The ombré on this piece elevates a serviceable gray blazer to new fashion-forward heights. And is that a matching overcoat behind her? Seen in episode six, “Icarus.” Photograph by Eric McCandless for ABC.
Timeless and universally flattering, the houndstooth pattern isn’t the only star of this look: it’s the shape of the coat that steals the show. The wide half-sleeves are pleasantly reminiscent of Jackie O
. Seen in episode eight, “Vermont Is for Lovers.” Photograph by Michael Ansell for ABC.
Swaying from Olivia’s usual feminine pastels, this dark, checkered blazer set the mood for an equally dark episode: number ten, “A Door Marked Exit.” Photograph by Danny Feld for ABC.
We love a classic tweed jacket, and the subtle white plaid on this piece is just enough to transform the monochrome look. Seen in episode 12, “We Do Not Touch the First Ladies.” Photograph by Eric McCandless for ABC.
This one’s for the shape: The military-like silhouette of this navy piece says “power”—but is hardly a typical power-suit top. Seen in episode 13, “No Sun on the Horizon.” Photograph by Eric McCandless for ABC.
This is the biggest display of pattern we’ve ever seen on Olivia Pope, and the beautifully chaotic pattern appropriately matched the chaotic turn of events in episode 14, “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.” Photograph by Richard Cartwright for ABC.