embroidered denim

When you’re hanging out in Greece with Valentino Garavani and Giancarlo Giammetti (both THE Valentino guys!), you’d better look stylish. Of course, Olivia Palermo’s outfit in an Instagram snap of just such an occasion more than fits the bill. In it, she teams a feminine, ruffled off-the-shoulder blouse with Tibi’s Marisol Embroidered Appliqué Denim A-Line Skirt, resulting in a perfectly vacation-ready peasant look that screams island chic. Especially since Olivia paired her skirt with this off the shoulder Line & Dot Antonio Ruffle Top… if there ever was a more peasant-like top lol!

Given the ubiquity of minis, the midi length on Palermo’s Tibi iteration feels especially fresh right now. Plus, the colorful embroidery adds a fashion-girl twist that we’re crazy about. All in all, Olivia has officially inspired us to swap the denim miniskirt for an embroidered midi version for fall.

Check out some more denim midi skirts here.

5 COMMENTS

  1. I think her outfit looks nice on her. I do think that some looks can look great on some people but that the same look can look kinda “meemaw” on someone else. For example, a skirt like this could also look like something grandmothers have had in their closets for a long time and I am referring to those that did not have making a fashion statement at the top of their “to do” list. Not putting down grandmothers at all. Just saying that sometimes trends can look dowdy on certain people whereas others make the look pop.

  2. You gotta be extra-careful in styling any midi skirt – dowdy looking danger alert!!!
    Olivia styled it just right.

  3. I love her outfit, when it comes to daytime/casual looks she’s one of the best. She always looks so well put together (while some celebs wear thousands of dollars and look a mess). I love her sandals.

    • We have yet to see Olivia P in a not so “put together” outfit…Sometimes I even feel that she is trying too hard, I mean, all of us love to walk around not so perfectly dressed sometimes, no ?!?

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