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    Tuesday
    Aug052014

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    Olivia Palermo is a style icon that can do virtually no wrong. She perpetually seems to step out in incredible, yet simple ensembles that are flattering and timeless. Palermo is one who rarely if ever is placed on the worst dressed list because she just understands what trends fit her body, aesthetic and mood. This look is no different, it is simple pieces that all posses elegant details and combine to create a seamless look.

    At first glance this look is merely two tones, black and tan. However, upon further investigation the details begin to emerge. From the patterned shorts to the textured sweater and silk top, it is the small aspects of this look that culminate in a chic ensemble. In order to recreate this look it is crucial to maintain these details or else this outfit will loose its elegance. So when shopping around, you have to be sure to look closely at each piece and invest in quality.

    When you dissect this ensemble all you need is a knit sweater, silk top, black shorts, a leather tote {or this one}and black pumps. These pieces are all great basics that can transition into fall so easily. The varied textures and cohesive colors are slightly heavier pieces that will be able to be paired with leggings or jeans for a fall time look. As summer comes to a close and fall begins, try out this look on those slightly colder days as an effortless ensemble. –Carly 

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