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It's Hard to Pick Favorites, but We Just Ranked Molly's Best Looks From Season 4 of Insecure
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It's Hard to Pick Favorites, but We Just Ranked Molly's Best Looks From Season 4 of Insecure

Between dressing up for the office, dates around LA, and just hanging with Issa, Molly, played by Yvonne Orji, nails a cool-cum-sophisticated aesthetic season after season on HBO's Insecure. That's all thanks to the thoughtful styling of Shiona Turini, who took the reins as the show's costume designer in season three. With Shiona running the wardrobe department, Molly's looks became increasingly contemporary and fashion forward - without being overrun by trends. Shiona tapped Black designers, outfitting Molly in the likes of Cushnie and Off-White, as well as younger labels like Sally LaPointe, Cult Gaia, and The Attico, making each of Molly's onscreen appearances rife with memorable, covetable pieces. In that way, season four may be Molly's best collection of looks to date, making it ex...
Blake Lively Felt ‘Insecure’ Because Post-Baby Body ‘Didn’t Fit’ in Clothes
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Blake Lively Felt ‘Insecure’ Because Post-Baby Body ‘Didn’t Fit’ in Clothes

Changing her perception. Blake Lively reflected on how she felt about her body after giving birth to her third child with husband Ryan Reynolds and blamed the fashion industry for making her doubts even worse. Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively's Quotes About Daughters Read article “I put together a @lanvinofficial shirt and dress from @netaporter to make this pretty outfit,” the Gossip Girl alum, 33, captioned a Saturday, January 30, Instagram Story post that featured a throwback photo from her January 2020 appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. “Because no one had samples that fit me after giving birth. And so many clothes from stores didn’t fit either. So. Many.” Blake Lively with Jimmy Fallon on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.’ NBC Li...
I'm Losing My Mind Waiting For Insecure Season 5, So I Dressed Up as Issa All Week to Get My Fix
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I'm Losing My Mind Waiting For Insecure Season 5, So I Dressed Up as Issa All Week to Get My Fix

Insecure first started airing in 2016, and I began watching it in 2018. Although I was late to the movement, I cannot get enough of this show! From the soundtrack to the important Black culture conversations that take place on Insecure, watching Issa and the rest of the crew always brings a smile to my face. Each season, I find myself downloading the majority of the soundtracks, grinning happily at Issa's latest love interest, and yelling in celebration for the light shed on gentrification and Black love and friendship. Anxiously awaiting season four with the rest of the world, I couldn't have been more pleased with how well it was written, directed and outfitted. Season four had me doubting my loyalty to Lawrence while rooting for the underdog, Nathan. This season depicted mental hea...
Molly's Vacation Style on Insecure Is the Perfect Mix of Sexy, Comfortable, and Beachy Chic
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Molly's Vacation Style on Insecure Is the Perfect Mix of Sexy, Comfortable, and Beachy Chic

Yvonne Orji's character on Insecure can do no wrong in the fashion department. For Molly, being a powerful lawyer by day and a trendy Los Angeles woman by night transitions seamlessly with her affinity for dresses, lingerie, and a good ole-fashioned bodysuit. During the seventh episode of season four, my appreciation for Molly's style reached a new level when she goes on vacation with new boyfriend Andrew (played by Alexander Hodge) - because packing for your first "baecation" when you'll also be meeting your partner's family is no easy feat! Costume designer Shiona Turini brought the color and the swag to Molly's wardrobe for their trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and she had me taking notes for my future trips, since going on vacation isn't an option at the moment. During a time when ...
Issa Rae's Style Evolution on Insecure Is Just as Significant as Her Character's Story Arc
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Issa Rae's Style Evolution on Insecure Is Just as Significant as Her Character's Story Arc

Issa Rae is not only the co-creator of Insecure but she acts as the lead character in the hit HBO show. In case you need a little refresher, the show centers around Issa's life as she deals with finding love, figuring out her career, and dealing with friendships in Los Angeles. With the start of season four, we decided to take a look back at Issa's style evolution throughout the show. Overall, Issa's wardrobe on the show is full of pieces that feature bold prints and colorful patterns. There are also a ton of vintage pieces like old Levi's acid-washed jeans, printed blazers, and political tees. As the seasons progress, not only does Issa's character mature, but her style does as well. For season three, Issa tapped former fashion editor Shiona Turini to join the show as a costume design...