Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Elizabeth Olsen attended a photocall for her latest movie ‘Liberal Arts’ on Sunday in London.

As we know, her sisters run a very successful high-end clothing line, but Elizabeth opted for high-street basics for her look.

A simple white Topshop blazer was teamed with a simpler black top and an ASOS high-waisted black leather pencil skirt.

Her black-and-white ensemble was accessorized with black open-toe sandals.

Even though her look is from Topshop and ASOS, you would be forgiven if you did think this was from The Row as they produce the same simple chic, everyday basics which feature in this look.

Topshop Fluid Longline BlazerTopshop US (petite), Topshop US (tall) and Topshop International (tall)
ASOS Leather Pencil SkirtASOS.com

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Elizabeth Olsen illustrated her ongoing love of horizontal stripes and flared skirts at the screen of her film ‘Liberal Arts’ in New York City on Monday.

The actress wore a grey, cream and pink leather dress from Christian Dior’s Resort 2013 collection.

This look is not a huge departure from the Antonio Berardi dress she wore last week, but the Dior creates a more pleasing silhouette and is an easier look to pull off in front of the papparazzi.

You may remember that Kerry Washington and Jessica Biel donned the original scoop-neck look book version of this dress earlier this year.

I’m liking this look on Elizabeth right down to her ankles. The hair are makeup are on on point, but the shoes are a mismatch in my book.

Joan Hornig earrings and a Melinda Maria and J/Hadley ring completed the look.

What do you think?

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Elizabeth Olsen attended the Swarovski Celebration of Crystal and Art earlier this week.

The actress wore an Antonio Berardi dress for the event.

At first I was ready to dismiss this look, but the more I study Elizabeth’s outfit the more I like it. 

Yes, she could’ve chosen a better bra to wear under the semi-see-through top, but putting that aside there’s something about this that works for me.

The colours and the textural mix go well together and suit Elizabeth’s quirky style. The drop waist is on trend, but difficult to pull off, which is why I think she’s standing so awkwardly.

I would’ve preferred a different shoe, but the cross-body bag and slightly curled hair make for a low-key finish.

She wore an Atelier Swarovski by Eric Daman wigwam ring.

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Elizabeth Olsen, one of the breakout stars of 2011, features in Glamour’s September Full-On Fashion issue which is out now.

The indie actress has carved a niche for herself as one of those rare cool girls who doesn’t take themselves too seriously, plus she has a knack of always looking amazing on the red carpet.

Wearing a Burberry Prorsum Fall 2012 look that includes the now very popular owl-print tee and a full Ralph Lauren look in her editorial, Elizabeth talks about her passions, school, clothes and her new role in this month’s romance ‘Liberal Arts’.

I can’t wait for her return to the red carpet.

Go to Glamour.com for more on Elizabeth’s feature. Below are some extracts from her interview:

On her family name: “My last name has always been my motivator to get proper acting training and be taken seriously. I didn’t get to where I am because of who I’m related to.”

On juggling school and her career: “I love school, but I got cast in Martha [Marcy May Marlene] while I was at New York University. So I was like, screw it. I’ll take this semester off. I’m still trying to figure out how I can finish my degree while doing all this!”

On dealing with fame: “Yesterday three people told me that I look like Elizabeth Olsen. That’s never happened before. So awkward.”

Credit: Glamour US

On her last red-carpet outing, Elizabeth Olsen carried a bag from The Row which totally ruined her look.

When it comes to street style she made a more appropriate choice by carrying the Chloe ‘Angie’ tote which she loves to sport whilst off duty.

Elizabeth has been inseparable from her tote and I can see why.

The luxe leather dark-brown ‘Angie’ tote with a clean shape and gold hardware makes it an instant classic.

Jessica Alba and fashion blogger Tala from My Fash Diary are also fans of this tote.

You can buy Elizabeth’s Chloé ‘Angie’ tote from Net-A-Porter.com,
or in salmon-pink and chestnut from farfetch.com.

Credit: FameFlynet & INFDaily




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