If you’re bored and are looking for shows to binge-watch while at home, then Netflix definitely has you covered. In addition to the streaming site’s amazing selection of films, there’s also a wide array of TV shows to watch as well.
Not only can you find reality shows and various food and cooking shows on Netflix, but there’s also a great offering of stylish shows either about fashion, or ones that showcase some of the best costume wardrobes around.
Here are our picks for the most stylish shows on Netflix the next time you’re in the mood to binge-watch.
For all of the ’90s fashion inspo you need, Friends is there for you — pun intended. Not only is this classic show entertaining, relatable, and comforting, but the fashion and style showcased on the show are still somehow relevant today. Well, maybe not “The Rachel” haircut but you get the picture.
Hosted by Queer Eye‘s Tan France and “It” girl Alexa Chung, Next In Fashion is a fashion design competition reality series that is as addictive as it is entertaining. Over the course of the series, the designers compete in rounds based on design trends and styles that influence what people wear around the world.
In a revamp of the oh-so-classic Queer Eye For The Straight Guy, the newer series Queer Eye follows The Fab Five as they work to makeover those who deserve it most. Originally focused on straight men, the series now shows the life transformations of men and women, as well as trans folks. If you needing an uplifting show that’s definitely still stylish, we can’t recommend Queer Eye enough.
Known as the drag queen version of America’s Next Top Model, RuPaul’s Drag Race is not only incredibly entertaining, but it’s super stylish as well. Hosted by supermodel of the world, RuPaul, the show features drag queens as they compete to win the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar.
One of TV’s best teen dramas on Netflix is Gossip Girl and it’s not just because the storyline is crazy. The wardrobe on Gossip Girl is next level and even though it was filmed in the late 2000s, the show’s costumes are still mega chic.
Played by badass babe Kerry Washington, Olivia Pope’s wardrobe is almost as impressive as her crisis-handling skills. Between the showstopping coats and bags and the heart-stopping storylines, Scandal should definitely be on your binge-watching list.
Based on the monarchy of Queen Elizabeth II, The Crown is not only rich in fascinating British history but style as well. The costumes are near replicas of outfits worn by royal family members and they’re still so beautiful, classic, and chic.
Ever wanted a peek inside the life of glam real estate agents in sunny L.A.? Enter Selling Sunset, where not only the drama is real, but so is the fashion and style. We never thought a reality real estate series could be so juicy and addictive but Selling Sunset definitely proved us wrong.
All about a wealthy family that goes bankrupt and relocates to a small town, Schitt’s Creek is not only insanely funny and entertaining, but the show’s wardrobe is top-notch as well. Recently in Toronto, the show hosted a wardrobe sale where folks could shop items that were worn on TV. How cool is that?
From the creator of Glee, The Politician follows the journey of a wealthy high schooler on a mission to become his school’s student body president. The stylish show on Netflix is packed with comedy, drama, and major fashion inspiration, and also features Goop founder and actress Gwyneth Paltrow.
If you’re into reality TV, Terrace House is great for binge-watching. The subtitled series follows six Japanese roomates over the course of a summer on their search for love and career success. Think of it as the Real World without the drama — seriously, you’ll be surprised at how polite everyone is. Some of the roommates are more stylish than others, but we’ll let you be the judge of who’s best dressed.
Stranger Things is a perfect show to watch if you haven’t already binge-watched the series yet. The series follows a group of kids in the ’80s and their strange and, oftentimes, dangerous encounters with “The Upside Down.” With three seasons and a stellar costume wardrobe, it’ll be easy to understand why it’s become such a phenomenon — even if you’re not into sci-fi.
If you haven’t watched this Netflix Original series yet, you’re in for a treat! Alison Brie plays an aspiring actress who finds a gig performing in an all-women wrestling show. Expect glitter, spandex, drama, laughs, and some killer ’80s fashion.
This show, which is filmed in Vancouver, has been making waves and for good reason. It follows the adventures of the characters from Archie Comics and is packed with murder, dark secrets, and relationship drama. Aside from that, the wardrobe is on-point and there are four seasons, making it an awesome show to get lost in.
When was the last time you watched The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air? Netflix has six seasons of the show available to watch and it’s dripping with ’90s swag.
That 70s Show
If you love retro ’70s fashion, then binge-watching That 70s Show is a no brainer. We nominate this comedy as one of the best shows to have play in the background — it’s a feel-good series about a group of high school friends. Just note, we can’t promise that you won’t be shopping bell-bottoms and graphic tees when you’re finished.
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