Fall 2018 TV Characters with Great Style

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Fashion Reverie curates articles for those who love great fashion. And great fashion even pops up in some fall 2018 television characters. As we transition to colder temperatures and holiday mirth, some of our favorite television characters can provide inspiration for great fashion; kudos to these shows’ great costume designers. Thanks to these wardrobe artists’ great tastes, there are some fall 2018 TV series’ clothing closets Fashion Reverie would love to ravage!Fashion Reverie has rounded up a few fashionable television characters with our picks ranging from classic style to cutting edge.

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“Claws’” Desna Simms

Desna Simms (Niecy Nash) can sort of grow on you. Niecy Nash plays her character confidently with appropriate fashion choices that parallel her character—especially her bodycon dresses. (Remember, her style is urban glam with an emphasis on showing off the curves.) Her ample curves perfectly parallel with statement accessories and colorful “ claws.”

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“The Crown’s” Princess Margaret

Poised, elegantly royal, yet fashion forward! Even though her personal life is usually falling apart, her outfits are always perfectly put together. Princess Margaret might be a bit too risqué for Buckingham Palace’s taste but she sure leaves an impression on London’s bohemian scene.

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Cast of “The Bold Type”

For those that aren’t familiar with “The Bold Type,” this show was inspired by the life of former Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles. It would be unfortunate if “The Bold Type” characters didn’t dress the part. That said: the show delivers, particularly when it comes to the fashion! From classic to sophisticated, to sporty glamour to fashion forward ensembles, the cast is ready to be in the magazine!

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“Grand Hotel’s” GigiABC’s “Grand Hotel” is a new fall 2018 provocative drama, set in Miami and produced by Eva Longoria calls for dramatic fashion. Gigi, played by Roselyn Sanchez is playing a “second wife” who enjoys all things luxury. And this is exactly how Fashion Reverie best describes Gigi’s wardrobe.

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“Dietland’s” Kitty Montgomery

Julianna Margulies is the fierce, editor-in-chief of the Daisy Chain. This comedy series explores multiple issues women currently face which includes the problem of not being able to fit into or even own the enviable outfits of the perfectly dressed Kitty Montgomery.

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“Empire’s” Cookie Lyon

Fashion Reverie is well familiar with Empire’s fashionable cast but the one cast member that seems to impress episode after episode is Cookie Lyon, incomparably portrayed by Emmy Award–winning Taraji Henson. Her outfits, like her personality, are chic and bold, and reflect her confidence. Animal prints, flashy accessories, and luxury labels make Cookie unstoppable.

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“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

A housewife/stand-up comedian in the 1950’s with a potty mouth and flawlessly hemmed dresses, what can you say? That is Mrs. Maisel. She is an Upper West Side lady, dressed modestly but always chic, exactly the trend that is currently picking up steam in the fashion industry. Another example of how classic style can be timeless. 

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“Younger’s” Liza

There is something for everyone in”Younger.” Whether you are in your 20’s or in your 40’s and want to look younger or a bit older, there is a way! And that way is through your wardrobe. Sutton Foster learns that even a simple conversation with a tattoo artist can help you get your groove back and change your life.

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“The Fix’s” Maya Travis

“The Fix” is a new legal drama about Maya Travis played by Robin Tunney. She is a Los Angeles attorney who has suffered a defeat after prosecuting an A-list actor in a double murder case. Eight years later, she is back on the scene along with her conservative, but chic power suits. She’s come a long way since “The Craft.”

—Tijana Ibrahimovic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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