Matthew Williamson Beaded Bib Necklace – Net-A-Porter.com
Proenza Schouler PS11 Clutch – farfetch.com US and farfetch.com
Charlotte Olympia Love Me Heart-Appliquéd Suede Pumps – Net-A-Porter.com
Olivia Palermo was spotted with the Vogue Australia styling team, who were prepping the brunette beauty for a shoot at Sydney Harbour, Australia yesterday afternoon.
From this picture and the ones appearing on Vogue Australia’s Instagram, it appears that they are giving Olivia a natural look, not stepping too far outside the fashionista’s comfort zone; however, they did add extensions to her shoulder-length hair, teasing it into a messy braid.
Credit: Style.com, Vogue Australia Instagram & INFDaily
Olivia Palermo was out in New York City yesterday afternoon doing what she does best – look fabulous.
Mixing high-end with high street, as she does so well, she wore a pretty paisley-print ASOS skater dress with soft swing pleats, which she styled with a black leather studded H&M belt to dial down the sweetness of the look.
The rest of her accessories included her favourite berry Louis Vuitton bag, snakeskin Pretty Ballerina flats, a gold cuff and reflective Westward Leaning ‘Color Revolution’ shades.
You thought she over-accessorized her last look, so does she get the balance right on this occasion?
Olivia Palermo was leading the fashion pack, which included her boyfriend, model Johannes Huebl, and Valentino Garavani as they explored the Greek island of Mykonos on Thursday.
The socialite wore a summer-chic look from the Tibi Resort 2013 collection mixed with some colourful accessories which enhanced her look.
A haltered bright-orange top was paired with black-and-white variegated striped high-waisted comfy knit shorts, but the magic really happens with the studded belt, Pretty Ballerinas print flats and wrap-around necklace with the neon-yellow and pink tassels.
The look was completed with Westward Leaning shades and her trusty Gerard Darel ‘Woodstock’ 24-Hour raffia bag.
Should she have taken one thing off, or does the look work perfectly as she’s presented it?
Olivia Palermo was also turning heads at the screening of Summit Entertainment’s ‘RED 2′ film, hosted last Tuesday at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
The socialite wrapped up in a casual, Alexander Wang cotton-poplin handkerchief dress, tied and knotted to create some element of shape at the front. Of course, that’s only where her look started.
In true Olivia style, she lavished on the accessories, taking her hankie into tribal territory with a multi-colour, beaded collar neckpiece dangling with silver embellishment.
Matching tassel-festooned sandals added another layer of ethnic flavour. And, if I squint, her black-and-white envelope clutch could pass for a zebra print.
This isn’t the first time Olivia has done the tribal-trendy look. Perhaps her closet has been inspired by her work as a Maasai Project Ambassador in Kenya.