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Style Hunter: Everything Olivia Pope is wearing in the 'Scandal' sneak peek clip

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Olivia Pope’s life may be unravelling, but you’d never know it by looking at her threads.

In a sneak peek clip from the season three premiere of Scandal, D.C.’s most fashionable fixer wears a muted outfit that is the perfect contrast to the intensity of the situation she finds herself in.

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Will Ray Donovan join Hollywood's best 'fixers'?

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Showtime’s Ray Donovan is premiering tonight at 10 p.m. Liev Schreiber’s eponymous character is a “fixer” — I know, I know another one? But in this age of modern technology, a fixer has become more important than ever. You can’t erase your reputation when it’s living on the internet forever.

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Character Rehab: How to fix Quinn on 'Scandal'

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Here at EW, we have a new weekly series in which we – and readers – weigh in on ways to rehab much-maligned characters on some of our favorite shows.

I’ll admit, I was a little late to the Scandal train. This past May, however, I decided to take the plunge and, man oh man, can I just say that life can be separated into two factions: pre-Scandal and post-Scandal.

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'Scandal': How (and why) Olivia Pope's style has changed

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As things get messier for Olivia Pope (played by Kerry Washington) in season three, Scandal viewers may have noticed that she’s dressing differently.

But costume designer Lyn Paolo says it’s the true Gladiators who have figured out that the wardrobe changes are as well thought-out as the show’s many plot twists.

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How Michelle Obama inspires the costume design on 'Scandal,' 'Veep,' and 'House of Cards'

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Forget about those drab, boxy business suits, the powerful female characters on today’s D.C.-set TV shows are wearing figure-flattering dresses, experimenting with bold colors and patterns, and even (gasp!) going sleeveless. And they all have Michelle Obama to thank.

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