Fall television shows with amazing wardrobe closets
By Brittany Anas
If there’s anything we love as much as fall fashion, it just might be fall television shows. The next couple of weeks will reunite us with some of our fave sitcoms and dramas and introduce our televisions to some new shows. (Our bet is on Trophy Wife for most likely to tickle our funny bone and Sleepy Hollow to give us nightmares).
While we’re anticipating the fall line-up (hurry up, already!), we’ve compiled a list of some of our “best-dressed” shows and where you can find pieces that are similar to the ones you see on television. (It’s the best thing to actually raiding the on-set wardrobe closets).
We shopped the looks at Dillard’s, where you can earn up to 4 percent Cash Back from ShopAtHome.com.
The Mindy Project: Thought Mindy Kaling — the star of her own rom-com — would just be in scrubs as she plays a doctor? Pfft. We’re curious what’s going to happen now that she chopped off her hair and finally commited to move to Haiti with her pastor-boyfriend — but we’re sure, if she actually made it, she needed a tent for her clothes. Her character’s style embraces color and takes playful risks — with bold pops of magenta underneath her lab coat, fun prints underneath blazers and bright outerwear. We found a top that marries Mindy’s love for polka dots and color: The Eci Polka Dot Colorblock tunic, for $59.
New Girl: How adorable is Zooey Deschanel? (The answer is “oh-my-gosh, so adorable.”) She plays Jess, a quirky, happy-go-lucky school teacher who is equal parts endearing and naive. Her go-to style on the show? A patterned fit-and-flare dress (preferably sleeveless) and cardigan. We’ve also seen her in lots of pieces that have a vintage vibe. We could see this Antonio Melani Carolina cashmere peplum sweater in her closet, ready to be paired with a patterned skirt.
Scandal: Forget anything we ever might have said about work clothes being drab. Kerry Washington recently topped the 2013 international best-dressed list put together by Vanity Fair. And her character in the political thriller is equally well-dressed. Washington is cast as Olivia Pope — a strong-willed Washington, D.C. public image specialist who runs a crisis management firm. In the show, she makes neutrals look luxe with rich fabrics and immaculate tailoring. A colorblock satin blouse made by Michael Kors, we suspect, would get the stamp of approval from Washington.
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