In conjunction with Valentine’s Day, here are three examples of best dressed couples that we could look up to.
1. Choi Siwon and Liu Wen
Not sure whether they are a couple in real-life or not – both are keeping coy at the moment, but they definitely make a stunning pair! More photos of them here.
Olivia Palermo was recently seen wearing a monochrome outfit, paired with polka dot pants from Banana Republic x Marimekko collection.
Does she look cute? Some pieces from the collaboration are available at Banana Republic stores in Singapore too.
I guess every girl wants to look good together with your beau. There is no quick solution – perhaps we could all just sit back and enjoy beauty pictures of the good-looking Olivia Palermo and Johannes Huebl. In case you are unware, they got engaged over the New Year. Let’s all pick up a couple of dressing tips from this awfully good-looking celebrity couple.
Oscar de la Renta x TheOutnet.com. One glance of the pairing and the imagery of this capsule collection is clear. Dresses, dresses, dresses.
This 24-piece special collection features some of Oscar de la Renta’s celebrated styles in irresistible prices – imagine elegant full skirts, floral dresses, high waisted trousers and bouclé pieces. Prices range from £245 to £995 (that’s reportedly the price of a floor-length silk gown).
Olivia Palermo is the face of their collection look book! (Note: Floral printed elbow dress above will be priced at £775)
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Published by MsGlitzy.com in: Fashion
Other than to spy what’s on the runway during the Fashion Week, another focus is naturally on what others are wearing. It’s common to see outlandish outfits that scream attention on street style blogs but here are some ensembles by Taylor Tomasi-Hill and Olivia Palermo, as well as our local Daphne Chen which I thought were quite well put-together.
The Marie Claire’s US accessories editor is a style chameleon but I love her simpler and sophisticated outfits. Coincidentally, she is wearing the same pair of shoes for these 3 outfits.
Having been a cubicle rat for several years, I have learnt that looking classy, fashionable and serious for the office is no mean feat. Many people often dismiss corporate wear as boring and stifling. Many ladies also stick to the safe haven – by wearing black most of the time.
Indeed, it seems hard to juggle sartorial sense when your professionalism is on the table but I thought it’s time all of us be inspired with our office wardrobe with reference from Olivia Palermo!
How to mix and match pants outfits: well-fitted blazer or a silk blouse?