Nevertheless, the women of Twin Peaks has style and I thought I'd do a compilation here.
She's my favourite, she's everyone's favourite as far as I know. There's something about that 40s/50s influence in her style that I adore, mixed with the 90s. She's got that classic look, but the Old Hollywood kind of classic. It borders between demure and sexy. Her palette is generally white, black and red -- sounds like my teenaged wardrobe and I still love that combination.
I loved this costume on her too -- the one from One-eyed Jacks.
Donna also has a classic look but the preppy variant. She's the Queen of Sweaters -- typically oversized. Sometimes it'll be a very feminine look overall but she can pull of more masculine styles well. I prefer her more feminine looks though because I'm not a big fan of grandpa sweaters/jumpers.
I was named after a television character, and I like to think that Twin Peaks is where my mother got the name. In any case, Shelly's style is what I think the typical teenager of the early 90s would wear on TV. It's got the residual 80s flair. How can a girl not fall in love with the earrings she wears with her diner uniform?
On a tangent, Shelly reminds me a little of one of the characters from Last Window: The Secret of Cape West.
The femme fatale. She's got that classic Old Hollywood look, but her masculine outfits has that Katherine Hepburn flair. Very dramatic, which is something I admire but I can never pull off personally. She shares a similar colour palette to Audrey but Josie's bold and dramatic.