Olivia Palermo in Reiss’ Birkin High Waist Kick Flare Jeans and Fun Ways to Wear Khaki for Spring

Olivia Palermo is one of fashion’s “It” girls and a veritable style star. The world (ok well at least the whole United States, United Kingdom and Tokyo) anxiously await her every move and every ensemble.

She splits her time between New York City and London (when she isn’t jetsetting for advertising campaigns, high-profile events and runway shows) and she was spotted in the streets of the Big Apple, posing for another one of her many photo shoots.

Palermo showed off her eclectic style in a tiger print jacket with a bow belt by Giambattista Valli and a pair of Birkin High Waist Kick Flare Jeans in tobacco by Reiss. She accessorized with a gold metallic handbag and nude peep-toe pumps.

She is often a champion of European brands and has been an avid fan of Reiss, sitting front row at their Fall 2011 show as well as wearing one of their dresses to Jaeger’s Fall 2011 show. Her look is very refined here, but the high-waisted jeans give a hint of retro which I love.

Once Spring and Summer roll back around, khaki is a must-have color for your wardrobe. It is that perfect neutral that can pull an ensemble together and keeps it cool and refreshing, without making you look as if you’re trying too hard.

Here are my favorite khaki picks for Spring:

Ralph Lauren makes timeless pieces and his Blue Label Expedition Chino Poncho Dress ($345) is safari chic and will help you battle daily life in the urban jungle. I rarely find skirts that I just can’t live without and when I do, I must buy them. ModCloth’s Pleased to Pleat You Skirt ($74.99) is perfect for all-year round wear. As you might already be able to tell, I really love Alexander Wang handbags and one of his newest styles, the Kirsten Suede Satchel ($825) is a little bit bondage, but mostly all the way cool.

Reiss’ Birkin High Waist Kick Flare Jeans retail for $175. Visit www.reiss.com to purchase.

*Images courtesy of DenimBlog.

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