I’ve yet to see Kate Bosworth do a major fail when it comes to fashion. Somehow, she has managed to ace every look she has put together, whether it’s for a major gig or just running errands with hubby Michael.
Recently, the SK-II brand ambassador was spotted arriving at LAX after taking a vacay in Maldives. Her airport attire was certainly not what I had expected, but she looked fabulous nonetheless. It was slightly bohemian and carefree, yet not quite.
Kate wore a colorful Topshop skirt and a cute H&M top for the plane ride. Capping off her outfit were on-point extras consisting of aviator sunglasses, a white Burberry purse, and very ladylike clear ankle-strap heels. Check out Kate below, then tell me if you approve of her attire:
Kate Bosworth arrives at LAX after taking a vacation in Maldives, May 27, 2014
Well, any thoughts?
I actually like it. I like how she polished it up with those see-through high heels. Flat sandals would have only made her look more casual and laid-back. Nothing wrong with that, of course, but with the heels, she looks exceptionally fancy.
Just so you know, Kate’s shoes are from Charlotte Olympia. They’re the stripped-down version of these “Soho Stud” sandals, which are currently available online. These babies feature 4-inch-tall stilettos and clear PVC uppers trimmed with metallic gold leather and studs. Note that Kate’s sandals are in white while the Soho Studs below are in gold.
Charlotte Olympia Soho Stud Sandals, $1195
Do you fancy the Soho Studs?
They’ll cost you a pretty penny. Actually, scrap that. They’ll cost you a whole lot of money. But if you can afford, I’m not going to stop you from grabbing them.
If you want to copy Kate’s style for less, I recommend you grab these sandals from Stuart Weitzman instead. They feature clear straps trimmed with white leather — just like Kate’s shoes. But you’ll only spend about $239 for this pair. Match these shoes with a short printed skirt and a white top, then voila! You’re all set to looking like a celebrity stylista.
Stuart Weitzman Seeall Sandals, $238 (was $398)