How To Dress Like Olivia Pope? (Infographic)

Posted on Dec 16 2013 - 10:08am by Alexandra Ashton

Whenever you are watching Scandal, how often do you notice Olivia Pope’s outfits and how amazing they always are? Well it’s no surprise. It took a lot of research into history and fashion and an award-winning designer to come up with the Olivia Pope we all love and admire so much. Almost always in white, our white knight dresses the part. She always knows how to blend an aggressive power outfit with a sexy female body while still maintaining her ability to stay professional. And it’s not just about her designer labels, it’s outfits that are carefully fashioned by the best on screen costume designers to represent the character that she plays.

Season three of Scandal somehow manages to add more color and variety to her wardrobe while still keeping the overall look that we have gotten used to over the years, classy and professional. It took a great deal of investment to find the right colors and the perfect accessories to match any given outfit and they do manage to pull it off. Every episode we watch leaves us astonished at how wonderful and professional she is always dressed for every occasion.

Olivia Pope is probably the most recently notable small screen actress to become a feminine sex symbol who maintains her professional look as well. It is a carefully crafted blend that brings together many designer outfits, and impressive color combinations that you can never go wrong with. If you are wondering how you can learn to dress like Olivia Pope, this infographic is designed to give you an insight into how she manages to pull this off. From her power outfit trouser suits, trench coats, evening dresses and fashionable accessories, this infographic is the perfect guide for any woman who wants to learn how to dress like Olivia Pope.

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Alexandra Ashton

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.