In-between the years 2000 and 2007, our daily binge-loving routine has been peppered with the quite mundane adventures of the most famous of all mom + daughter couplings, the ever-famous stars of Gilmore Girls. For reason that are hard to both explain and understand, this show has stolen most hearts.
As it normally goes, it’s the work of the stylist that catches our attention. And, in the case of Gilmore Girls, what we find in front of our eyes it’s a wardrobe that has hardly any important revolution from the year 2000. However, this early ’00s spirit kind of fits the sceneries and the stories. Whether the pieces are questionable or not, that is another topic.
Let’s take a look at the impossible way in which Gilmore Girls make the 2000s looks work, in a way. Sometimes.
The school uniforms
Somewhere between the nymphette style and the preppy gal outfits, there are Gilmore Girls school uniforms. We must say: that skirt is lovely.
The questionable double-sleeved t-shirt
Everybody (almost everybody?) loved Jesse, but I can say with 100% certainty that nobody loved the double-sleeves outfit. Not to mention: brown and black.
What’s with the hippie vibe?
Of course you do, Lorelai, with that bandana and tie dye shirt. But let’s be honest: could anyone else vaguely pull it off?
Bring back the headbands
Ok, maybe headbands are not the most stylish of accessories, but do you remember how comfortable they are?
Digging this turtleneck
The coupling turtleneck + blunt bob is what our 70s-themed dreams are made of.
Mom & daughter style mash
Is it 90s? Is it 2000s? Is in an unhealthy obsession for low-waist trousers? We shall never know.