Kerry Washington Partners with The Limited for Scandal-Inspired Line

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Kerry Washington is one of the most stylish women in Hollywood both on and off screen, and now her Scandal wardrobe is coming to a Limited near you. The gorgeous Scandal actress – and new mommy – is bringing her television wardrobe to The Limited. Washington plays Olivia Pope, the White House’s “fixer” on the hit ABC drama, but there is nothing about her Scandal wardrobe that needs fixing. Flawless in every shot, the actress and her costume designer from the show decided to partner with The Limited to create a collection based on Pope’s wardrobe for the store’s line.

Lyn Paolo, Scandal’s costume designer, and Washington are working with The Limited to create a 42-piece collection to debut in late September. The line will include everything from coats to pants to tops, each piece inspired by something Olivia Pope has worn. Additionally, Washington will wear some of the pieces from the line in the upcoming season, which just adds more excitement to the line for fashionistas who want to look just like Washington’s character.

“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. 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 the clothes they see on the show,” Washington said of her excitement and involvement with the new line.

Perhaps the best part of this collaboration is the fact that the pieces are genuinely affordable. The starting point is only $49, which means just about everyone can have a piece of Pope’s wardrobe. You can pick up a few of your favorite pieces this fall when The Limited unveils the new Scandal collection in stores.

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Tiffany Raiford is an experienced writer with more than 7,000 published articles. A wife and mother, she spends her time playing with her little girls, reading, writing and attempting to keep her house clean.
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