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StyleBistro Awards 2012: Cast Your Vote for the Best TV Character Style


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We’ve already polled you guys for your favorite color cosmetics and best dressed celebrity couples, and we’re wrapping up the first day of StyleBistro Awards with a super-fun category: best-dressed character on TV! Check out these stylish fictional nominees below and vote for your favorite! Winners will be announced on August 21st.

Dianna Agron “Quinn Fabray” on Glee: Quinn started out as the mean girl in season one of Glee, and her wardrobe never strayed from the William McKinley cheerleader uniform. But now that she’s been booted from the squad, had a baby, and lost her high school sweetheart to Rachel (Lea Michele), Quinn’s been forced to grow up—fast. Now, she’s a pretty prep in fitted lady-like sundresses, cropped cardigans, and the occasional headband or hat.

Leighton Meester “Blair Waldorf” on Gossip Girl: Queen B has been the style queen on GG since day one. Chunky necklaces, expensive handbags, and overly-bedazzled headbands have become her signature accessories—they go well with her usual pout-scowl. More recently, she’s grown into super structured cocktail night moves long dresses online and gowns—but that shouldn’t be a surprise considering she was a real princess for, oh, half a season.

The women of Mad Men (Christina Hendricks, Elizabeth Moss, January Jones, Jessica Paré): Thanks to Mad Men there’s been a huge retro revival in the past few years. These characters epitomize housewives and working women in the early 60s with their structured silhouettes, big buttons, and most importantly, super-stylized big hair (beehive, anyone?).

Shay Mitchell “Emily” on Pretty Little Liars: Pretty Little Liars has spawned a cult-like following—and not just for its twisty-turny plot line. Each of the girls have her own unique style, and Emily is by far the most laid back. Opting for cropped vests, loose graphic tees, and the occasional fedora, Emily makes chilled-out chic covetable.

Meghan Markle “Rachel Zane” on Suits: Oh Suits how we love thee. When we’re not busy staring at Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Mike (Patrick J. Adams) on the show, we’re busy admiring Rachel’s perfectly put together workwear. But seriously, it’s like she stepped straight out of Zara, Ann Taylor, and Banana Republic advertisements. Keeping to the law-office dress-code, Rachel often sports striking silhouettes, subdued neutrals, and thick office-appropriate fabrics like wool and tweed.

Ashley Madekwe “Ashley Davenport” on Revenge: As a social climber in the Hamptons’ inner circle (and a backstabbing b*** to boot!) Ashley sticks to sleek cocktail wear and expensive-looking dresses. Her hair is always curled, and her makeup perfect and precise.

Zooey Deschanel as “Jess” on New Girl: Jess’s night moves short dresses for sale sense is as adorkable as her character on the show. Often wearing simple staple items—like everyday full-skirt dresses, color-blocked cardigans, maybe even peter-pan collars—Jess loves her basics with just a touch of femininity.

Emilia Clarke “Daenerys Targaryen” on Game of Thrones: Daenerys is one of the most badass BAMF’s around, and her wardrobe reflects that. Ripped up corsets, chain-mail armor, and draped dresses—the Queen of the Dragons owns her warrior princess persona. And while her wardrobe is incredible, her hair is even more amazing with braids intertwined every-which-way each new episode.

Kristin Bauer van Straten “Pam De Beaufort” on True Blood: Pam won us over in the first season when she kvetched about running through the dirt in her Prada heels. She’s most definitely the style star in Bon Temps, with her revealing necklines, tight-fitting minis, and juicy (not Walmart) jumpsuits. She’s also a serious makeup maniac (remember when Marni cast a spell and made her face rot? She was one very unhappy vamp).

Jaime King “Lemon Breeland” on Hart of Dixie: The epitome of a southern belle, Lemon styles her curled blonde locks with ladylike night moves dresses on sale http://www.nightmovespromdressessale.com/ , perfectly crisp blouses, and of course, the occasional pearl. She does have some tricks up her sleeve, though, with sparkly cardigans and large bows.

The Crawley sisters (Michelle Dockery, Jessica Brown Findlay, and Laura Carmichael) on Downton Abbey: Serious Anglo-mania has taken pop culture the past few years, and Downton Abbey is, partially, to blame. The regal Edwardian-era gowns are drool-worthy—and the Crawley sisters take period drama dress to a whole new level. Fine lace, delicate beading, and luscious velvet are regular wears for these lovely ladies.

Laura Mennell “Nina Theroux” from Alphas: Nina is a woman with smarts and superpowers, who can bend anyone’s will to be her own (hello, best superpower ever). She emphasizes that power with sharp and striking night moves long dresses on sale http://www.nightmovespromdressessale.com/night-moves-prom-long-c-1.html , like the Victoria Beckham frock, above. We know one thing: we wouldn’t want to get in the way of her or her clothes.

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