Which ‘Girls’ Star’s Style Do You Want to Steal?
And with Girls’ big wins at the Golden Globes and the premiere of its second season last night, its leading ladies are sure to be getting lot’s of play time on the red carpet in the months (and years, we hope!) to come.
To celebrate the show’s Golden Globes wins and new season, we’re breaking down the cast of Girls’ red carpet style. Then it’s your turn to weigh in on the star whose off-screen style you’d steal.
Like their characters on the show, each of the show’s leading ladies has a unique personal style and look that they’ve honed, but not ditched, since becoming red carpet regulars.
While Williams has experimented more with her style during the last year (and gotten some flack for her recent “Hollywood makeover”), she tends to stick to classic silhouettes with preppy underpinnings.
Dunham, on the other hand, has an edgier downtown style that’s a little bit grunge and a little bit hipster mixed with a touch of tomboy. However, she’s stepped up her style, even experimenting with more fashion-forward looks and big-name designers, for her recent big red carpet moments.
The show’s creator and star rocked a strapless Valentino jumpsuit to the show’s official premiere in New York City last week, where she talked about moving outside her fashion comfort zone.
“I didn’t think I could get away with [wearing it] because jumpsuit seems like such a dirty word,” Dunham told PEOPLE. “But people are acting like it’s a normal thing to do, so I’m just rolling with it.”
Channeling a more modern, minimalist vibe, Zosia Mamet (aka Shapiro) gravitates toward menswear-inspired styles and lot’s of black. Mamet’s style opposite, Jemima Kirke rocks a more urban-bohemian style that isn’t too different from her character Jessa. The new mom opts for long, breezier styles on the red carpet and hippie-inspired accessories.
Check out our gallery for a closer look at the stars of Girls’ red carpet style. Then share which Girls’ star’s style you’d steal below.
Catch up on more Girls’ style news in the video below.
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