Pamela Anderson Broke This Controversial Style Rule in the Chicest Way Possible

If you spend any time on the internet, you probably don’t need me to tell you that Pamela Anderson is the moment—period. A new memoir titled Love, Pamela; a Netflix documentary called Pamela, a Love Story; a spread in Interview Magazine; and a buzzworthy moment with Jacquemus altogether create an opportunity for the actress and model to become fashion’s It girl in 2023. And if her latest look proves anything, it’s that she isn’t wasting that chance. 

For a stop on her book tour at The Grove’s Barnes & Noble in Los Angeles, Anderson and her stylist Rebecca Ramsey chose to break the oldest fashion rule in the book with an all-white look by Magda Butrym worn in the middle of the winter. Specifically, Anderson wore a 100% silk blouse with a very on-trend flower embellishment on one shoulder and matching trousers. With the duo, she added a trench coat and sky-high stilettos, both in the same shade of off-white. 

Despite being one of fashion’s most controversial trends, a monochrome white look post–Labor Day can also be one of its chicest ensembles, an argument made even stronger by the manner in which Anderson pulled it off for her book tour. Scroll down to decide which side of this sartorial argument you’re on.  

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