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Why Wouldn't Brielle Biermann Rock a Designer Straw Bucket Hat in Quarantine?
The Don't Be Tardy daughter isn't letting self-isolation keep her from flaunting her favorite warm-weather accessories.
Brielle Biermann is not spending her time in self-quarantine rocking cozy sweats and laid-back leggings. Instead, the Don't Be Tardy daughter has been showing off her fresh warm-weather fashion haul in a slew of slinky ensembles fit for (as she hilariously calls it) "club quarantine". Now, the Atlanta-based beauty company co-founder is flaunting the latest summer accessory trend with the greatest of ease and we can't help but wonder — do we need a bucket bag?
On April 29, Brielle posted a series of selfies staged in her driveway where the stunning brunette posed in an adorable springtime outfit. She paired a blush-hued, princess-sleeved, low-cut top with distressed skinny jeans and added in a few luxury label accessories for good measure. We spotted her chic Chanel white leather bag paired with the oh-so-trendy Bottega woven slides. (Wonder if she got them from mom Kim Zolciak-Biermann's massive shoe collection?) Then our attention quickly turned to Brielle's straw bucket hat.
Let's just start by saying that a bucket hat is a surprisingly difficult look to pull off, but Brielle does so effortlessly. The Jacquemus straw bucket hat is a low-key summer staple that we are high-key obsessed with. If the fancy French designer name sounds familiar, that's because Brielle has sported its wares before — including carrying the same teeny Jacquemus carry-all that Dorit Kemsley wore during New York Fashion Week.