Younger’s 10 Most Iconic Fashion Moments

  
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TVLand’s hit series Younger has arguably one of the most lust-worthy wardrobes currently on television. The show is directed by the producer of Sex and the City and has been coined the modern day version of the show with it’s bustling setting in New York city, empowering female leads and focus on the world of publishing. Although the series showcases outfits that may not be appropriate for the average corporate workplace, we love their millennial twist on business casual and have found ourselves fawning over the trendy statement jewelry, sky high stiletto heels and bold patterned dresses. Follow along for 10 of our all-time favorite style moments from the four seasons released of TVLand’s Younger:

10. Pom pom chic

Liza’s (Sutton Foster) winter layering is definitely fashion-forward and her cozy accessories like this azure pom pom tuque prove to be just as chic! Although a pom pom hat may initially seem juvenile, 40-year old Liza (who is fabricating her life as a 26-year old) totally pulls it off. With this look, she proves that no matter your age you’re never to old to rock a classic pom pom hat. Her key to his look is that the blue detailing of her tweed coat ties in perfectly with the hat, which makes the hat look intentional and stylish.

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9. Skin bearing office chic

Younger has definitely revolutionized office attire with the extravagant looks Kelsey (Hilary Duff) and Liza come up with! They’ve transformed the stuffy, neutral office attire into a completely new version of corporate chic and have shown they aren’t afraid of bearing a little skin in the worplace. Although many office environments may not be as forward-thinking as the fictional world of Empirical publishing, it’s definitely entertaining and inspiring to watch the girls pull up to work in off the shoulder tops and belly-bearing cropped blouses like in this photo.

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