5FF: Characters With My Favorite Fictional Closet

I love to be comfortable, stylish, and a little geeky. I spend a lot of time gathering inspirations via Pinterest and Polyvore. Something that always catches my eye is a take on a character’s wardrobe. Bonus points for comfy flat shoes! While I may not personally identify with some characters, I have a few that I ENVY simply for their closet and outfits. From my soft spot for skulls to 90’s nostalgia, these characters have closets I’d kill for.

Usagi Tsukino (Sailor Moon)


Speaking of 90’s nostalgia, I give you the one and only Sailor Moon. Usagi loves food and comfy clothes as much as I do. I love these takes from Polyvore on her very 90’s clothing. Her style is simple, comfy, and colorful.

Liv Moore (iZombie)


Anyone else binge-watch iZombie? I love this show, and I love Liv’s closet more. Black and red are my favorite colors. She’s also got a professional, grungy look that I want to pull off to badly.

Rose Tyler (Doctor Who)


Rose’s closet is very late 90’s early 2000’s which I totally envy. I miss overalls so much. And that purple jacket? I NEED IT! So comfortable, so fashionable. Her outfits are made for running around with the Doctor which means they’re made for running errands too.

Aria Montgomery (Pretty Little Liars)


Any PLL fans here? I quit watching a long time ago but I try to base my closet on Aria’s unique style. I’m a sucker for incorporating goth and skull elements into my outfits. Aria wears a lot of boots and heels so I tend to replace them with converse and vans.

Hermione Granger (Harry Potter)


I thought about quitting my  dreams and becoming a librarian (second job choice). It was a dark time (for my dream of becoming being a game artist) but for real, Hermione’s style is the best for fall and winter and very comfy! It makes me want to snuggle with a book and work at a library. I love the earthy tones and splashes of pink. Stylish and homey librarian. Maybe in another life!


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