Everything You Need from the Banana Republic x Olivia Palermo Collab
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Everything You Need from the Banana Republic x Olivia Palermo Collab

Since last fall, Olivia Palermo has been partnering with Banana Republic as the style ambassador, editing down her favorite picks from the store for shoppers like you. Well, it was only a matter of time before the two joined forces giving us just a bit more OP. Enter: Banana Republic x Olivia Palermo — a 70-piece capsule collection, which ranges from $48 for accessories to $998 for leather outerwear.

So, what’s in store for the new line? You’ll find plenty of basics that are signature to the brand, all of which can easily be mixed and matched with the rest of your wardrobe. And we don’t mean ordinary tops and bottoms BTW; we’re talking elevated and 10 times cooler since these pieces have been touched, designed, and styled at the helm of Palermo. There are also hits of the trends in there too, like a power red trench (serious HBIC vibes) and lots of velvet. Below, some of our favorites, but head here to see the full lineup of goods from the limited-edition collaboration.

1. This Banana Republic x Olivia Palermo Long Military Overcoat ($398) is the quickest way to get all the attention this season.

2. Only Olivia would know to pair this Banana Republic x Olivia Palermo Paisley Tie-Neck Maxi Dress ($248) with a don’t-mess pair of Leather Crop Flare Pants ($598) for a night out.

3. Bring on the double clicks with this Banana Republic x Olivia Palermo Corduroy Button-Detail Military Coat ($178) that, when paired with the Shirred Empire Top ($88), Flare Stripe Tuxedo Pants ($98), and Priscilla Foulard Scarf ($48), is destined to command the room.

4. Redefine formal fall fashion courtesy of this Banana Republic x Olivia Palermo Ruffle Midi Dress ($148) that takes inspo from your go-to cold-weather trench to create a standout late-night ensemble.

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