Caroline? Caroline who? I may hear you ask.
Why she is my newest girl of the moment. We all know I’m a huge fan of Olivia Palermo but well, she hasn’t been seen since her London Fashion Week trip and well I need a new Girl Crush to take her place while she’s MIA.
When Caroline Sieber attended the Chanel show in Paris earlier this week she looked the best by far. Alexa, yes still fab and yes she was clutching the most amazing Chanel hamper bag type type thing but it was Sieber who rocked the front row. Looking every inch the trendsetting stylist she is (she is Emma Watsons go-to girl). Wearing a two piece Chanel suit (of course) in a vibrant shade of red teamed with a pair of gorgeous nude coloured Louboutin sandals. Her hair and make-up simple and unfussed. Elegance personified.
If truth be told I didn’t know much about this girl either, but after a few clicks I found out that apparently Sieber came to London from Vienna to be an accountant. However it’s obvious that number-crunching took a backseat to being a ‘Brand Ambassador’ for Chanel (nice gig if you can get it!) She’s now a permanent fixture on the front row, she made the top 10 in Tatlers Best Dressed list and she’s a regular on the posh party circuit. She counts Balenciaga, Balmain, Yves Saint Laurent, Charles Anastase, Burberry Prorsum, and Chanel—naturally!—as her favourite designers and brands. Oh and she also loves Krispy Kreme doughnuts – with her figure? Who knew!?!
What I love the most about this girl is how she dodges anything that is too trendy or polished, she accessorises her outfits with tough harsh accents such as leather belts and heavy heels but then adds a girly touch whether it be a cocktail ring or a jewelled headband.
While I’m still not 100% sure about how she makes a living or have a firm understanding of her client list. I am still quite certain that Sieber is the perfect embodiment of the classic Chanel ethos: modern, independent, iconic, confident, and above all else, effortlessly chic!
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