What to Wear to Meet Rachel Hollis
We know what you're thinking, what do you wear when meeting any celebrity? It can be a difficult decision, wanting to look your best without being overly dressed up. Going for a casual yet styled look, here is what our team wore:
1. Oversized Tailored Blazer with High-Waisted Denim
This statement blazer is a perfect piece to pair with neutral tones. Paired with high-waisted black denim to accentuate the blazers length, we are dying over this outfit! Finished with animal print shoes and fringe earrings, this look is polished.
2. Lightweight Button Up with Kimono Over-piece
You know how much we love our kimonos, so why not pair with our favorite Ashley Linen Button Up? We’d be lying if we told you everyone on our team didn’t own this top... It's a true #LiamTeam favorite! Finished by a Liam & Co. staple, our comfortable Perfect Colored Skinnies.
3. Paperbag Denim and White Tee
Yes, we love the high-waisted cut right now if you couldn't tell. Believe it or not, this is an extremely cozy outfit, from the soft form-fit of our Abbie Layering Tee, to the airy wide leg fit of our Ivan Paperbag Denim Pants. Paired once again with animal print shoes, this is one of our go-to outfits.
4. Striped Peplum and Duster Cardigan
First things first, our Maria Baby Doll Peplum is so cute on everyone. This button detail down the front, cinching at the waist that falls into a flattering peplum ruffle makes the perfect top to dress up or down. This peplum and duster combo is a perfect casual celebrity outfit.
5. Dainty Print Button Down Tunic
We are stepping up the T-shirt and jeans game with beautiful Tish Cuffed Sleeve Tunic. From the chiffon fabric, to the gorgeous print, this is an easy throw on tunic to go with most everything. Pair with your favorite flats and you're ready to go.
Let's be honest here, can you ever go wrong with a jumpsuit?! We think not. We're especially loving this structured piece with the ruffle sleeve and tie at the waist. Jumpsuits are always a great choice, with the ability to dress them up or down with a switch of a pair of shoes or some jewelry.