• From Lucille Ball to ‘Big Little Lies' Ladies: 16 Biggest Style Icons in TV Series History

    4 monthes ago - By The Wrap

    “I Love Lucy,” Polka Dotted As one of the first sitcoms on television, “I Love Lucy” became an enduring hallmark of the '50s. And even though the show was televised n black-and-white, Lucy's architectural silhouettes and loud patterns, such as her trademark polka dot house dress, still seemed to pop out of the screen.
    “The Golden Girls,” Dorothy's Suit Dress Dorothy and Blanche clash wonderfully not only in personality, but in style as well. Dorothy's turquoise, crushed velvet tuxedo dress provides a sartorial foil to Blanche's sequined, fiery dress.
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