These female characters with a very inspiring look

19/10/2021

When it comes to fashion, inspiration can come from anywhere. And we’re not gonna apologize for looking for it directly in our favorite TV shows. Some female TV characters are quite rightly true fashion icons. Here is the proof.

Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City
Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City

As an essential fashion icon, Carrie Bradshaw is at the top of this list. The character played by Sarah Jessica Parker is the true essence of the fashionista constantly fed by designer clothes. You cannot find more mythical than her white tutu worn with high heels onto the streets of New York.

Jean Milburn from Sex Education
Jean Milburn from Sex Education

We’re gonna go straight to the point, Gillian Anderson’s look while playing Jean Millburn in the teen show Sex Education is incredible. Actual example of class, the look of Otis’ mother is not extravagant at all. Rather conventional and perfectly cut, Jean’s outfits are incredibly chic in an almost bohemian style. Blue, ocher, green, shirts, kimonos, dresses and jumpsuits constitute most of Jean’s wardrobe. Concretely, Jean Milburn makes us want to steal her clothes and become a chic and trendy mom like her!

Olivia Pope from Scandal
Olivia Pope from Scandal

Class, did you say class? Kerry Washington interpreting Olivia Pope is the definition of class. With a fashion style in total opposition with Carrie or Jean, Olivia Pope is a business woman. Someone who is used to wearing chic suits and perfectly cut dresses. For Olivia Pope, it’s the fabric that counts. Needless to say that her dressing is a total reflection of her social status. Strong-willed woman evolving in the political sphere, she cannot make a fashion faux pas. Sobriety and elegance are required.

Jules from Euphoria
Jules from Euphoria

We’re making a total change of direction with the radiant Jules from Euphoria. Sam Levinson’s teen show plays with fashion et Jules’ character (Hunter Schaffer) is one of its representatives. Jules is freedom. Freedom of being, freedom of dressing however she likes and of playing with the conventions. She likes pastel colors and playing with superpositions. Her fashion style is sharp and her outfit always has a touch of color. And to complete her look, Jules is used to wearing daring, colorful and sparkling makeups. A delight.

Emily from Emily in Paris
Emily from Emily in Paris

Emily’s look in Emily in Paris is not to everyone's liking. Lily Collins’ character is passionate about fashion and it shows. But it is fashion in all its splendour, we’re not talking here about original creations or some kind of high fashion which could almost be considered as an alternating current, no. Emily is the American caricature of someone who works in fashion and only wears designer clothes. Emily’s look is simple: the more coordinated it is, the better.

Villanelle from Killing Eve
Villanelle from Killing Eve

We’re ending this brief overview of female TV characters with a very inspiring look with Villannelle. Jodie Comer’s character from Killing Eve became in a few years a true reference in terms of fashion. If she’s able to kill in cold blood, Villanelle has expensive tastes and likes nice things. She is most known for her iconic look made with a pink tulle dress and biker shoes. A picture engraved into every fashionista’s memory no less!

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