Olivia Palermo Wore Leather Overalls & Teaches Us A Lesson In How To Style The Difficult Trend
Olivia Palermo is absolutely one of my top style icons. Last night, at the opening of Seaport Studios at Seaport District in New York, Olivia Palermo wore leather overalls, proving her stylish prowess once again.
The New York socialite wore the typically fall or winter fashion with chunky buckles and paired them with a feminine off the shoulder blouse. It's no secret that Palermo has amazing taste in shoes (remember her collaboration with Aquazzura last summer?). And although her choice of footwear last night was not of her own design, it was still a brilliant choice. Black mesh pumps helped to complete her ensemble which was demure with a modern edge. Palermo accessorized her look with a simple gold chain necklace, and a ladylike box clutch.
This is not the first time that this girl-about-town rocked a pair of overalls and I certainly hope it will not be the last. Palermo is not the only one digging the trend and other stylish celebrities have definitely donned the wonderful onesie. Leave it to Ms. Palermo to reinvent, not just a popular trend, but a trend that she has already rocked. It's another reason why I think Olivia is so fabulous. She has a clear sense of self when it comes to her style but she will never wear the exact same thing the exact same way twice.
Here's how to steal Olivia's fabulous look for less:
1. Faux Leather Overalls
No need to look further than lulu's for an incredible alternative to Olivia's leather pair.
Vegan Leather Overalls, $103, lulus.com
2. Off the Shoulder Top
One way to class up a pair of overalls is with a sexy off-the-shoulder top.
Crinkle Off Shoulder Bardot Top, $52, topshop.com
3. Mesh Pumps
Fabulous pumps for a fabulous look.
Manolo Blahnik Pumps, $175, therealreal.com
4. Box Clutch
This clutch can carry you from day to night.
Metallic Box Clutch, $50, zara.com
5. Gold Chain
Every fashionista needs a chain necklace in their closet.
Chain-link Necklace, $15, forever21.com
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