Why tv/movie characters are my fashion role models

If you look around you on an ordinary day, people simply don’t dress well.  I don’t live in New York City or somewhere glamorous, so maybe I’m harsh.. but go to Wal Mart and people watch, then get back to me.  Since “real life people” are such a let down, I turn to television/movie characters for inspiration:

Charlotte York: Sex and the City

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Many SATC fans turn to Carrie Bradshaw for style inspiration, but the true style goddess is Charlotte York.  Her flawless presentation and elegant clothing is like a Jackie O, yet so modern day.

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Blair Waldorf: Gossip Girl

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Also known as “My Queen”, Blair Waldorf is the inspiration for this blog.  She is the reason I wear headbands and pearls.  She is so sophisticated, classy, and high end that it’s difficult not to want to be her, or want her.. how Chuck resisted for so long is beyond me.

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Cher: Clueless

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My love for knee socks dates back to 1995, all thanks to Cher..  Okay, I would have only been 1, but you get my point.  I love how confidently she always struts in the most traditional prep wear.  17 years may have passed, but I would still dress like her.

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Marianne Bryant: Easy A

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Before Amanda went (twitter) crazy, she played the holy Christian.  Irony?  Maybe.  In real life I would never admire her style though.. unless we go back to her circa 2005. This just further proves my point that tv/movie characters are better.

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Which tv/move characters are your fashion role models?

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