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11 Aug 2014

Olivia Pope's Outfits Are Coming To Our Closets!

I love me some Olivia Pope of ABC’s hit political drama, Scandal. Especially ‘Livy’s’ style.

Since you also love her looks, it was inevitable that a collection would spring up soon. Except it’s not in Spring but rather this Fall. The 42-piece collection is a collaboration between Kerry Washington, the show’s costume designer Lyn Paolo and retailer, The Limited’s head of design Elliot Staples. Kerry Washingon said “It’s been really fun to have a voice at every stage of the production from picking buttons, choosing fabrics and weighing in on hair and makeup people." The pieces will be available in 250 stores.

“People who love the look of the show can now step into this world in a way that is affordable and accessible because not everybody can afford to have clothes they see on the show,” she continued.

If your ‘professional’ wardrobe is in need of a fresh wide leg trouser or it could use a chic blazer like Olivia, then this is totally for you. The collection will range in price from $49 to $248. As a Stylancer, this is uber-haute news. I may not have a The Limited store in my neck of town, but thankfully there’s the Internet, where the pieces will also be available next month.

I’ll be previewing the collection as soon as it becomes available. For now, keep Stylancin’.

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