Gigi Hadid brilliantly shuts down fans complaining she doesn't dress sexy enough

The model is "not dressing for your approval."

Hey, even supermodels are allowed to dress comfortably in their downtime. Unfortunately, fans of Gigi Hadid haven't received the memo and believe she should look runway-ready 24/7.

The fashion icon took to Twitter Tuesday following fan backlash about one of her recent outfits. The supposed fashion faux pas? A black puffer jacket, black leggings, and white sneakers.

Fans took to Twitter to bemoan the outfit, which a fan account subsequently retweeted and blamed the model's apparent slipping fashion sense on her stylist Mimi Cuttrell. That tweet, like the others, have since been deleted after Hadid directly addressed them.

Retweeting the scathing commentary, Hadid wrote in a now-deleted tweet, "U guys need to calm tf down sometimes. It’s called stepping out to do one errand- not dressing for your approval."

She went on to call their expectations unrealistic before vowing that their "petty complaining all the time about my style or not being sexy enough isn’t going to make me dress differently."

She then continued in a second now-deleted tweet, "U all talk about empowering women. I support and empower women that show skin and that don’t. It’s about choice."

The model added that she feels sexy regardless of what she wears and that she is over "the snarky comments."

However, when another fan seemingly took a swipe at Hadid's stylist in a now-deleted tweet, she responded, "I like what I wear and wear it for that reason. It’s not about a stylist, it’s how I’m choosing to express myself."

She finished by urging her fans and haters alike to "focus your energy on praising those whose style u love."

As of Wednesday, two of the accounts that triggered Hadid's tweetstorm have been made private.