Olivia Palermo In Whistles – Stuart Weitzman’s Milanese Flagship Store Opening

Olivia Palermo In Whistles - Stuart Weitzman's Milanese Flagship Store Opening

Olivia Palermo attended the opening of Stuart Weitzman’s Milanese flagship store – which was designed by the architect Zaha Hadid – as part of Milan Fashion Week in Milan, Italy on Thursday.

The socialite selected a high-street look, wearing a Whistles ‘Izzey’ giraffe-print bodycon dress.

Not afraid to mix her prints, she added Stuart Weitzman ‘Loops’ strappy sandal booties in merlot-hued faux python.

A selection of other dress-enhancing accessories including gold cuffs, a metal-link belt, a gold choker and a black fringed clutch completed her look.

Some of you have said that Olivia has a tendency to over accessorize.

Do you feel that this is the case here?

Olivia Palermo In Whistles - Stuart Weitzman

Whistles ‘Izzey’ Giraffe-Print Bodycon DressWhistles.co.uk
Stuart Weitzman ‘Loops’ Strappy Sandal BootiesStuartWeitzman.com US and StuartWeitzman.com UK

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20 thoughts on “Olivia Palermo In Whistles – Stuart Weitzman’s Milanese Flagship Store Opening

  1. Alicat

    If she lost the cuffs and necklace this would look a lot better and let the dress speak for itself. Not a great fan of the giraffe print.

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  2. Valissa

    Olivia needs to follow the advice of the great Coco Chanel:
    “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.”
    Because she always has too much going on! If she toned down the accessories I would love her style a lot more!

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    1. KatieKate

      My thoughts exactly. In this case I would have taken off the largest cuff, for sure, and probably the necklace too. Also, she looks so shiny, and I really didn’t understand her shoe choice.

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  3. Gamine

    I am not a fan of animal prints, but I like this very much and I think it is because of the accessories. The only thing I would ditch is the choker. I really like this look!

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  4. Kim-Tram

    The only thing that is overboard about this look is that print. There’s rarely a case of over accessorizing for me mainly because I love it in ample amounts. (It adds character) Now animal prints as heavy as this…that’s another story. If she likes accessories that much, she should have chosen a less intense outfit.

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