Vogue Editors Size Up Housewives Style
Check out six different looks inspired by our favorite ladies' looks.
If there's one thing we know about Real Housewives it's that looking good is a top priority.
And since the ladies span from all over the United States to all the way to Down Under, their styles take on some pretty major differences. But one thing that they all share is that from head (or weave) to toe, they all look absolutely fabulous.
Thankfully, the fashion powerhouse Vogue agrees, and put together six looks inspired by Housewives that you can add to your own closet. Check them out below.
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First up is Melbourne's own Gina Liano. You can pair Buccallati green beryl diamond multicolor sapphire earrings with a glamorous silk dress, along with a Cartier clutch and some serious pumps. Let's hope you have the perfect eyeshadow to complete the look.
Money can't buy you class, but it sure can buy you an elegant outfit. If you're dressing to impress New York City style, you can score this look inspired by the Countess which includes a velvet mini-dress and some super chic suede boots, finished with some stunning jewels. Beautiful, darling!
If jet-setting is your thing, you might want to take a cue from Yolanda Foster, who manages to stay comfortable while looking flawless. The white ensemble is completed with some sensible sneakers, and a pretty blue sweater. Happy travels!
Being a show stopper more up your alley? Get on NeNe Leakes' level. A mink scarf, black croc-embossed leather and suede Givenchy bag, and Balenciaga jacket pair perfectly with some bright Tom Ford patchwork boots. Yaasss, hunni!
Sophistication and sex appeal go hand-in-hand when you dress like Miami model Joanna Krupa. This Alexander Wang frock is anything but simple, especially with matching Jimmy Choos and a Marc Jacobs clutch. Work it, girl!
If New York City is your playground, you better dress the part. Take it from Skinny Girl mogul Bethenny Frankel, who isn't afraid to take risks, especially when it comes to fashion. Fur coats go well with some skinny pants and sky-high pumps.