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Small screen’s big fashion moments... and how you can recreate them too!

Five fashion experts pick the best-dressed character from television and web series and decode the look

brunch Updated: Apr 27, 2019 23:57 IST
Drishti Vij
Drishti Vij
Hindustan Times
Fashion designers pick their best dressed TV characters
Fashion designers pick their best dressed TV characters

1. Tara Khanna from Made in Heaven for her polished poolside looks


“Recreate her look by wearing a lush, printed maillot or a solid-hued retro high-waisted bikini. Styled along with a statement belt, this day look can easily travel to a leisurely evening soiree. To finish the look, choose accessories like a printed tote and a headband to complement the overall getaway vibe.”

—Shivan Bhatia from Shivan & Narresh

2. Miriam Maisel from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel for her Upper West style from 1950s


“Sport the most swoon-worthy fashion recreating the ’50s of Upper West Side, New York. One could recreate her look by trying swing dresses, coats and candy-colour capri pants matched with pussy-bow tops and lots of colour-blocking in rich colours and statement lips.”

—Rimzim Dadu

 3. Carrie Bradshaw from Sex and the City for mixing high and low fashion


“Breaking boundaries through your clothes is the most fun part about her style. You could pick something vintage from your grandmother’s closet like a sari and wear it with a white shirt.”

—Nachiket Barve

 4. Mary and Sybil Crawley from Downton Abbey for their grand Edwardian style


“Mary’s style can be recreated through her sublime flapper bob, bow-neck blouses, lace details and beaded gowns. Her sister Sybil wore harem pants for one of her outings, which was so fashion forward and avant-garde yet it was described as ghastly by the whole family. They serve as great inspiration to recreate contemporary looks from the Edwardian era.” 

—Rina Singh 

5. Umang Singh from Four More Shots  for her unconventional style


“Do not worry about your body type when recreating her looks. Go for layers and drapes and be confident! The idea is to mix and match fashion cultures like traditional with contemporary, chic with grunge and even wear something as simple as a T-shirt with confidence.”

Resham Karamchandani 

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First Published: Apr 27, 2019 21:20 IST

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