Jaime King just upstaged two of the most stylish celebrities in Hollywood on Wednesday. The model turned actress attended a Target launch in New York City with Jessica Alba and Kate Bosworth, and what she wore for the occasion was what set her apart from the rest.
Jaime rocked a white feathery tea-length pencil skirt with a white blouse and a black blazer for the evening. Topping off her ensemble were smoky-eye makeup, a black clutch, and a choker necklace. It was a classic and colorless attire, but somehow, Jaime managed to stand out and overshadow Jessica’z mixed-print getup and Kate’s sleek all-black outfit.
Jaime King attends the WhoWhatWear x Target launch in New York City on January 27, 2016
Jessica Alba wears a mixed print outfit from the WhoWhatWear x Target collection
Kate Bosworth arrives at the event in over-the-knee boots and a fanny pack
I think the feathery skirt did the trick. Yes?
Don’t get me wrong, Jessica looks gorgeous and Kate looks very sophisticated, but it’s Jaime you end up staring at. Would you agree?
I couldn’t find any details on her statement skirt, but the jacket appears to be from the WhoWhatWear x Target collection, which will soon be available in the stores on January 31.
There’s no information on Jaime’s classic black pumps either, but if you wish to steal her style, the pair can easily be replaced with something that works within your budget.
I agree. The pumps don’t look interesting at all, but that’s what the outfit required. With a fuzzy skirt like that, you really don’t need a lot of decoration. Besides, earlier in the day, Jaime already had her share of standout footwear. She rocked a pair of catchy slip-on platform sneakers from Roger Vivier with a denim jumpsuit while out and about in the Big Apple.
Jaime King rocks a wide-leg jumpsuit and chunky slip on sneakers before attending the Target event
Roger Vivier Swarovski Embellished Patent Sneakers, $1325
On a side note, Jessica’s silver pumps are from Brian Atwood. They’re the Marella pumps, a style that follows a very classic silhouette detailed with pointed toes and walkable 3.5-inch-tall heels. I couldn’t find them in Jessica’s silver, but here they are in blue suede. They are no longer available for purchase, so best to find an alternative:
Brian Atwood Marella Pumps, $660
Lastly, Kate’s over-the-knee boots are from Stuart Weitzman. They’re the “Highland”, and you can find them online if you want a pair. Team with a black A-line skirt and a black top to copy her look.
Stuart Weitzman Highland Boots, $798