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Get the Look: Audrina Patridge

By |   November - 16 - 2009
Audrina Patridge

Audrina Patridge

Audrina Patridge has come up with an almost perfect outfit for the fall/winter 2009 season. This star from the Hills has paired casual with chic and crisp and put together a look that is perfect for any casual situation and some that are even a bit more dressy.

Get her look by investing in a grey leather jacket. Black would make the outfit too rock and roll but the grey color has a softening effect, making it more versatile. On top of that both leather and grey are popular wardrobe elements this season so you should get a lot of use out of the jacket.

Underneath the jacket wear a simple white t-shirt. The t-shirt gives the outfit a casual feel, but just by removing the white t-shirt and replacing it with a printed floral top and you’ve got a dressier look for more formal occasions or holiday parties.

Audrina Patridge’s skinny jeans in grey are also another good choice because denim in non-blue colors almost automatically dresses up the look a bit but the denim keeps it from being over the top. The tone on tone grey combination is taking this season’s “new black” and giving it more power and sex appeal.

Finally, a simple and very trendy pair of strappy black ankle boots and an understated black clutch complete the outfit. It’s that perfect outfit where you don’t look like you tried too hard but yet you seem perfectly pulled together at the same time.

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