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 from Alexander Wang 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, $695
Tory Burch Ambrosia Embellished Sandals, $395
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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