Olivia Wilde attended the premiere of her new film, Meadowland, at the Hamptons International Film Festival in East Hampton over the weekend. The actress ditched the usual elegant red carpet frock for the occasion, and instead, slipped into an unexpected attire of sheer black top teamed with a white midi skirt detailed with kiddie art. It was a rather odd mash-up of sexy and quirky, but she strangely pulled it off.



2D49CB6600000578-3268030-image-m-79_1444529096668Olivia Wilde attends the premiere of her new film, Meadowland, held at the Hamptons International Film Festival in East Hampton on October 10, 2015

Do you like the pairing Olivia put together here?

I actually fancy it. I like the fact that it’s still feminine and ladylike, while looking fun and quirky. Plus, the skirt is really cute. Would you agree?

The piece is from Dolce & Gabbana. I doubt if you can find it online, but a similar one from the label done in printed Mikado silk is available if you’re interested.

dolce gabban printed silk skirtDolce & Gabbana Printed Mikado Silk Skirt, $1695

Team the skirt with a black long-sleeved top, then cap off with black platform sandals to steal Olivia’s style. Speaking of sandals, Olivia’s suede pair are from Charlotte Olympia. They’re the “Eugenie”, a style detailed with hammered gold plaques and green cabochons. It’s hard to appreciate them from a distance, so here they are up close:

charlotte olympia eugenie sandals

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charlotte olympia eugenie sandals 288Charlotte Olympia Eugenie Sandals, $1395

Wow. What a beauty, right?

They stand at 5.5 inches tall and feature inch-thick platforms. If you fancy them, you can order a pair online. They retail at almost $1400.

Of course, you need not spend a whole lot of dough just to copy Olivia’s look. You can get crafty with a bit of DIY instead. Find a plain white midi skirt, then put some kiddie doodles on them using textile paint. Team with a fitted black long-sleeved top and black ankle-strap sandals, and you’re all set!

$ 1395