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In some totally shocking celebrity news today, Olivia Palermo stepped out wearing none other than the monogrammed Burberry Prorsum cape Cara Delevingne closed the fall '14 runway show in last February. If someone was going to do it first (well, besides Cara), we had our suspicions it would be Palermo. We are, after all, talking about the same woman who chose custom Carolina Herrera separates in lieu of a traditional, white wedding gown.
Truth be told, there's something about the embroidered "OP" that gives an easy elegance to her outfit. We're even willing to overlook that she chose an 80-something-degree day on a shoot in New York City to debut the style. Yet, while it's a little early to be thinking fall, you, too, can shop the exact style on Burberry's website right now. If casually dropping $1,395 isn't really your bag, at least you have something fun to add to this year's holiday wish list. Click ahead to view the cape in all its tartan, Burberry glory.
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