10 Jobs Karlie Kloss Would Be Perfect For If She Wasn't Already a Supermodel
Before making it big as a supermodel, Karlie Kloss spent 15 years of her life studying ballet, so it would make sense for the Chicago native to get back to her dancing roots.
The Klossy founder has shared her fair share of puppy and kitten 'grams – even BFF Taylor Swift's cat Olivia Benson has made a cameo! – and is a big fan of spending as much time as possible with her adorable pet. "After a long cold (but wonderful) day at work, there is nothing better than a warm snuggle with a furry friend," Karlie proclaims on her Instagram account. We agree!
It's no surprise Karlie is a big fan of working out – not just because she's a model. "Feeling strong and being active is when I feel most beautiful and confident in my own body," she told the Associated Press. Whether it's running, barre classes, kickboxing or Pilates, Karlie has tried it all.
It's rare to see Karlie not smile … both on Instagram and at high-profile events. Her positive energy is contagious and would leave her clients feeling uplifted in no time.
She's flexible and adventurous, so why wouldn't she want to be a badass circus performer?
In partnership with Momofuku Milk Bar, the model developed her signature dairy-free, gluten-free cookie at the N.Y.C. store (adorably named Karlie's Kookies). And from the looks of her Instagram, Karlie is always down to do some baking herself.
One quick scan of Karlie's social accounts reveals the model's infatuation with food – particularly breakfast. Meal of choice? A stack of pancakes, sweet crepes and/or egg whites.
We wouldn't be surprised if Karlie traded her Fashion Week commitments for a computer engineering gig at Google. After all, the former Victoria's Secret model has not only learned to code, but also created a free two-week coding course for young girls as well as set up a scholarship for those interested in pursuing a career in code.