Fall TV's Most Stylish Characters
Jess Day (Zooey Deschanel) on New Girl
If ratings are any indication, America loves Jess — and we love her quirky adorable collection of colorful dresses and boldly clashing flats.
Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) on Revenge
When you have a show set in the Hamptons, the clothes better be topnotch. And on this soap, it's not just star Emily VanCamp but her friends and foes who deliver our favorite fashion fix on a weekly basis.
Bridget Kelly/Siobhan Martin (Sarah Michelle Gellar) on Ringer
Sarah Michelle Gellar's return to the small screen got us to tune in, but it's her gilded Park Avenue wardrobe (times two!) that keeps us coming back. (Bonus points for what has to be the best eye makeup on TV.)
The Ladies of Pan Am
While their iconic uniforms got all the attention heading into the season, we watch for the moments when the ladies step off the planes and into their seriously stylish '60s garb.
Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss) on Glee
We couldn't imagine that anything would be more charming than his trademark Warblers uniform. We were wrong. Expect to see Blaine-inspired ensembles of polo shirts and bowties at coffee shops and in choir rooms everywhere come spring.
Reagan Brinkley (Christina Applegate) on Up All Night
Reagan's version of office casual (but not office boring) is one that any working mom would covet.
Sutton/Emma (Alexandra Chando) on The Lying Game
Much like its network doppelgänger Ringer, The Lying Game gives us a set of place-switching twins — with a wardrobe worth lying, cheating, and scheming over.
Serena van der Woodsen (Blake Lively) on Gossip Girl
The show may have slipped off our must-DVR list, but Serena's eclectic chic style remains hot as ever.
Ben Epstein (Bryan Greenberg) on How to Make it in America
When you play a fashion designer you better look sharp. And the always hustling Ben Epstein always does.
Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson) on Hart of Dixie
We're not sure what's more implausible: listening to Rachel Bilson deliver paragraphs of medical jargon as doe-eyed, Manhattan-trained surgeon Zoe Hart, or watching her traipse around the small Southern town Bluebell in teensy leather shorts and towering Alexander Wang heels. And yet, we can't get enough.
Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski) on Chuck
As Chuck enters its final season we can tell you what we're going to miss most: this super agent's seemingly infinite closet of kick-ass cocktail dresses.
Fauxlivia (Anna Torv) on Fringe
While Over-There Olivia may not have won over Fringe fans yet, we have to admit that no one rocks a leather jacket — or full bangs — quite like her.
Renee Perry (Vanessa Williams) on Desperate Housewives
Eva Longoria's Gaby Solis has long been the fashion plate on the show, but this season it's Vanessa Williams' Renee who's bringing city sophistication to the suburbs (well, most of the time).
Naomi Clark (Annalynne McCord) on 90210
Sure, her story line this season — making over a down-and-out sorority — is a bit of a rip off, erm, homage to House Bunny, but her SoCal, so cool style is singularly Naomi Clark.
Caroline Channing (Beth Behrs) on 2 Broke Girls
There are many reasons we love this show. But watching Caroline reinvent totally new outfits out of the same few pieces (how many times can she wear those Goodwill shorts?!) is certainly one of them.