we love more.

Hailee Steinfeld is seen in SoHo on November 23, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Gotham/GC Images)

Obviously, one works a lot better for the cold streets of NYC and the other works a lot better for the mild-to-warm temperatures of Los Angeles, so we guess it really just depends on whether or not you want to stay warm.