50 TV Shows That Changed the Way We Dress
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If you weren't referring to fashion decisions as "major" and going "bananas" for oversize shades and '70s-inspired platform heels and caftans, then you weren't on team Zoe.
Though we'll never understand how Ginger got a wardrobe of that size on a desert island (or brought that much clothing along for a three-hour tour), it was really Mary Ann's girl-next-door gear we were after.
I Dream of Jeannie:
Somebody was really ahead of
the crop top trend
The Simple Life:
Trucker hats, rocker tees, velour track suits —
looking back it wasn't pretty
, but at the time we wanted it all.
The Rachel Zoe Project
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