The most stylish TV characters of all time
Lucille Ball as Lucy and Desi Arnaz and Ricky on I Love Lucy, circa 1955.
One of most well-known TV stars in history, Lucille Ball was classic '50s-chic in shirt dresses and pearls. She managed to be goofy and relatable, all while looking sophisticated and put-together.
Marlo Thomas as Ann Marie on That Girl, 1965.
In this revolutionary sitcom starring a single woman who lived on her own, Thomas' mod outfits and signature bangs helped her character become an audience favorite.
Joan Collins as Alex Carrington on Dynasty, 1981.
Collins was the epitome of opulent glamour as the ex-wife of a tycoon in the popular '80s soap.
Christina Applegate as Kelly Bundy on Married with Children, 1987.
Mixing girl-next-door with a little bit of punky edge, Bundy was one of America's favorite characters during this show's run.
Elizabeth Berkley as Jessie Spano, Lark Voorhies as Lisa Turtle, and Tiffani Thiessan as Kelly Kapowski on Saved by the Bell, 1990.
Some incarnation of almost every '90s trend can be spotted during four seasons at Bayside High.
Karyn Parsons as Hilary Banks on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, circa 1990.
Will's spoiled but fashionable cousin had many memorable moments — both in her wardrobe choices and her actions.
Heather Locklear as Amanda Woodward on Melrose Place, 1992.
Locklear's troubled character was introduced in order to revive the struggling show's ratings. Her revealing-yet-stylish wardrobe no doubt made an impact.
The cast of Beverly Hills 90210, 1994.
This group of privileged high school students were always styled in the most current trends.
Alyssa Milano as Phoebe, Shannen Doherty as Prue, and Holly Marie Combs as Piper on Charmed, 1999.
The cult-favorite series featured three supernaturally gifted sisters — who also happened to have distinct and enviable senses of style.
Fran Drescher as Fran Fine on The Nanny, 1999.
Known for her loud, outrageous outfits — even when expecting — Drescher played an unlikely nanny who becomes part of the family.