Judging by her fur coat and long nails, the influencer appears to have been influenced by the viral 'Mob Wife' aesthetic — let's breaking down her look!
Olivia Jade Giannulli appears to be influenced by TikTok's latest viral fashion trend — the "mob wife" aesthetic.
On Saturday, the YouTuber, 24, stepped out at Saturday Night Live — to support her boyfriend Jacob Elordi, who was hosting the episode — wearing just a sexy, plunging black halter dress with a high slit, teamed with black platform heels, statement gold and pearl earrings and, the pièce de résistance, a big fur coat.
She completed the bold look with a flippy '90s blowout, smokey eye and long maroon nails.
"Olivia manages to be ultra adorable and ultra glamorous at the same time," one person commented on the Instagram post of her outfit.
Giannulli's look also had followers calling out the mob wife dressing trend, which has gathered 155.9 million views under its hashtag on TikTok. The look marks a departure from the buzzy simple, clean girl aesthetics in favor of bolder, loud luxury ensemble. Think: big hair, fur coats and Carmela Soprano cosplay.
"It's an attitude, it's an aura, we all want to be the mob boss' wife because she is a boss in and of herself," Mikayla Toninato, who goes by @mikaylatoninato, explained in a TikTok video which now has 1.9 M views. "Mob wife is unbothered. She has places to be. She has people to see."
"She always has a fur just thrown over. She has red lips, she has red fingernails, she always has like smokey makeup," Tonintato adds in her video. "We're going to keep doing the big blowouts. Tigerprint head to toe. I want leopard print. I want cheetah print. I want all of the animal prints."
She continues: "We are giving glamour and there is nothing quiet about this luxury. We want shades on always. We are blocking every hater. We want all the jewelry. We want big chains. We want big rings. We want to be covered in jewels."
Giannulli's oversize glitzy earrings also leaned into the trend that has been taking over Hollywood. And the fur coat was exactly what she needed to keep herself warm for a chilly night out in New York City.
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Elordi, 26, hosted SNL with musical guest Reneé Rapp, and his appearance included a cheeky reference to a raunchy Saltburn scene in his opening monologue and plenty of fun sketches, including one with Rachel McAdams, who made a surprise cameo to introduce Rapp's performance of "Not My Fault" with Megan Thee Stallion.
After the show, Giannulli, 24, attended the SNL afterparty with Elordi at L'Avenue at Saks in New York City.
Photographed exiting the venue wrapped up for the chilly winter weather, the Saltburn actor left the French restaurant sporting a black baseball cap along with a long black, double-breasted jacket, tan corduroy pants and brown boots.
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