A week in the Style of: Kelly Osbourne

15 July 2011

When a star embarks on a style transformation, excitement is triggered amongst fashion editors widespread. Will they get it right? Is it career suicide? Could they be the next style icon? So when pictures emerged of Kelly Osbourne holidaying in London, there was a collective sigh of relief. Channelling a new rock chick vibe, Kelly has redeemed herself after style errors past. She’s finally found her style, and she knows how to rock it.

 

Look 1 – For the D&G Net-a-Porter party Kelly paid tribute to the Italian duo in a low cut long black maxi dress by Dolce & Gabbana. She makes it her own by accessorising with a leather jacket, her new favourite glittery handbag (seen throughout), crucifix chain and just the perfect smattering of dark roots. Next to pal Pixie Geldof in D&G leopard print, it’s a rock chick marriage made in heaven.

 

Look 2 – So chic in her yellow A-line dress. She avoids looking matchy matchy (after all she is wearing a matching yellow bow in her hair) by teaming with tough accessories. A black structured tuxedo jacket, studded leather waisted belt and round sunglasses. Don’t forget that glittery bag, a rather smart investment it seems.

 

Look 3 – A lesson in layering from Kelly here. The pretty blouse with chain collar detail is a perfect contrast to the faded denim and leather jacket on top. She keeps the look modern with her incredibly cute Chanel earrings and the bow and glasses combo is a nod to her kooky side. It’s like Minnie Mouse at an Iron Maiden concert.

 

Look 4 – Taking the rock chick vibe to the extreme! Heavily studded jacket, embellished shoes, embossed belt AND that bag – she was out to make a statement. The lace Topshop top and pretty pink lip work well with the toughness of the outfit, but leaving the bag at home would have made her look less like an actual motorbike rider.

- Georgia Donovan


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