54 Times Olivia Palermo Made Us Hate Our Outfits
If you're like us, you've spent many a morning staring at your closet, asking one very important question: what would Olivia Palermo wear? The always-impeccable style star has stepped out in many outfits that are not only good-looking, but also all her own. From sitting in the front row at Fashion Week to strutting the red carpet — even just stepping out on a regular day — Olivia keeps to her classic yet creative aesthetic without ever skipping a beat.
It's her we credit with turning us on to belted scarves (genius!) and for single-handedly starting the wedding shorts trend (daring!). Yes, this fashion darling isn't afraid to push the boundaries. Keep scrolling to celebrate some of Olivia's best looks, and get excited for what's up next.
Olivia wore a textured top with a bold yellow skirt for an unexpected red carpet pairing that just works.
Olivia manages to master Fall layering with a vest, scarf, and chunky knit.
Any outfit looks polished topped with a sleek blazer.
Long fringe and a chunky necklace added a funky edge to Olivia's dressed-up look.
A bright blue printed scarf belted over a lacy white dress shows how Olivia always knows how to put a creative spin on classic pieces.
A bold gold necklace balanced Olivia's quirky boho frock.
Olivia sat in the front row at Valentino in a streamlined kelly-green set.
Olivia stepped out with husband Johannes Huebl in an effortlessly chic outfit.
Olivia saw the Chloé show in a look that proves that black-and-white doesn't have to be boring.
Fashionable footwear? Check! Olivia stepped out sporting suede over-the-knee Olivia Palermo x Aquazzura boots.
Edgy leather and a faux-peplum hem added the perfect edge when paired with feminine Aquazzura sandals.
At the Dior show, Olivia chose unexpected accessories like a scarf bracelet, a subtly striped oxblood bag, and tassel-embellished shoes.
Turtlenecks can be trendy. Olivia stepped up her style by keeping her look monochromatic and adding statement-making accessories.
During Fashion Week, Olivia contrasted her camo button-up with her tortoise oversize Zanzan sunglasses and — yes — flats!
Olivia's feminine pumps and studded moto jacket offered the perfect play between downtown and uptown style.
Oversize culottes may seem like an unexpected choice, but a cinched waist added just the right touch.
A bold coat always makes a statement, and we couldn't get enough of Olivia's printed cover-up.
A long vest added texture and volume to Olivia's classic look.
Olivia made her gorgeously textured, ethereal dress feel a little less fancy by adding a knotted tan belt.
Zippered cutouts put an unexpected spin on Olivia's contrasting asymmetrical pieces.
Never one to shy away from fringe, Olivia kept her color palette neutral but paired her textured bag with a suede two-tiered skirt.
Get inspired to try wearing gray on gray à la Olivia by utilizing interesting shapes and textures like this soft knit sweater and flared peplum.
Olivia went for a sexier look in an all-black look with strappy sandals and gold accents.
Olivia's classic mixed-material wrap dress was an unexpected spin on the DVF classic.
Olivia sported pleated separates — gray tailored Tibi culottes and a crisp white blouse — at the Tibi Spring 2015 show.
Olivia showed off her figure by cinching a sleek belt around her oversize vest.
A bold print works in the daytime when paired with a sleek color-coordinated vest.
Olivia paired her vintage leather midi skirt with a waist-enhancing, cinched button-down.
Sexy thigh-high boots paired with an oversize poncho somehow work on the effortlessly stylish Olivia.
Always a fan of a sleek belt, Olivia opted to accessorize what appears to be a maxi skirt that she's transformed into a chic dress.
Olivia strayed from the traditional wedding dress and wowed us all with this unexpectedly elegant ensemble.
Olivia kept her daytime look demure in a white frock and feminine flats.
Mixing prints totally works if you know the tricks! Olivia paired embellished shorts with an abstract-print top, and it's totally chic.
Yes, even Olivia opts for jeans and sneakers sometimes. A structured blouse helped give the look that fashion touch.
A Canadian tuxedo got a fresh update when Olivia added a sleek white tuxedo jacket over her ensemble.
Color clashing looked so right on Olivia when she opted for a bold blue double-breasted blazer and a pair of rust-hued skinnies.
Olivia looked glamorous in a fuzzy scarf and high boots while visiting London.
Olivia piled on the cozy layers by pairing a fuzzy vest with a warm chunky knit and a mohair skirt.
The trendsetter livened up her edgy all-black look with a pair of exotic pumps.
Olivia dared to wear shorts in Winter by pairing the leg-baring style with tall boots and a tweed-and-leather coat.
Pairing a bright statement top with distressed denim and Fendi heels makes for an eclectic look that's not too fancy.
The trendsetter effortlessly mixed a perforated long-sleeved blouse with a trumpet-style skirt at the Emilia Wickstead show.
On her way into Marchesa, Olivia topped a tweed short suit and plaid button-down with her cozy and comfy DVF coat.
Outside Lincoln Center, the always chic Olivia layered up with a military-style coat.
A red tweed Carolina Herrera dress and Brian Atwood boots made for a perfectly polished look.
A luxe fuzzy topper and pleated leather skirt made all black feel totally chic.
Olivia made the sidewalk her catwalk and stayed bundled up in a two-toned DVF coat, jacquard Tibi pants, and Rebecca Minkoff booties.
If you ever doubted that fuzzy heels are actually wearable, just take a look at these standout kicks.
Sometimes the simplest outfit is the best outfit.
Olivia is the master of mixing high and low fashion. These pants are actually from Banana Republic.
Olivia braved the cold in a slim military coat and flared peach skirt, plus she topped the look off with a signature paisley scarf.