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From Carrie Bradshaw to Lorelai Gilmore, 7 TV characters who gave ultimate fashion goals

Here are 7 TV characters who gave ultimate fashion goals.

By Shruti Kaushal
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From Carrie Bradshaw to Lorelai Gilmore, 7 TV characters who gave ultimate fashion goals

When it comes to OOTD and fashion ideas, television characters are the best to take inspiration from. These characters have influenced our fashion choices and still continue to do so.

Along with a different range of stories, TV series ride high on the fashion game. From Samantha Jones’ power dressing to Rachel Green’s pencil skirt prowess, their fictional wardrobes have become our real-life goals.

Undoubtedly, from classic sitcoms to blockbuster movies and beyond, some of our greatest fashion heroes over the years have been TV and movie characters whose wardrobes we could only dream of having in real life.

Speaking of the current trends, fashion and beauty influencers like Komal Pandey, Sejal Kumar, Scherezade Shroff Talwar, to name a few drives the IG fashion scene to another level inspired by the TV characters.

Here are 7 TV characters who gave ultimate fashion goals:

Carrie Bradshaw:

The lady, Carrie Bradshaw (played by Sarah Jessica Parker), deserves the number one position without a second thought. The shoe addict didn’t only gave us fashion goals but also treated our eyes with the choices of clothes and style is carried in the show, Sex and The City. Carrie hit the streets of New York City wearing all sorts of designer things we would look absolutely ridiculous in. However, we can’t help but go gaga over her gorgeous heels, hats, and bold choices.

Rachel Green:

Obviously working in fashion, Rachel Green(played by Jennifer Aniston) is always the most stylish character on the sitcom. From Bloomingdales to the Ralph Lauren years, Rachel’s style was always chic and put up together. Be it denim jeans with a T-shirt or a date night gorgeous bodycon dress, Miss Green nailed it all. My favourite Rachel’s look would be in ‘One with all the candy’ episode where Rachel ditches dressing up for Halloween and chose to wear a beautiful bodycon dress as she would be able to fit in them given her pregnancy.

Samantha Jones:

Sure, Carrie Bradshaw is definitely a fashionista but so was Samantha Jones(played by Kim Cattrall). The public relations executive was another sartorial force on HBO’s “Sex and the City” for the entire series. From her daring silhouettes to her bold uses of color and pattern, Samantha proved that age was nothing but a number. Despite being the oldest of the friend group, Kim Cattrall’s character was always so chic.

Emily Cooper:

While moving to Paris without learning the French language, Emily(played by Lily Collins) never disappointed us with her fashion choices. The light, fluffy snow, which chronicles the Midwestern marketer’s move to the chicest city in France, gave us major fashion goals and we surely fell in love with croissants and beret.

Blair Waldorf:

Blair Waldorf( played by Leighton Meester) instantly emerged as the Upper East Side’s most influential style star with her ultra-girly headbands, mix of patterns and prints, and highly stylized school girl uniform. Wealthy New York teenager or not, her sense of style inspired all ages.

Serena van der Woodsen:

Who doesn’t love the fashion game of Serena van der Woodsen(played by Blake Lively)? From her cropped coral blazers layered over elevated tanks to her elegant maxi skirts and turquoise jewellery, everything about her LA look gave us ‘casual Fridays, but make it fashion’ vibes.

Lorelai Gilmore:

The yummy mommy Lorelai Gilmore( played by Lauren Graham) was the type of mother every teenage girl wants. Lorelai’s bright, bold style didn’t just feel radical because it was so unlike that of any mom. In her mid-30s, she could’ve easily sported the minimalistic looks expected of women once they exceed 29. Instead, she broke rules surrounding ageism in a way that wasn’t all that common back then at least not on TV and in media.