Beyond the colorful foliage, pumpkin spice lattes, and sweater weather, I think one of the biggest perks of the fall season is new TV! Although I’m not the biggest TV fan, I do enjoy checking out some of the new seasons for not only their plots, but also for their characters’ outfits! I’ve founded up five of my favorite leading ladies, not only for their talent, but for their style, as well.
Olivia Pope of Scandal: In a sea of black, grey and navy, Olivia (Kerry Washington) stands out in chic pastels and Louboutins. Her style has been recognized by the likes of Vogue and The Limited even created a collection completed inspired by the ladies of Scandal.
Mindy Lahiri of The Mindy Project: Although Mindy (Mindy Kaling) usually finds herself in a “hot mess” her style is quite the opposite. From bold evening dress and prints, to impractical heels in the office, Mindy never disappoints in both comedy and her attire.
Jessica Day of New Girl: It’s safe to say that Jess’ (Zooey Deschanel) quirky personality and style go hand-in-hand. Her flirty feminine dresses and nerdy-chic glasses are the epitome of the girl-next-door style.
Annalise Keating of How to Get Away with Murder: Both fearless in the courtroom and the classroom, Annalise (Viola Davis) is smart, intelligent and sexy. Her style is the epitome of chic office attire: classic and confident, with just a little bit of edge.
Eliza Dooley of Selfie: Eliza (Karen Gillan) is finding her way through life, one selfie at a time. To keep up with the social media hype, her looks are fabulous and over-the-top and look great in any Instagram filter.
Besides the beautiful clothing and drool-worthy accessories, another essential for enjoying these shows is a high quality TV. I recently had a chance to check out LG’s OLED TV at a product demonstration in the Westin Hotel in Copley Square, and this is definitely a TV you’d want to have for all of your prime-time shows and Netflix marathons. OLED TV is a major breakthrough in display technology that offers stunning picture quality, more accurate colors, and vibrant images that really pop. OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode, which describes the material that creates the unique light source in next-generation TVs. By eliminating the need for a black light, OLED offers an incomparable picture quality and design potential to conventional LCD TVs.
The coolest feature of the LG OLED TV, in my opinion, was that the picture quality was superb, no matter what angle you were viewing the TV from. Whether you’re sitting front and center, or on the far end of the couch, every viewer sees the same image and color quality. No more need to worry if you’re the last one to make it to the TV room and left with the “terrible” seat. Check it out for yourself:
Do you think you’ll try out the LG OLED TV when it becomes available? Which of TV’s leading ladies do you think has the best style?