Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lance blush short sleeve sweater
So I’m a little scared to write about Arrow fashion because comic book fans can be a little crazy.
And believe me. I know crazy.
Already, Arrow had to reshoot its costume, because Green Arrow fans questioned the authenticity of the CW’s version of Arrow. And apparently, people have a hard time seeing a good guy in a hoodie. (sorry American Apparel.)
Still, if there’s one thing I like it’s pretty people in prettier clothes. So Arrow was practically created for Possessionista. (and also, I’m sort of a nerd when it comes to comic book spinoffs. I’m a nerd about other things too, but for all the sake of this blog post, we’ll just stick to the comic book aspect of my nerdiness.)
Also, tt also doesn’t hurt that Arrow’s costume designer is Maya Mani, who dressed the pilots for Secret Circle and Pretty Little Liars. So she knows a thing or two about dressing really pretty people in really pretty clothes.
So, I’m ready for the diehard comic book fans who may swear that Laurel Lance wouldn’t wear that striped sweater or that Thea Queen is too rich to shop at Bebe. (They’re not wrong about that one, actually.)
And also, my closet is stocked with hoodies. So bring it on.
Did you watch Arrow? What did you think. Let me know if you’ll be watching and whose Arrow style you like more: Thea or Laurel. Or Oliver Queen without his shirt.
Yeah, me too.
Missed the Arrow Pilot style? Check it out.
Laurel’s striped top on Arrow
Willa Holland / Thea Queen blue one shoulder dress on Arrow