30+ Times Olivia Palermo Was The Ultimate Street Style MVP

Remember when Olivia Palermo was the enemy? A "socialite" who "live[d] in her own exclusive world" and "[wasn't] afraid to remind you that you are not, nor ever will be, a part of it"? We're talking her stint on The City as the stylish antagonist to our jolly-yet-gullible Whitney "Eve" Port. "You can just see the daggers in her eyes, you know what I mean?" Of course, we learned it was all one glittery, airbrushed fake out, and she's remained in our good graces ever since. Nowadays, our side-eyes have turned into heart-eyes, because the girl's got some killer fashion street cred, and she deserves a shoutout for it.

Whether it be in Paris, Milan, New York, or Dubai, every sidewalk (red carpet, step-and-repeat, etc.) Palermo touches basically turns to gold. And with Fashion Week Month right around the corner, what better time than now to log all of the looks that made us forget about her reality TV days and remind us of why she's a reigning style star.

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We wouldn't be surprised at all if Palermo actually did wake up like this.
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Leave it to Palermo to make dog walking this chic.
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The prowess of Palermo is so powerful that she can make the editor cape drape actually look normal.
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Say hello to my (furry) little friend.
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Olivia in this fall 2016 Diane von Furstenberg number is giving us some serious The City flashbacks.
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Alert the media, Palermo has arrived.
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Even clashing patterns look good in pictures.
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Removable fringe is next on our to-do list.
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A dimmed version of the lampshading trend we can’t stop talking about. (Get it?)
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Here, a minimal way to bundle up without being weighed down.
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Red Bull Giambattista Valli couture gives you wings.
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To no one’s surprise, this Delpozo dress gained her a spot on our Best Dressed list.
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That's quite an ambitious slit.
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Because you can never go wrong with desert tones.
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This Valentino number is the perfect example of how to take a black tie dress code and make it your own.
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Anybody else feeling some serious bag envy right now?
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A double-cold shoulder (and your own nail polish line) is essential in shaking the haters off.
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Off-duty uniform? Check.
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Those boot(ie)s were made for walking (through Times Square).
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Yup, we're officially summer dreaming.
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The tulle! The Valentino! The drama!
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There’s a lot of color going on here, but what is Fendi if it isn’t playful?
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We’d say this stripe competition is a solid tie.
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When at Paris Haute Couture, do as the Parisians do: Tie a scarf on it.
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Wow. Just…wow.
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If this is what walking your dog looks like, we’ve been doing it wrong all along.
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Why wear one coat when you could wear two?
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A yellow overcoat makes peacocking at Fashion Week easy.
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A sleeveless turtleneck may seem pointless when it comes to warmth, but layering it over something with sleeves (perhaps extra-long ones?) gives it new purpose.
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Oh, to be a fly tassel on that wall pencil skirt…
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What’s a Paris Fashion Week outfit without a bit of sequins?
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And fur?
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We could Swiffer the runway with a coat that long.
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Here’s proof that, sometimes, it’s all in the (furry) details.
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And in a true Palermo play, the power suit. Bow down.