Olivia Palermo in Christian Louboutin furry heels

Olivia Palermo is one girl that just doesn't quit when it comes to fashion. Every time we clock her — whether she's at a glittering party in LA or dashing around NYC with her with her adorable pooch Mr Butler in tow — she always looks totally on point. 

Of course, her latest outing was no exception...

Last night we spotted the 28-year-old starlet at the star-studded Tiffany T Train experience opening in New York looking her usually chic self in a black jacquard skirt and sheer blouse combo. Sure, it may look a tad reserved for this style maven but if you cast your eye down to her feet, you'll see exactly why she made the wise decision to keep the rest of her attire simple. 

Just look at those shoes! With their pink furry heels, red soles and cute round-toe finish, these Christian Louboutin's give whole new meaning to the word 'statement'. While we'd LOVE to get our hands on OP's designer originals, we sadly don't have quite that much change to throw. 

Fear not; we've only gone and found an amazing high-street alternative that you can STILL order in-time for Saturday night. Yes, way... 

Asos pink and silver 'How We Do' heels, £45

ASOS has pulled it out of the bag yet again with its uh-mazing £45 'How We Do' heels. They might not be courts like Olivia's but we reckon these hot sandals pack more fashion clout thanks to their party-ready metallic finish and, needless to say, their statement faux fur heels.

With silver and pink or gold and black colourways on offer, you can get in on the furry action regardless of your personal style. 

Asos black and gold 'How We Do' heels, £45

Rock them with everything from your trusty skinny jeans to your fail-safe LBD's for a seriously unexpected twist that's guaranteed to turn a few heads on your next big night out. In fact, if you order them today before 9pm, you could be wearing these as soon as tomorrow. Now if that's not incentive to do a spot of Friday-avro online shopping, we don't know what is. Check them out for yourselves here

ASOS, we salute you. OP; as you were. 

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By Maxine Eggenberger