TV’s 10 Most Fashionable Shows

  
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Typically fans of a popular television show tune in for the dramatic plot twists and relatable characters; however, a few standout series have allowed fashion to be a reason in itself to keep fans coming back for more! Television stylists have the power to bring a make-believe world to life through the clothes each character wears. Whether portraying a fashion designer, a 1920’s flapper or a New York fashionista, the true authenticity of the actress to the role they play really does weigh greatly on the outfit they’re wearing. Read below for Fame10’s take on the most fashionable shows to ever hit television:

10. One Tree Hill

Over the nine seasons of the hit television series One Tree Hill, Brooke Davis rose to be one of the most iconic (and fashionable) characters on the teen drama category. She began as a villain, but as the plot unrolled, it was clear she was simply an insecure teenager who eventually flourished into a driven and independent woman. Her passion for fashion was clear in high school and she later became the confident CEO of her own fashion line, Clothes Over Bros. Brooke and her fashion crew easily became the fashion stars of the show, often donning a style that was a mix of sophistication and sexiness.

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9. Downton Abbey

Another standout show where the fashion became as intriguing to watch as the plot lines is Downton Abbey. The setting of the show takes place from 1912 to 1936 and costume designers Caroline McCall and Anna Mary Scott Robbins crafted looks that flawlessly matched this Edwardian period. The jazz-age inspired costumes consisting of a common formula of flapper dresses, extravagant hats and posh gloves which were often topped with bold hats and elegant pearls. Despite the common Great Gatsby theme the costumes exuded, each character also took on their own independent style. While Lady Mary seemed to cultivate a Chanel-inspired glam look, Cora leaned toward a more exotic sophistication.

Source: Glamour

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