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If you’re looking for style inspiration you need only to switch on your television and take a look at the most popular dramas and sitcoms from the past few decades. TV characters have, and continue, to give us some of the most iconic and inspiring fashion moments we have ever seen. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular, and some maybe overlooked, style icons on the small screen.
Jessica Day – New Girl
She’s cute and quirky with a passion for prints. If you love the pretty and preppy look, Jessica Day is your gal. Jess’s outfits feel accessible, totally adorable and feminine. Pumps and Polka dots all the way!
Haley Dunphy – Modern Family
As the series have progressed, so has Haley’s style. From earlier pretty dresses, floral tops and denim skirts, Haley now has a look that is wearable in everyday life but now has a distinct character and edge.
Amanda Tannen – Ugly Betty
Mode Magazine’s receptionist and notorious gossip Amanda Tannen, with her repeatedly outrageous and innovative outfits, really was a sight to behold.
Blair Waldorf and Serena Van Der Woodsen – Gossip Girl
As the queens of Constance, S & B had us drooling over their seemingly endless array of designer outfits and couture gowns. Who could forget Blair’s pale blue Elie Saab wedding gown, or Serena’s gold cotillion dress?! Not that we miss the show at all…sigh.
Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda – Sex and the City
Though Carrie Bradshaw’s enviable and brilliantly quirky street style was perhaps the most memorable, the show cleverly gave us four lovely ladies each with gorgeous style that was completely unique to them.
Peggy Carter – Marvel’s Agent Carter
This show is worth watching for Peggy’s jumpsuits alone. Classy and chic at every turn, every single one of Peggy’s looks was a knockout.