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EW.com says: Brady's look changed considerably during the series, which ran from 1969-1974. Robert Reed may have objected to the show's thin story lines, but he didn't seem to mind making the transformation from a clean-cut widower to a groovy afro'd dad with a penchant for wide collars and mod prints.
InStyle.com says: The Brady patriarch stood out in everything from pinstripes to paisley — and that's no small feat in a family of eight!
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EW.com says: Nathan Fillion became a bona fide leading man when Castle hit the airwaves, playing an author — and father to a teenage daughter — with great taste in bespoke clothing. But thanks to the show's flashback scenes and costume moments, we still get to see him geek out.
InStyle.com says: And his costumes were practical, too! His black-on-black ensembles (and his partner Kate Beckett's scene-stealing coats) help the researching novelist slip into the back of a crime scene when needed.
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EW.com says: Like the premise of the show itself, art imitated life when it came to Ricky Ricardo's wardrobe. Many of the bandleader's broad-shouldered suit jackets, straw hats and ruffle-sleeved shirts could have come straight out of Desi Arnaz's own closet.
InStyle.com says: It goes without saying that we loved Lucy's style, but Ricky took fashion seriously, too! His big-band costumes peppered the show with exotic color — even on a black-and-white screen.
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EW.com says: Costume designer Rita Riggs created polished looks for the diminutive dry-cleaning tycoon using three-piece suits from Botany 500, fresh flower boutonnieres, and pinned collars, but it was Jefferson's signature swagger that provided the finishing touch to every ensemble.
InStyle.com says: Even off screen, no one worked a bow tie quite like Sherman Hemsley.
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EW.com says: ''Ay-oh! Oh-ay!'' The ex-pro baseball player may have been a little rough around the edges but he sure cleaned up nice, especially on those nights when he traded his tight-in-all-the-right-places jeans for a tuxedo in order to serve as Angela's escort.
InStyle.com says: And frankly, with the ever-stylish Alyssa Milano for an onscreen daughter — working cool denim jackets and of-the-moment overalls — how could Tony not be on top of his style game?
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EW.com says: We may question his past, his parenting skills and his taste in women, but when it comes to style, Draper is above reproach. His classic '60s look is über-masculine — we'll just pretend that plaid sports jacket from season 5 never happened.
InStyle.com says: Even when he was just eating breakfast in an old robe, Don managed to look good — especially when he was sitting next to his budding fashionista daughter, Sally. What could be cuter than a father and daughter in matching button-down PJ's?
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EW.com says: The Kabletown exec is always turned out from top to tails. Among his musings on executive style: ''Your hair is your head suit'' and, in reference to his penchant for wearing tuxedos, ''It's after six. What am I, a farmer?''
InStyle.com says: His crowning accessory to his daytime look? The striped tie he pairs with his countless power suits.
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EW.com says: Balancing life as a family man and a member of la famiglia took its toll on Tony, which could account for his love of leisurewear. From his Nat Nast bowling shirts to his velour track suits, Soprano's style was pure off-duty crime boss.
InStyle.com says: Not that he never managed to dress himself up. The New Jersey Godfather had quite a few crisp suits and camel overcoats, not to mention designer watches — classic suburban businessman chic.
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EW.com says: Who knew Sonny had a son of his own? Sadly, Billy only made the occasional appearance, which means we never got to see a dad and lad Versace suit moment.
InStyle.com says: We're all about a pretty pastel, so we couldn't get enough of Sonny's summer-ready wardrobe of countless white suits and pale-colored blazers.
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EW.com says: TV's studliest single dad only had two sets of clothes. To save money on production costs and help with continuity, Lorne Greene and his costars often wore the same outfits throughout the entire series. Ben's signature look included flair like a tan leather vest and green neckerchief — and he worked it.
InStyle.com says: With a structured cowboy hat and a sly smile, he was practically the Clint Eastwood of television — which is to say all-around irresistible, from head to toe.