HFM's Tuesday Shoesday! Olivia Palermo for Pretty Ballerinas

Fancy flats at their finest

Laura Sutcliffe

Olivia Palermo is one of the world's best-loved style icons and she has the incredible knack of mixing key high street pieces with design threads with a unique twist which is always ahead of the game. Her latest project is the perfect candid for our Tuesday Shoesday.  The 32-year-old has selected eight unique designs with luxury shoe brand Pretty Ballerinas, creating the perfect capsule collection ideal for "For eight different moments". Olivia has handpicked eight styles from the Pretty Ballerinas 2018 Summer Collection, with each design expressing a different aspect of Olivia's lifestyle as an international style icon.

We love the Ella flats from Olivia's capsule collection, £159  

We are having a hard job deciding which design is our favourite, but the Ella are up there! The electric blue pointed soft suede flat loafer with an adorable anchor detail is the ultimate in sailor girl chic and would look equally as fabulous with a pair of skinny jeans as they would with a pretty floral tea dress. Priced at £159 – these beauties are the perfect addition for your springtime wardrobe.

Olivia's styling of the shoes is on point as always 

The latest campaign imagery captures Olivia Palermo's distinctive style, while at the same time, the spirit of Pretty Ballerinas, the iconic and established brand crafting exceptional and stylish flat shoes. Pretty Ballerinas celebrates its 100th anniversary of the Mascaro family creating ballet slippers by hand in the same village where they are designed and made to this day in Menorca. The fashion icon was HFM's cover star in March 2017 and we chatted with the New York native about her love for the British high street: "I've definitely been wearing a lot of British high street for many years". She also revealed how she likes to style her high street buys. "It's important to mix high street into your wardrobe – and I really do mix it into my everyday life. You should find the right balance and always keep an open mind."

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