In a word? A-Mah-zing
The feel good comedy is not only big on laughs. It’s also big on great fashion. With three gorgeous leading ladies, there’s bound to be some Happy Endings style that will resonate with you.
As Alex, Elisha Cuthbert’s Happy Endings style is a mix of boho chic and girly style As the flighty boutique owner, Alex’s wardrobe is full of Free People sweaters, blouses from Zara and on trend denim. Her free spirit ranges from fitted blazers by Elizabeth and James to vintage linen tunics and handmade headbands.
As Alex’s sister Jane, Eliza Coupe plays a Type-A control freak. Her Happy Endings fashion is indicative of her controlling personality, in fitted pencil skirts, tucked in white blouses and dainty gold jewelry. Jane’s style on Happy Endings is often neutral tones in camels, browns and blacks, and is a great inspiration for a sophisticated work wardrobe.
The trendiest Happy Endings fashion belongs to Penny (played by Casey Wilson.) Costume designer Kerri Smith admits she loves the brand Parker. Penny’s wardrobe is a collection of ruffled, print sundresses by Parker. Bright colors. Hot brands. And on trend accessories, the curvy Penny wears fitted sweaters by Elizabeth and James, Helmut Lang, Wildfox and Splendid along with tiny accessories from Marc Jacobs and Zoe Chicco.
As relate-able as Happy Endings is, it’s fashion is also attainable. Brands like Steve Madden, Zara, H&M and Urban Outfitters often make a cameo on the belly chuckle inspiring sitcom.
Want to recreate Happy Endings fashion? If you see yourself in Alex, look for open weave sweaters, loose fitting tunics, and boho inspired patterns. Think you’re more like Jane? Stick to stores like J Crew and Banana Republic. Look for structured pieces, architecturally inspired dresses and neutral colors like greys, taupes, and browns. Want to take a risk? Maybe you’re a Penny. Try out ruffled details, cut outs, and bold colors.
You’ll look A-mah-zing no matter what.