Suit Up for Spring with the Olivia Palermo Collection

Add to a budding sartorial wardrobe with fresh tailoring made for any digital boss.

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It's officially April, and with a new month comes the opportunity for a wardrobe reboot. As today's new digital meeting culture has redefined how we're getting dressed, one way to regain the power of the workweek is through sleek, modern tailoring and we're debuting just that from the Olivia Palermo Collection. From plaid double-breasted jackets to flattering high-waisted trousers, the Spring/Summer collection has many versitile, menswear-inspired separates to love.

True to Olivia's own style cues and crafted to boost confidence, each piece of the suiting assortment merges femininity with traditional sartorial sensibility and functionality. Consider the pockets of each jacket, which act as an ideal place for all the essentials: an iPhone, Montblanc pen, a lipstick—you name it. Then there are glamorous, vintage-inspired elements like wide-lapels, jeweled buttons juxtaposed against checked fabrics, and navy separates trimmed with black lace. Chic suiting lends to tried and true wardrobe staples and quickly becomes classic on its own.

Olivia Palermo Collection flared trouser available at select retailers
Olivia Palermo Collection flared trouser available at select retailers

Try popping a tailored jacket over a comfortable T-Shirt while taking Zoom meetings at home as these pieces bring the extra dose of polish needed to cross off that to-do list. Or wear the navy boyfriend blazer solo for a sexy approach to virtual date night. Then, when we're able to head back to the office IRL, create a full-on, modern power suit moment by pairing toppers together with cropped trousers or the tailored midi skirt. Sky-high stilettos, embellished mules, or boyish brogues add a fashionable finishing touch.

Credits Editorial Photographed by Eduardo Rezende  / Modeled by Chloe Braaten at Supreme Management / Lookbook Photographed by William Lords /  Modeled by Kitty Hayes at Next Models and Corrie Lejuwaan at Muse NY / Makeup for both by Andrea Tiller / Hair for both by David Cotteblanche / Creative Direction and Production for both by SFB Creative
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