Much has been written about Tyler the Creator's mastery of effortless preppy style, his impeccable wardrobe, and excellent accessorizing (killer watches! Flex-worthy bags!). It's a hard act to follow, so all the more impressive that Tyler's currently dating one of the only people whose taste can compare to his own.

Tyler the Creator's girlfriend is Reign Judge, an IMG model who's starred in recent campaigns for fashion brands like Miu Miu, Gucci, and Tyler's own GOLF LE FLEUR*.

Note that Judge is over 10 years his junior — Tyler is 31, Judge is 20 — but they've been dating since last year, making their first public appearance together on LACMA's red carpet gala in December 2021.

I'll reserve judgment on the decade-wide age gap since we're just here to talk clothes. And, in that regard, Judge's outfits are a worthy counterpart to Tyler's own smart-casual style.

Her Instagram page is rife with selfies showcasing Lacoste cardigans, collared shirts, and Chanel bags, a high-low mix that's complementary to Tyler's too-cool-to-thrift closet.

Tyler and Judge were spotted in New York on September 7 prior to attending a Lupe Fiasco concert together, sitting and strolling around Soho amidst some pleasant late summer weather.

It was pretty nice considering that it's only early September but it wasn't exactly sweater weather outside, though you wouldn't know it from the stylish duo.

Indeed, Tyler rocked a elbow-patched pink sweater, demonstrating how doable it is to layer a V-neck knit atop a crew-neck T-shirt. It sounds easy but it's hard to nail that unstressed professorial vibe like Tyler.

His thin-rim sunglasses, washed-out denim jeans, and tassled loafers — Tyler's signature shoe — reiterated the retro cool feel that Tyler so organically channels every time he steps out in public.

Tyler also pulled off a trick that only he has truly dialed down to a science.

Look again at the individual pieces in his 'fit: they all appear to be thriftable, in the sense that they're pretty conventional, except that everything is thoughtfully styled to create a flattering, relaxed silhouette before getting amped up by Tyler's typically exquisite accessories. Whether his clothes are secondhand or not, the actual fit is intentionally perfect and that makes all the difference.

Special shout-out to Tyler's crossbody Goyard trunk — not only is it particularly cool as a low-key luxury flex, but it also serves as a quiet reminder of Tyker's affinity for luggage-style bags over the shoulder bags and totes most other folks prefer as their daily driver.

Reign Judge, meanwhile, was wearing a neat analog to Tyler's Cool Grandpa look.

She elevated her understated rugby shirt and white slacks with some bougie bits, including Gucci heels, a furry tote, and delicate earrings (with a scrunchie to match!).

The end result is an air of effortlessly cool Parisian elegance akin to the GOLF LE FLEUR* campaign that Judge starred in last year.

Together, Tyler and Judge are quite a pair. They're a stylistic match more in tune than most other famous pairs, save for someone like Tyler's pal A$AP Rocky and the inimitable Rihanna.

But Tyler and Judge an utterly distinct approach to dressing that's simultaneously worldly and youthful, taking their two-piece. Couple goals, indeed.

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