The always stylish Olivia Palermo knows how to work a street style. Take this out-of-the-box street look and turn it into your next holiday outfit! A bright red suit really screams LOOK AT ME! It has that wow factor and grabs everyone’s attention. Here’s how to get this bright red Olivia Palermo look for less.
Bright Red Olivia Palermo Look for Less
The Red Suit
Pair this Milly Fitted One-Button Blazer with these Milly Stretch Crepe Cigarette Pants in bold ruby red (and now they are on sale)! This suit also works as separates when all the holiday celebrating is over. Wear the jacket with jeans or grey wool pants and wear an oversize sweater over the pants.
I love this Ann Taylor sweater. It is a great basic to have but the ruffle sleeve detailing gives it a little special touch. When wearing it with the red blazer fold the cuffs up and bring the ruffle out of the sleeve so it shows. Take this look from Olivia!
Basic Black Pumps
You can never go wrong with a black pointed-toe pump. This pair from Aldo is a classic and they are only $80 and come in different colors and patterns. At this price you can pick up more than one pair.
The Sparkly Bag
With a bold colored suit you don’t need much jewelry but to add a little sparkle grab this embellished jewel clutch by Sondra Roberts. I love how it incorporates gold, silver and black so you can never go wrong with what metal jewelry or even metallic shoe you want to pair with it.
A colored suit makes a bold statement. With the new year quickly approaching why not start making more bold fashion statements?
Will you be wearing red this season?
Photo Source: Olivia Palermo Instagram
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