Summer's over and the rainy season's starting to kick in. You know what sounds like a good idea on a cold showery night other than pancit canton and a can of Coke? A six-hour TV series marathon! Here, we list down ten of our favorites with the most memorable wardrobe we just can't seem to get over with even past their airdate.
It’s 80s luxe on steroids. Think shiny, embellished, and padded on the shoulders!
From the immortalization of "The Rachel" haircut to the revival of dungarees (there's obviously more to it, natch), Friends became a classic on-screen favorite.
Sex and the City (1998-2014)
There have been many stylish female leads on television, but no one quite like Carrie Bradshaw. Remember how she pulled off her signature tutu skirt, that red polka dot dress and that oversized floral brooch? We’re not ones to forget standout style moments. Also, pinstripes are back!
Mad Men (2007-2015)
The series’ most dapper gent, Don Draper, has become nothing short of an icon during Mad Men’s eight-year run. From his tight-fitted grey suits to his casual plaid flannels—we have to give it to the guy—he nailed ‘em all.
Gossip Girl (2007-2012)
Other than the scandals, petty squabbles and all things glorious about the Upper East Side, what we really miss the most in Gossip Girl are Blair Waldorf’s and Serena van der Woodsen’s wardrobes. (And of course, Chuck Bass.)
Downton Abbey (2010-Present)
Downton Abbey’s regal costumes were more than enough reason to keep the show going for six whole seasons. It’s like witnessing a fashion show from the 20s—complete with pretty headbands, flapper dresses, long necklaces and cloche hats.
Leading the pack of “gladiators in suits” is their #ladyboss Olivia Pope, a high-power political fixer whose wardrobe ranges from Burberry trench coats to Armani pantsuits while toting around her Prada Saffiano.
The show has changed every man’s suit game forever. Now, here’s a question every guy needs to ask himself whenever he’s contemplating which tie to go for: What would Harvey Specter do?
Game of Thrones (2011-Present)
We may have different feelings about who lives and who dies, but at least in this we should all agree—Game of Thrones has done a superb job as far as wardrobe is concerned. You can almost tell which part of Westeros they’re from based on their costumes.
Having wrapped up its first season, we can’t wait to see more of Cookie Lyon’s animal-printed bodycons, Valentino Rockstuds, and hoochy hoop earrings. Only she can make ratchet look cla$$y.