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Emma Roberts knew how to make an appearance at By Far’s launch party for its first physical store on trendy Melrose Place in Los Angeles.
The festivities included a dinner and surprise performances from Maya Rudolph and Gretchen Lieberum’s Prince cover band, Princess.
The “Nerve” star wore an animal print button-up tucked into a pair of flared jeans, distressed hems at the bottom. To secure her pants in style, she wore a thick black belt with a gold buckle, which meshed well with the tone of her top and her signature blond hair.
From top to bottom, it was simply well-done as each article of clothing was cohesive, emphasizing the golden brown, blue, and black combination. Her other accessories included a small black handbag and jaded orange hoops that collectively worked with the styling of the outfit.
The shoes were the real show-stopper. Roberts wore a pair of black kitten heels with sharp square pointy toe that had a bit of a witch-like aesthetic. Aptly, it isn’t a stretch from styles the “American Horror Story: Coven” star has worn before.
The mules aren’t just any regular kitten heels as the striking design made them stand out; their subtle peculiarity leads the outfit.
Mules are a silent but deadly weapon in fashion as they hold the ability to elevate any outfit, and in the color black, as demonstrated by Roberts — they can easily go with anything.
Give your next look a dressy twist with kitten heels.
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