We can't say we're surprised that Olivia Palermo was among the chicest of the style crowd (that much we predicted ), but we were thrilled to see her making the rounds from NYC to London and Paris regardless — and as usual, we couldn't get enough of her eclectic-meets-ladylike twist on styling. Now, with Fashion Month coming to a close, we couldn't quite wrap it up without taking a look back at Olivia's complete FW lineup. There's lots to be learned from this mix — like how to balance high-and-low pieces from the likes of Topshop  and Valentino, or how to pull off a play on texture, color, and print all at once. Plus, Olivia gets real bonus points for keeping it interesting every step of the way — that's no easy task when you consider that Fashion Week from city to city is more than four weeks long. With every front-row appearance, Olivia's got some serious styling know-how, and we're making it all easy to take to your own closet. Flip through the lookbook to see every ensemble, then shop your favorites.
Olivia kicked off Fashion Week in NYC at Noon by Noor, sporting a cool, ladylike mix of embellishment and print. She outfitted a pair of leopard-print Tibi  shorts with a Noon by Noor shell and finished it all off with Lulu Frost  jewels, a Meli Melo bag, and studded Valentino heels.
A true Tibi  fan, Olivia stepped out for the label's Spring show in a Tibi top and skirt, which she dressed up with Lulu Frost  jewels. We love that she played it comfy and chic with a pair of Stubbs & Wootton loafers to finish it off.
Leave it to Olivia to give us a new favorite way to wear leather. At the Norisol Ferrari show in NYC, Olivia gave leather a ladylike spin with a vintage leather midi skirt and a white blouse, which she finished with understated Tibi  ankle-strap heels.
We spotted the style setter working a simple draped maxi skirt and a khaki blazer, cinched at the waist and finished with a pair of sexy albeit minimalist ankle-strap heels, in Rachel Zoe 's front row.
Olivia gave a Reiss  basic knit a fashion-forward twist with a tiered Matthew Williamson  miniskirt and a pair of metallic cap-toe pumps by Elizabeth and James  at the Matthew Williamson show in London.
As only Olivia can, she mixed bold statement color, texture, and print on her Simonetta Ravizza  top and Topshop  pants with ease for the Topshop Unique show at LFW.
Olivia played ladylike with a contemporary angle at Antonio Berardi  in London. In a Reiss  top and skirt, she added in her quintessential dose of accessories, like a slim belt, Hermès clutch, and Valentino heels, to give the separates her own twist.
Olivia channeled Burberry 's military vibe for the label's Spring show, outfitting a structured blazer with flared trousers and her signature skinny belt at the waist and an Hermès clutch in hand.
We love Olivia as much for her high-fashion ensembles as we do for her accessible combos, like this one that she showed off at Mulberry's Spring show in London. She paired a BB Dakota  sweater with skinny Current/Elliott  jeans, then upped the ante on the look with a printed Mulberry satchel.
Olivia took colorblocking to chic heights in the front row of Anya Hindmarch 's show at LFW. Adding a brilliant double-breasted blazer to standout yellow skinny jeans, Olivia made a bold statement but stuck to classic silhouettes.
Olivia closed out the week in Paris at Dior, opting for girlie flared Christian Dior  dress, then topping it with a leather-paneled jacket from the label as well. Per usual, it was her mix of accessories that sealed the deal — a furry Dior chain-strap bag and perfectly ladylike Giuseppe Zanotti  pumps.