While some may be glued to their television sets watching the start of baseball season, your Who What Wear editors have our attention focused on keeping your outfit-centric bases covered. We've got a lineup of answers to all of your clothing queries¬--whether you're trying to recreate Olivia Palermo's pale ensemble or if you were curious about Kate Bosworth's western boots¬--so be sure to read on for all the information you need to ensure that your next outfit is a home run!
We love neutrals for spring and are particularly fond of how the always-polished Olivia Palermo rocked her wonderful white ensemble to attend the Cinema Society premiere of Paper Man. By combining an ethereal vintage top with a Pirate Basque Mid Skirt ($55), Chiffon Bead Multirow Necklace ($75), and Secret Platform Shoes ($135)¬--all from Topshop¬--The City star proves you don't need to break the bank to look like a million bucks. Be sure you check out her exact pieces or try Aqua's Metallic Pleated Miniskirt ($78) with Joie's Houston Top ($198) and a Coach Embossed Exotic Clutch ($398) to get a Palermo-approved look.
The Blindside beauty Lily Collins looked lovely while attending Matthew Williamson's F/W 10 show in London last month. Though her pale polka-dot blouse, shimmery purple skirt, and multi-colored belt are from the London-based Williamson's pre-fall collection (and not in stores for a few more weeks), if you are a fan of her ensemble, we've got some chic choices that will allow you to get the look in no time flat! Be sure to check out See by Chloe's Nude Ruffle Top ($322), or Arden B's Smocked Waist Ruffle Top ($39) with Aquilano Rimondi's Cutaway Jacquard Skirt ($900). Though the actress put the finishing touches on her ensemble with Carvela's Antique Court Heels ($150) and a Laura Merkin clutch, be sure to round out your look with La Regale's Flapover Tab Clutch ($26) and Michael Antonio's Lancer Pumps ($60) to get a Collins-esque √©lan!
Our inboxes were literally overflowing with requests about the olive pants Victoria Beckham was photographed wearing outside of LAX a few weeks ago. The relaxed cut and drab hue resonated with our style-savvy audience so of course, we are happy to provide all the outfit details! Though her exact Roberto Cavalli Khaki Pleated Front Pants ($928) are certainly enviable, we also recommend trying Alexander Wang's Snap Army Pants ($425), Diane von Furstenberg's Pareese Pants ($298), Alice Ritter's Lana Pants ($215) or Of Two Minds' Reconstructed Army Pants ($247), as they all share similar shapes and shades with Posh's picks. Though Beckham rounded out her on-trend trousers with a Chloe Boyfriend Fit Blazer ($361, 212.717.8220), and Brian Atwood's Maniac Pumps ($575), we quite like Theory's Aislinn K Blazer ($375) or ASOS' Drapey Waterfall Blazer ($110) and Steve Madden's Caryssa Platform Pumps ($90) for a few look-a-like alternatives to her designer pieces!
Spotted en route to lunch in Los Angeles earlier this month, Kate Bosworth looked sweet and chic in a swingy Karen Walker skirt and a 3.1 Phillip Lim sweater from the Fall 09 season. We love how the flirty floral skirt is offset by the chic neutral top, so make sure you mimic her mix with Topshop's Ditsy Hitched Skirt ($55) and Topshop's Knitted Chain Tabbard ($90). Though Bosworth finished off her ensemble with a cherished pair of Isabel Marant ankle boots (from a few seasons ago and unfortunately no longer available) be sure to try Kimchi Blue's Canvas Western Boots ($58), which are not only dead-ringers for Bosworth's impeccable choice but also will look lovely all spring¬--and summer¬--long!¬--KM, additional reporting by Natalie Yost