How to Dress Like the Most Stylish Onscreen Characters for Under $100

Whatever your cinematic preferences may be, we're fairly certain that if you're a fan of fashion, you appreciate a stylish onscreen character, period. After all, some of the most memorable moments in our favorite TV shows and films have involved spot-on costume choices and consequently affected (and reflected) the way we dressed at that point in time. As we transition into new seasons, we often turn to style muses who inspire our wardrobes, so in the spirit of starting on the right foot this fall and taking a cue from well-dressed women, we culled an edit of onscreen characters who we'd like to imitate in a sartorial sense. From a '50s-inspired look to classic grunge at its finest, scroll down to shop under-$100 pieces inspired by your favorite onscreen characters.

Angela Chase, My So-Called Life

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If teen angst is your specialty, grab your favorite flannels and acid-wash denim to emulate this classic character, played by Claire Danes.

Betty Draper, Mad Men

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Opt for a classy, polished look that mirrors January Jones's feisty yet polished role in Mad Men.

Carrie Bradshaw, Sex and the City

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Will there ever be a time that we don't want to be a Carrie? Probably not.

Josie Packard, Twin Peaks

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She may be a less talked-about character on Twin Peaks, but her menswear-inspired aesthetic is everything we want for fall.

Rachel Green, Friends

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A clean, minimal vibe is always a good idea. We'll take her hair, too.

Serena van der Woodsen

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Go for a glamorous getup this autumn à la one of our favorite onscreen Upper East Siders.