Olivia Palermo has arrived in Paris! And you can shop her dress right now. The front-row fixture kicked off Paris Fashion Week with the Carven Spring 2014 show, where she turned up in a muted plaid dress with zipper detailing by Zara. She styled the long sleeved dress with a dark green clutch, gray suede boots, and oversize sunglasses to finish off an autumnal ensemble. Yep, she continues her reign as street style queen.
Grab her affordable Zara dress here
We already knew Andy Murray's girlfriend was a style ace. Now, we're keeping a close eye on Kim Sears in the stands at the US Open for her polished take on the trends. The only thing better than finding inspiration in our latest girl crush is finding out that her exact looks are actually shoppable — and totally affordable. Kim played the part of supportive girlfriend and chic US Open attendee in a bold cobalt blouse and floral statement necklace, both available at Zara. (Although a bit pricier, she then finished off her ensemble with this Ted Baker London Baillie tote bag.)
Let the street-style vets inspire you, let the new Fall goodies entice you — and know that dressing for Fashion Week can be done on any budget. Want to call our bluff? We've happily obliged and put our money behind three similar girl-meets-boy street-style ensembles — all with their own respective price points. One won't cost you more than $150, the other just under $500, and the last, a total splurge that rings in just under $2,000. Whatever your spending limit, we've got you covered.
For $150: The Budget BuyerEmbrace a little '90s nostalgia with a floral day dress — but don't stop there. Make it statement-worthy with a flashy necklace and cage booties, then top it all off with a sporty kick, via a Fall-essential varsity jacket. Et voila! You've still got enough left over to score a coffee on your way to the tents.
Shop clockwise from top left: Wallis black stone diamond collar ($18, originally 32), Zara floral print dress ($36), ASOS Tribe sandal boots ($54, originally $76), Dorothy Perkins gray varsity jacket ($35, originally $57)
With camouflage invading our favorite brands, we could hardly wait to wear the print — thankfully, it's never too soon to give your look a little military-inspired makeover. Starting with these 17 pieces, we're outfitting our look with a tough-girl, cool-girl, even girlie-girl take on the pattern that, in every case, is just as statement-worthy.
If you need convincing, then think sweet ballet flats with a camouflage finish, a classically vintage army jacket, and a city-perfect carryall courtesy of Phillip Lim. In short, you can wear it just about any way you want to. Just click through to shop the coolest camo on the market now.