Fall’s Stars With Style

This season, television is full of wisdom from some very funny, very complicated, and very talented women who also happen to have killer fashion sense. Out of Fall’s welcome surfeit of female stars, a few stand out with their own unique style that we try our best to emulate. This season, three stars deserve a little recognition for their ability to bring their individual, rocking sense of style to the small screen and to inspire us all.

Zooey Deschanel as Jess in  “New Girl

Anyone who watches “New Girl” knows that Zooey Deschanel has mastered the edgy, cute, thrift-shop-chic look that millions adore. Some tips to emulating her style: stay away from neutrals and don’t be afraid of a pattern or two! Jess’s wardrobe is all about rich, saturated colors and unique patterns. The “trick” of her style trade? She knows how to incorporate patterns without allowing them to overpower the rest of her look. Another key to capturing this look: try wearing flouncy, short skirts and dresses along with colorful ballet flats.

Lea Michelle as Rachel Berry in “Glee

Rachel Berry is known for her iconic geek-chic style on Glee, but this season a new life in a new city also means a brand new wardrobe. Berry is upping the style-factor of her Glee season 4 outfits for her New York “über-fashionable” home-base. The fun berets and cute skirts from seasons past still make an appearance or two, but Berry manages to turn it up and show off a much more sexy and fashion-savvy side—that we sense she’s had in her all along.

Christina Hendricks as Joan Harris in “Mad Men”

Christina Hendricks, with her enviable curves, adds smoldering sex appeal to whatever role she portrays, and her Mad Men character Joan Harris certainly does exactly that. The flawlessly groomed queen bee of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce has an effortlessly glamorous style combined with a powerful personality that makes men want to be with her and women want to raid her closet. Regardless of your body type, Harris’ sexy yet sophisticated 1950s/early 1960s fashion style can easily be achieved by sticking to figure-hugging, knee-length pencil skirts, solid jewel colors, a statement necklace and a simple yet striking red lip.

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