20 Fashion Lessons Every Woman Can Learn From Pretty Little Liars
Through all seven seasons, there isn't much we we haven't seen on Pretty Little Liars: characters coming back from the dead, long-lost siblings plotting revenge, dreams you think are dreams but aren't dreams at all, etc. But one thing that always had us coming back for more? All the amazing outfits, which typically showed us new ways to rock old items and embrace different trends.
We've learned a lot from these ladies over the years, so we've rounded up a few of their greatest fashion lessons for a quick refresher. Read on to check 'em all out.
Don't Be Afraid to Pile On the Accessories
More is more, especially in Aria's book.
Or Add Bright Pops of Color to Your Look
A Blazer and a Button-Down Will Always Be a Timeless — and Effortless! — Pairing
Sequins and Sparkle Aren't Just For Nighttime
Large Crossbody Bags Aren't Just Cute — They're Also Practical
They can hold a lot of stuff and you can run with them.
Mix Up Your Outerwear by Trying Out Statement-Making Styles
Like cape coats!
Mixing Prints Doesn't Have to Be Cheesy — as Long as You Follow Some Basic Rules
Make sure they're the same scale or color scheme.
Dare to Revisit Old Trends
Embrace the '90s like Aria did with Dr. Martens and a plaid skirt.
Opt For a Wedding Dress That Shows Off Your Specific Personality
Even though this was just for a fashion show, each girl's look perfectly suited their signature style.
An Oversize Sweater and Boyfriend Jeans Make an Easy, Comfy, and Cute Outfit Combination
Varsity Jackets Don't Have to Be Preppy — Especially If They Have Leather Sleeves
Add Something Extra to a Simple Look With a Bandana or Neck Scarf
At Group Events, It's OK to Coordinate With Your Crew
Instead of a Full Ball Gown, Try a 2-Piece Set
Aria's crop top and maxi skirt made her look stand out in the crowd.
Balance Out a Quirky Print by Pairing That Piece With Solids
Make a Subtle Statement at a Wedding by Adding Metallic Shoes
A Denim Jacket Will Give a Trendy Twist to Any Look
Don't Be Afraid to Switch Things up With a Colorful Pair of Jeans
Or Skip the Jeans Altogether and Try Out a Denim Dress
It's OK to Kick Back in Sweatpants and Slippers
Especially after a traumatic experience.