Fall fashion inspiration from Club Monaco's stylish Jennifer Olson
Club Monaco’s social-media and marketing manager Jennifer Olson sticks to a uniform of timeless basics and comfortable investment pieces. Check out her favorite fall fashion ensembles and find out how to spin her style.
1/29Photograph: Sasha MaslovOlson wears a chambray shirt from the now-shuttered Rugby (ralphlauren.com) brand with Club Monaco (locations throughout the city; visit clubmonaco.com) striped pants.
2/29Photograph: Sasha MaslovA Rag & Bone (8533 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood; 424-245-4816, rag-bone.com) tweed blazer finishes off the look.
3/29Photograph: Sasha Maslov“The bracelet is by Martine Ali (martineali.com), an insanely talented Brooklyn-based jeweler who works with mixed metals to create super unique pieces. I rarely wear jewelry, but her pieces are wearable works of art.”
4/29Photograph: Sasha MaslovOlson wears another Martine Ali ring. “Her pieces are subtle yet strong,” she says.
5/29Photograph: Sasha MaslovMartine Ali ring.
6/29Photograph: Sasha Maslov“I tend to wear a lot of neutrals, so these shoes add a much-needed pop of color,” she says of her Zara pumps (locations throughout the city; visit zara.com).
7/29Photograph: Sasha Maslov“I really do wear our clothes pretty much every day,” she says of her Club Monaco–packed wardrobe. “The pieces are on-trend yet timeless.” Here she dons a shirt and sweater from her employer.
8/29Photograph: Sasha Maslov“I am loving a longer length in skirts, especially in leather,” she says of her J Brand skirt (jbrandjeans.com).
9/29Photograph: Sasha MaslovOlson accessorizes with a Club Monaco ring and a Martine Ali necklace. “I tend to stick with [Essie] Wicked nail polish all fall long, so it’s convenient that oxblood is big [this season],” she says of her dark-tone digits.
10/29Photograph: Sasha Maslov“How sick is this backpack? It’s like a grown-up version of my favorite JanSport,” she says of the Mackage (mackage.com) carryall.
11/29Photograph: Sasha MaslovA pair of Club Monaco pony-hair flats are practical but still professional. “I’m so glad we started making shoes. They’re chic yet super comfortable,” she says.
12/29Photograph: Sasha MaslovOlson hangs out on her office rooftop in a versatile Rag & Bone knit top and a Club Monaco pencil skirt. “I rarely wear leopard print, but recently I’ve been trying to step out of my comfort zone,” she notes.
13/29Photograph: Sasha Maslov“These Super (store.retrosuperfuture.com) sunglasses are the perfect mix of gradient and cat-eye.”
14/29Photograph: Sasha Maslov“I always feel at home in a leather jacket, so I paired it [with this outfit] to make me feel more comfortable,” Olson says of her RRL (ralphlauren.com) topper.
15/29Photograph: Sasha Maslov“I recently got back from a best friend’s bachelorette [party] in Nashville. She gifted all of us a different color of this Marlissa Mai-Lin (marlissaflint.etsy.com) bracelet. It’s perfect because it goes with everything and reminds me of a special, hunky-dory time.”
16/29Photograph: Sasha MaslovOlson purchased this Alexander Wang (alexanderwang.com) bag on Shopbop (shopbop.com). “It’s the perfect size because it stops me from packing my life into my purse,” she says.
17/29Photograph: Sasha Maslov“I’ve been really into colorblocking as of late, and these Club Monaco booties are the perfect neutral to accompany my fall wardrobe.”
18/29SPIN HER STYLETommy Hilfiger polka-dot print blouse, $99, at Tommy Hilfiger, 157 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood (310-247-1475, tommy.com)
19/29SPIN HER STYLEJessica Simpson Shirley pumps, $79, at nordstrom.com
20/29SPIN HER STYLEGoJane Never Chain-ging cuff, $12, at gojane.com
21/29SPIN HER STYLELauren Moffatt Woodstock pin-tuck blouse, $282, at Steven Alan, locations throughout the city; visit stevenalan.com
22/29SPIN HER STYLENasty Gal Dee quilted backpack, $58, at nastygal.com
23/29SPIN HER STYLESteven Ella pointed-toe flats, $89, at zappos.com
24/29SPIN HER STYLEKate Spade New York Tarlyn sweater-vest, $248, at katespade.com
25/29SPIN HER STYLETommy Hilfiger Hang blouse, $99, at Tommy Hilfiger, 157 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood (310-247-1475, tommy.com)
26/29SPIN HER STYLE7 for All Mankind leather moto jacket, $325, at 7 for All Mankind, locations throughout the city; visit 7forallmankind.com
27/29SPIN HER STYLEGap chambray twin-pocket shirt, $50, at Gap, locations throughout the city; visit gap.com
28/29SPIN HER STYLEClub Monaco Autumn two-tone booties, $395, at Club Monaco, locations throughout the city; visit clubmonaco.com
29/29SPIN HER STYLEDannijo Finnegan ring, $195, at dannijo.com
By Rachel LeWinter
Club Monaco’s social-media expert combines classic clothes and accessories to create an effortlessly cool look. Her fall fashion style is laid-back and refined with an edge. When she’s not shopping at Club Monaco, she prefers to frequent flea markets and vintage stores. RECOMMENDED: See all of this year's fall fashion content
Favorite part about social media: “Far and away, my favorite aspect of social media is the people I’ve met and the relationships that have come as a result.”
Least favorite part about social media: “Information overload. I sometimes wish there was an off button, if only for five minutes.”
Her personal style: “During fall I tend to stick to a few basics: jeans, a button-down shirt, maybe a leather jacket and always a beanie. Why should guys be the only ones who can pull off a uniform?”
Her inspirations: “I’m lucky enough to get most of my inspiration just from passing people on the street in my neighborhood.” Favorite piece in her wardrobe: “I have this oversize cream-colored Aran (aransweatermarket.com) sweater that I live in during cooler months. I found it at the Brooklyn Flea in New York a few years ago, and it’s been my favorite find to date.”
Signature accessory: “I’m never without a pair of white Vans.”
Favorite thing to wear during fall: “I can’t wait to throw on my beat-up navy Justin (justinboots.com) lace-up boots.” Favorite fall trends: “I’m a huge fan of emerald green and was happy to see the color in many collections. I was also excited to see beanies making an appearance on the runway. They’re a staple in my wardrobe, and I love the idea of throwing one on, even if it’s with a dressy outfit.”