Olivia Palermo has done it again! We can’t stop stalking this young woman because she just gets it — all the time. She works up outfits like magic.
The uber-stylish socialite was spotted looking fabulous as usual when she attended the premiere of RED 2 in New York the other day. For the event, she wore a simple white tailored dress with a tie-waist detail but went the extra mile with her extras. Olivia skillfully matched her colorful statement necklace, a purchase from her trip to Africa, with a pair of colorful tassel-detailed sandals. Of course, the real arm (or eye) candy was her model-turned-photographer boyfriend — the hunky Johannes Huebl.
Olivia Palermo in colorful tasseled sandals skillfully paired with bright jewelry at the premiere of RED 2 in New York City on July 16, 2013
How do you like her look? Simply très chic? Her colorful accessories did the trick. They turned a classic white dress into a very riveting outfit worthy of a high five.
We don’t have the official details on Olivia’s gorgeous sandals, but a few sources are claiming that they are actually from Christian Louboutin — the Maotic Brodée, a style released several seasons back. Judging from the red bottoms on those heels, the information could be very true.
A closer look at the shoes will show you that aside from the colorful tassels, they are decorated with tribal-inspired geometric patterns that are just as festive. Want a pair? It’s too bad that they’re sold out already. But here are a couple of alternative styles that you might be interested in if you fancy frilly adornments:
DSQUARED2 Kimberly Vitello Sandals, $348 (before: $695)
Tory Burch Ambrosia Embellished Sandals, $276.50 (before: $395)
By the way, earlier today, Olivia was also spotted looking casual chic in the same white dress. She paired the frock with flats and a straw tote. Don’t you just love the way she switched looks (using the same LWD) with a quick change of extras?
Olivia Palermo looking summer chic in a white dress and easy flats in New York City on July 16, 2013
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