I Can’t Be the Only One Obsessing Over Judy’s Outfits on Dead to Me Season 2

May 11, 2020 at 11:31PM

I’ve been itching to revamp my wardrobe for weeks, and binge-watching season two of Dead to Me in the span of two days made that desire grow tenfold. In the Netflix series’s highly anticipated second installment, Judy Hale (Linda Cardellini) continues her reign as the Queen of Floral Dresses, breaking out a slew of spring-ready wrap dresses in addition to cool moto jackets, calf-high boots, and denim skirts that made me want to cartoonishly climb through my TV just so I could check her tags to learn the designer.

While watching all the drama unfold in season two – and phew, there is a lot of it – I was struck with a realization about Judy’s wardrobe. Her personal style and penchant for sweet floral prints echo her bubbly, bright-side-seeking nature. What’s more is that her outfits offer a pretty stark contrast to Jen Harding’s (Christina Applegate) array of muted button-down shirts, blazers, and slacks – yet another reminder to the viewer just how opposite they really are. Whether that was the intention of Dead to Me costume designer Trayce Gigi Field, I’m not sure, but either way, she did an incredible job piecing together Judy’s carefree wardrobe, if I do say so myself.

If you, too, can’t stop thinking about Judy’s cute season two outfits, I tracked down exactly where to shop some of her pieces, with a little help from the screen-style experts at Shop Your TV. Get the full scoop on how to re-create her looks ahead. (Fair warning: there are some spoilers interspersed, just in case you’ve somehow resisted the urge to binge-watch the latest episodes in one sitting.)

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One thought on “I Can’t Be the Only One Obsessing Over Judy’s Outfits on Dead to Me Season 2

  1. Judy’s style is pure 70’s. Look at Stevie Nicks. This is where the wardrobe designer was going with the floral/paisley dresses and the curly hair. Trust me, I live in this style of vintage clothing day in, day out. ?

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