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Olivia Palermo: I inherited my mani love

Published 01/06/2015

Olivia Palermo
Olivia Palermo

Olivia Palermo has shared her holiday fashion tips.

The 29-year-old's star style status began during her time on reality show The City and she's become a fully fledged fashionista since then with numerous ventures and collaborations. For Olivia, one of her main passions is thanks to her mum Lynn Hutchings.

"I definitely get my love of manis and pedis from my mom," she smiled to British magazine InStyle. "On my toes this summer I'm going to wear a red shade from my Ciaté range called Hutch, which was inspired by her."

Speaking about her favourite vacation spots Olivia gushed about her love for The Hamptons in New York and Babington House in the British countryside, as these are places she can escape to for short periods with the ability to get home easily.

When it comes to culture the brunette beauty heads to Japan to enjoy the food and discover new fashion.

That doesn't mean she's against a good beach holiday though and she's often spotted relaxing on a sandy white coastline with her husband Johannes Huebl. She has her packing skills down to a tee and always makes sure to include sunbathing essentials.

"I'm pretty good at packing and rarely go over the limit. It's all about being methodical," she explained. "I use loads of ziplock bags to group my clothes and beauty products together and have a good quality Rimowa suitcase.

"I love a reversible strapless bikini - it's great if you want to pack lightly and I prefer one with no straps to avoid tan lines. I also have this sporty one-piece by Lisa Marie Fernandez, which keeps me warm if it's not baking hot."

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