Jaime King attended the launch of Rachel Zoe's "Major Must-Haves for Jockey" last night in a full metallic violet skirt, tight-fitting dark top, strappy suede platforms, a statement-making necklace, and carrying a gold clutch.
Whether you want to mix it up at work, or try something new on a night out, this metallic look is a stylish winner for anyone's fall wardrobe. Here's how you can get her look for yourself:
Full mid-length skirt:
To get King's look, you'll need a metallic purple skirt with pleating at the waist and a full shape. We like this French Connection "Disco" leopard-print skirt ($198) because it's a similar shape and color to King's—plus, the print reminds us of her skirt's dotty texture. If you want something longer and more pleated, try this bronze Kate Spade New York "Sonny" skirt ($298). Although it isn't violet, it's a dark metallic that will pair well with the rest of the plum look.
Plum shirt and statement necklace:
To complement the skirt, you'll need a body-skimming plum top. Try Eddie Bauer's "Pima" jersey long-sleeve shirt in Loganberry ($28.95) for that sleek, slim-fitting look. To get King's statement-making necklace, you'll need to find one with gray layered chains and circular detailing. We like this pavé hoop necklace from BaubleBar ($30) just for that reason—it has the layered chain feel of King's plus circular hematite hoops.
Strappy suede platforms and a gold clutch:
To get the ballerina look of King's strappy suede heels, find a shoe with thick criss-crossed straps. We like these Diane Von Furstenberg "Zia" suede slingbacks ($280) because the color matches the rest of the outfit, and the straps have that criss-crossed ballerina feel. For a contrasting finish, try a bright gold clutch, like this Style&Co. Zip Wristlet ($28).
What do you think about Jaime King's look? Would you want to try and recreate this outfit for yourself? Let us know what you think in the comments!