Socialite Olivia Palermo has become a regular fixture on the fashion circuit. Chances are you've seen the slender brunet photographed in the front row of almost every major runway show. New York magazine's 2007 "It" girl has made a name for herself in the fashion world with her impeccable style, and she's known for appearing effortlessly put together in mix-and-match patterns, bold textures and mounds of accessories.
The 26-year-old has rebounded nicely from her brief stint on the reality television show "The City," where her frenemy antics awarded her villain status. Since the show, she's signed with the Wilhelmina Models agency, launched a jewelry collection with Roberta Freymann, been the face of the London label Freda and recently scored a gig as the face of the new Rochas scent.
At the Topshop Unique show during London Fashion Week recently, Palermo was back in front of the cameras, embracing this season's explosive prints. She wore a Topshop neon yellow top, black fur-trim blazer and Topshop trousers festooned with tropical flowers. Her feet were clad in leopard print.
For a similar pair of blooming spring trousers, try the Vila Oriental floral printed pants for $62.67 from Asos.com, the floral print trousers from H&M for $14.95 or for a more subtle pair get the floral print trousers from Zara.com for $79.90.
Palermo's solid black blazer, plain yellow top and slouchy camel tote balance the pattern, keeping the outfit from looking cluttered.