Fashion Fix: How To Print Clash Like Olivia Palermo!

It's always a pleasure to see Olivia Palermo at London Fashion Week. After bringing you her FROW wardrobe in an exclusive video, we couldn't wait to catch a glimpse of her LFW looks at the hottest shows. Not just because she is a total darl AND an absolute pleasure to talk to, but beacuse she always serves up a fashion feast of street-style-mayhem-enducing outfits.

Case in point is this print clashing look consisting of floral trousers and her fave leopard print court shoes that OP wore at the Topshop Unique show. A classic look that never ages, clashing prints can be updated each season with the latest print trouser or heel. But clashing multiple prints isn't for the faint hearted.

If you'd rather go for a subtler look, throw on a block colour base, just like Olivia, or mix muted prints and base colours such as black, dusky pink or beige that work just as well when layered together.

So if you want to recreate La Palermo's London Fashion Week ensemble, check out our top buys below...

Fashion Fix: How To Print Clash Like Olivia Palermo!

Paisley trousers, £59.99, Zara

Nude top, £55, Topshop

Clutch, £55, Coast

Dalmatian print shoe, £425, Bionda Castana at My-Wardrobe

Stripe trousers, £25.99, Zara

Scarf print blouse, £38, Topshop

Sandals, £, Vionnet at Matches

Clutch, £35, Asos



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