Fashion Inspiration From Styles Over the Years
Angela Chase – My So-Called Life
She was probably my very first style icon that I can recall. I was very heavy into the grunge look for the one-year duration of this show that I loved. I had flannel shirts, Doc Martens knock offs and all black clothing. Plus, I wanted her haircut so bad! She was the original hipster for me, effortlessly stylish in a casual way.
Rachel Green - Friends
Her hair. Not the “Rachel” haircut but when she had her hair uber-long and sleek, that’s exactly how I wanted mine. Then again, when she chopping it in a bob, I thought maybe I could pull it off too. I wore midriff t-shirts and long belted cardigans based on the developing looks of Rachel Green. Her style improved season after season and Jennifer Aniston’s personal style is simple and classic to me with wardrobe neutrals that I love.
Carrie Bradshaw – Sex and the City
Do I even have to say why? Her fashion and style catapulted the desire for expensive shoes and eclectic wardrobes through the roof. There were some highly questionable moments: striped overalls, clothing that was mismatched in the worst way but over the seasons, her style was one to covet. She made women everywhere pay more attention to what they wore before stepping outside of the house.
Serena Van Der Woodsen – Gossip Girl
I can watch Gossip Girl on mute because I mainly just like to see the fashion. I like the range of her looks and the fact she doesn’t fit into one specific style. From casual to dolled up, this girl has the style (and money) to pull of any look. Color me jealous.
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