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Olivia Palermo: 'People can tell I'm a perfectionist by my wardrobe'

The fashionista has designed a capsule collection for Banana Republic


Olivia Palermo's wardrobe epitomises her perfectionist tendencies. The 31-year-old initially found fame on reality show The City, but has since made a name for herself as a fashionista.

Millions of people look to Olivia for wardrobe tips, and the model and entrepreneur told Glamour magazine that fans can tell a lot about her personality through the clothes she wears.

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"People have told me that they get a sense of who I am by how I dress - they often say they can tell that I'm a perfectionist, which isn't a lie," she mused to the magazine. "I often find myself wanting to do it all, and knowing when to end work is sometimes challenging."

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When it comes to piecing together an ensemble, Olivia is all about a good accessory. Meli Melo's structured bucket bags are among her favourites - so much so that she has them in a variety of hues to match any look.

 

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"I've used Meli Melo bags for years and my current favourite is the Severine," she smiled. "It has a structured feel but its bucket shape is fun, so you can take it straight to an event after the office. I use it two or three times a week, and I have it in different colours."

Olivia is now giving her biggest fans the chance to follow in her ever so fashionable footsteps after designing a capsule collection for Banana Republic. The range contains stunning items including a paisley dress and a red double-breasted military style coat.

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