Olivia Palermo spices up her leopard print coat with a hot pink collar as she and husband Johannes Huebl take a stroll in New York
She is a trend designer renowned for her impeccable haute couture tastes.
And Olivia Palmero’s haute couture bona fide couldn’t be beaten when she showed off her leopard-print coat on a walk in New York City on Saturday with her husband Johannes Huebl.
The 34-year-old socialite’s playful coat was upgraded with an eye-catching hot pink collar that contrasted against the otherwise dull winter day.
Stand out: Olivia Palermo, 34, was a must-have in a leopard-print coat with a hot pink collar as she strolled through New York City with her husband Johannes Huebl on Saturday
Olivia’s dark brown coat was paired with a relaxed set of slim jeans that were slightly tucked into her patent leather combat boots.
She wore a thick, cream colored ribbed sweater under her coat and added more color to the muted ensemble with a purple handbag.
The 5ft 6in beauty had her light brown locks pulled back in a tight bun, showcasing her chunky black sunglasses.
Johannes contrasted his wife with a dressier look in shades of blue.
Edgy: Olivia’s dark brown mid-thigh coat was teamed with a relaxed set of slim jeans that were slightly tucked into her patent leather combat boots
Jazzed up: She wore a thick cream colored ribbed sweater under her coat and added more color to the muted ensemble with a purple handbag
The German model wore a navy three-button suit while dressing it up with a pair of blue suede moccasins.
He added a little extra warmth with a navy cropped overcoat he left unbuttoned and a gray ski cap, and he added a frumpy blue polka dot ascot over his white dress shirt.
Olivia and Johannes both wore black masks to slow the spread of the new coronavirus and they kept away from other strollers.
The two first met in 2008 and got engaged six months before tying the knot in June 2014.
Blue vibe: Johannes, a German model, wore a navy three-button suit while dressing her up with a pair of blue suede moccasins
In December, Olivia opened up to Page Six about how she was keeping her trendy ensemble with “ lots of cashmere and diamonds ” amid the pandemic.
“I didn’t let the coronavirus stop me from dressing; I think it’s important, ”she said.
“ I am convinced it will be the roaring twenties with that extra sparkle when we come out [of quarantine], she theorized. “We’ve probably been looking at all of our party wardrobes for the past year, waiting to wear some clothes.
The reality TV star also said she plans to resume ballroom dancing lessons with her husband once it is safe to do so, as they had just started classes before the pandemic hit.
Old school: In December, Olivia told Page Six that she expects people to set themselves in fashion by replicating the “roaring twenties” once the pandemic has passed; seen in September in Milan