See the Blouse Beloved by TV Characters
You won't believe how many small screen stars have sported this staple.
It's no secret that actresses often wear the same clothing pieces on television—in fact, we have a long list of "Seeing Double" occurrences from this season alone to prove it. While many garments can easily slip onto characters with similar styles, we've spotted one particular top from Joie that fits a wide range of personas in comedic and dramatic series alike. See how your favorite characters rocked this essential and how to incorporate it into your own real-life wardrobe.
Ashley Madekwe kick-started the top trend by wearing the blouse in ivory in the second season of Revenge. Nearly two years later, Emily VanCamp's character put her own stamp on the silky shirt last month, opting for a bluish-gray version (which Leah Pipes wore a few weeks later on The Originals). The frenemies even styled similarly by pairing with long gold necklaces.
Katherine Heigl, who returned to the small screen scene just last month, recently wore the essential in black, and her character Charleston will be seen in the same tee in baby blue on next week's episode of State of Affairs.
Others prefer more saturated shades: Maria Canals-Barrera’s character Daniela, who shares other breezy tops by the same brand, selected tangerine earlier this month on Cristela. Over the summer, Young & Hungry’s leading lady Emily Osment matched her lemon-print apron with a cheerful yellow version. Rizzoli & Isles star Sasha Alexander prefers bright green, which she sported twice last season and Cobie Smulders donned the top in teal during How I Met Your Mother's final episodes.
Stock up on this essential, which is currently on sale and available in a number of actress-approved shades, here: Joie Rancher Top, $158, at Joie. Heigl's basic black version can also be found at Nordstrom and shopbop.com.