Fuller House Fashion Envy

Fuller House, Netflix, 2016

Fuller House, Netflix, 2016

I wasn’t much of a Full House watcher back in the day. Flash forward to now and I am fast becoming obsessed with Fuller House. It’s not because of the show itself–although it is cute and I’ve laughed out loud more than I’d like to admit. And I’m working my way through Season 1 for the second time…but I digress.  It’s because of the A-MAZ-ING styles worn by the lead actresses! Stylist/Costume designer Mary Kate (yep, that’s her real name!) Killilea is a genius at nailing D.J. Tanner’s fashion-forward stylish working mom look, Stephanie Tanner’s cosmopolitan party/festival look, and Kimmy Gibler’s…well, cute Kimmy Gibler look.

D.J.’s look is my favorite! She wears a lot of skinny jeans with ankle boots or gladiator-type platform sandals. She’s also worn some beautiful dresses. The accessories D.J. and Stephanie wear are adorable, too!  Stephanie wears a lot of kimonos and scarves that really need to be in my closet.

To see lots of cute styles from the show, visit the Fuller House page on The Take. It also has source information for lots of the items. Dangerous if you ask me! 🙂

Here are a two of my favorite pieces.

1. Bella Dahl Open Back Halter Dress (Season 1, Episode 4 – worn by D.J.)

I would be all over this dress if I had better looking knees. On the show, D.J. wore it with a long necklace and tan stack-heeled gladiator sandals. Perfectly adorable. It looks really short on this model, but on Candace Cameron Bure it hit about 5 or 6 inches above her knees in front. Maybe a little high for a school day, but just right for evenings or weekends.

Image from Shopbop.com

Image from Shopbop.com

2. Jonathan SimKhai Color Block Crop Top and Skirt (Season 1, Episode 1 – worn by D.J.)

I would be all over this set if it weren’t sold out (okay, and if it was a little less expensive). This would actually be a great look for school.

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Image from Shopbop.com

Have you seen Fuller House yet?  Even if you’re not in it for the laughs, the styles alone are worth it.

 

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