Booties: Inspiration from Olivia Palermo

1 Nov

Olivia Palermo, one of my style icons, seems to look uberchic every time she leaves her Tribeca apartment in NYC (and when shes inside too…)

Though she is dressed in gold, blue, and purple in her apartment spread for Gotham Magazine, its much more common to find her around NYC in a neutral color-scheme with one or two statement accessories in bold hues or an adventurous animal print. Recently I’ve found her most lust-worthy looks are black or beige ensembles with some incredible booties to take it up a notch.

I mean how much do you love those Charlotte Olympia cheetah lace-up booties. NEED THEM ASAP!

There are a ton of more reasonably priced versions around too that provide the same effect.


Plomo.

Sam Edelman.

Steve Madden.

Olivia invests in major accessories that she wears in a million different ways. These two pairs of Charlotte Olympia black cut out booties are no exception.

Instead of just finding a loud pair of booties like the cheetah Charlotte Olympia’s above, here Olivia takes basic black (with incredible detail of course) to make her statement. Again, there are tons of options to achieve a similar effect.

Topshop.

Alice + Olivia.

Or instead, consider this Masion Martin Margiela peep-toe pair Rachel Bilson wore to make her printed blouse and shorts a little more edgy…

Ready for some booties?

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2 Responses to “Booties: Inspiration from Olivia Palermo”

  1. Jill November 2, 2011 at 1:50 pm #

    Any suggestions for cute flats or low heeled shoes?

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