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Where To Buy Olivia Munn’s Green Velvet Suit, Because It's Both Warm & Stylish


It's officially time to embrace the power-suiting trend — if you haven't already, that is. Once you test drive a two-piece set, you'll quickly learn that it's the ultimate wintertime uniform you can lean on for everything, whether it's a dinner with your friends or a holiday party. A suit is polished yet trend-forward, and though it's often thought of as work attire, Olivia Munn's green-velvet suit proves it's just as much a street-style staple. What's more, the silhouettes, fabrics, and colors are vast, so you'll have no problem finding one that suits you (pun intended).

On Tues. evening, Munn appeared on Busy Philipps' new talk show, Busy Tonight. And while the conversation between the two was certainly one for the books, ultimately, it was Munn's luxe, glistening velvet suit, which hails from cool-girl brand Rachel Antonoff, that caught the attention of the fashion-obsessed. One look at it will undoubtedly convince you to invest in her exact set. And luckily, it's still available to shop right now.

The 38-year-old's two-piece combo consisted of a jade, double-breasted blazer (which she wore unbuttoned) and matching high-waisted pants. Rather than wearing the set with a simple tee or a button-down blouse, Munn took a slightly riskier approach, opting instead for a pearl-colored tie-front crop top from Australian-based brand, Meshki. Her look was playful yet professional at the same time — and it's certainly one that will inspire many holiday party outfits in the weeks to come.

Munn styled her velvet suit with strappy heels, keeping both her makeup and jewelry simple and understated. She wore her hair in long, loose waves, with her neutral eyeshadow and nude pout perfectly playing off of the pearl-colored top.

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Munn isn't the first A-lister to don a suit. In fact, she joins a long list of celebrities (namely Gigi Hadid and Blake Lively) who have made the two-piece set a mainstay in their cold-weather wardrobes. But there's something about the green-velvet number she chose for her appearance on Busy Tonight that feels especially perfect for wintertime.

Unsurprisingly, the weighted fabric is great during the cold-weather season. It's warm and cozy — two important factors to consider when finding pieces to add into your winter rotation. But aside from being practical, velvet also looks so elegant and luxe, and it's an easy way to add some texture into your day-to-day look.

Ready to test out the suiting trend? Ahead, shop The Zoe Report's roundup of velvet two-piece sets, all rendered in stunning jewel tones.

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Meet the ultimate Christmas party suit. Rendered in a pretty green velvet, this blazer (and matching trousers) is a must-have for the cold-weather season. Pair it with sparkly pumps, add a swipe of red lipstick, and you're ready to go.

Don't own a pair of flared pants yet? Now's the time to invest. Style these fun velvet bottoms with the matching blazer, or for a more casual daytime look, simply wear a basic white tee and sneakers.

Check out the gem buttons on this stunning velvet jacket. When wearing this number, you won't even need to pair it with jewelry — just let the buttons do all the shining.

Though not a jade green, these velvet pants are designed in another pretty jewel tone. If you want to test out the trend but aren't quite ready to break the bank, these luxe bottoms from Zara are your calling card.

If you prefer a color that's a bit more subtle, this midnight blue number is the perfect pick. Style it with sneakers for an easy, comfortable daytime look, and come nighttime, slip into metallic heels.

These midnight-blue velvet ankle pants are great for work or play. Wear them with a refined blouse for a great office look or a fun, sequin top when heading out with your friends for the evening. Best of all? They're comfortable.

This deep-burgundy velvet blazer is a must-have for fall and winter. Wear it on its own or with the matching crop flare pants for a retro '70s look that's equal parts cool and cozy.

It's no secret that '70s are still heavily influencing style choices to this day — and these cropped, flare pants by Frame are a prime example. Pair them with your go-to mules or white ankle booties for a cool, daytime look.