Television has provided viewers with tears, laughter and even beauty and fashion inspiration. While Seinfeld‘s Elaine didn’t quite make the list for her tapered jeans, read below for the small screen trends that did.
It all started when Farrah Fawcett appeared on the hit ’70s TV show Charlie’s Angels. Her feathered, voluminous hair, which many women requested at their salons, has come to epitomize the fabulous decade. While Fawcett is sadly battling the final stages of cancer, her legacy lives on.
While Sex and the City introduced a countless number of fashion trends, Carrie Bradshaw‘s signature nameplate necklace stands out as one of my favorites. This necklace is one that can be worn while you’re dressed up, going to class or even to the gym. You can even make your own here.
Though Lauren Conrad‘s fashion line is unquestionably dull, The Hills‘ star never fails to impress when it comes to her hair. Conrad’s braided hairstyles have been spotted all over campus this spring, giving girls a beautifully boho look. The best thing about this trend — it doesn’t cost anything.
You might be surprised to see Ugly Betty’s Betty Suarez on the list, but her fashionable frames made her an obvious choice. The rest of Betty’s wardrobe could use a little work, but her glasses, more “geek-chic” than “four-eyes” help anyone with poor vision wear their specs proudly.
— Yoonie Yang