Sitcoms have always been well-received amongst all age-groups for their comical aspect. Today, Pooja Bansal shows you the various fashion trends that characters from these shows are popular for.
You cannot have enough of those humorous episodes of your favourite sitcoms. But apart from the comedy, these shows have proven to be fashion guide for lot many out there.
The Credit Goes To All These Sitcom Actresses Whose Styles Were Followed By Million People Across The Globe
Jennifer Aniston (Rachel Green) from F.R.I.E.N.D.S
Throughout the 10 seasons, F.R.I.R.N.D.S’s sitcom actress Jennifer Aniston set fashion goals for the women out there. Rachel Green is the greatest fashion icons of the ‘90s and it was justified since she worked in the fashion industry. The flippy layered haircut, better known as “The Rachel” haircut was every second woman’s favourite. Aniston’s wardrobe for the show kicked off with mock turtlenecks, woven and cropped blouses, denim vests and knee-high boots with mini-skirts. In later stages, Rachel made neutral coloured suits look somewhere between business professional and business casual. Her tartan pajamas and oversized sweatshirts are the best casuals ever.
Cobie Smulders (Robin Scherbatsky) from How I Met Your Mother
Cobie Smulders gave every actress and reporter a run for their money with her fashion-savvy looks as Robin Scherbatsky. On a daily basis, Robin donned the professional outfits with a spice of sexy to them. She was seen more often than not in slinky camis, fitted skirts and plunging necklines. Coloured tops, light blazers and pencil skirts only added to her charm. She used minimal accessories in the form of delicate bracelets supporting her hometown hockey team, sparkle nail polish and a pave bow ring. Her hair was left down and straight for most of the seasons, giving her face an attractive appeal.
Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay) from F.R.I.E.N.D.S
Lisa Kudrow’s character Phoebe Buffay is one of the most underrated characters when it comes to fashion chops due to her unconventional style. Her whimsical outfits are catchy and enhance her quirkiness. Her typical dress is a maxi with cardigan or jacket, a tot bag and piles of jewelry. Phoebe carries the Bohemian look with a lot of ease that comprises of bell bottoms, chunky shoes and knitted vests. She wears denim vests and chambray shirts like Rachel in early seasons and later moves towards colourful tights and simple headbands. One of the most notable features of her character is the variety of hairstyles she uses. Her long blonde hair make twisted playfully make a great sight.
Alyson Hannigan (Lily Aldrin) from How I Met Your Mother
Lily Aldrin played by Alyson Hannigan is a shopping addict with a debt the size of a mountain. Thus being a fashion expert comes naturally to her. She is seen carrying bright coloured and patterned tops and dresses paired with slouchy sweaters and knee-high boots. Lily experimented with her red locks from time to time and even adopted a Goth look during her college years. Pullovers with striped tanks and sexy platform boots formed her daily wear.
Kaley Cuoco (Penny) from The Big Bang Theory
Kaley Cuoco as Penny plays the girl next door and dresses accordingly. With her beach-babe look, she rocks the bright shirts innovatively. She wears lots of casual denim and floral tops. Her denim cut-offs Rainbow sandals, cheery blouses and soft cardigans with shorts and flat sandals or dark boot cut jeans and fun wedges are every girl’s dream. Even her Cheesecake Factory uniform of yellow vest over white shirt with the green skirt is eye-catching.
After this short trip of nostalgia, it only seems fit to go raid the stores and old boxes and build yourself an outfit that makes you look like your favourite sitcom actress.