While Olivia suits up in a cute one-shoulder that reminds us of our moms in their heydays, Paula straps on a stylish Speedo à la the '90s. It’s interesting that this coordinating/not-so-coordinating look hints at how the two BFFs might have just found themselves on the same page again in the shape of two common enemies: Armond, the hotel manager that stole their drug loot, and Olivia’s mom, who rubs them the wrong way while lecturing them about how bad straight white men have it these days.)
Toward the close of the miniseries, fallout from both Olivia and Paula’s differences cause a rift that seems beyond repairable. Oddly, while their motives and mindsets clash, Paula and Olivia manage to coordinate outfits in terms of cut. While Olivia opts to coordinate her sports bra with her cutoff sweat shorts, Paula wears a jaguar-print bikini top beneath a cropped blue tan and also goes for shorts.
In the final episode of the miniseries, it’s clear that Olivia and Paula have a friendship that’s so far beyond what we’d assumed it was in the first few episodes. It’s revealed that Paula deeply resents Olivia for her problematic views, actions, and family, while simultaneously Olivia has figured out that Paula contributed to the pilot to steal from family. The two best friends are no longer coordinating with their clothes at this point, but they do don sunglasses, and Olivia wears a cute embroidered bucket hat from Urban Outfitters to block all of that shady shade the two have to give.