Style Hunter: <em>The Bold Type</em> edition

Style Hunter: The Bold Type edition

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That Bold style 

Whether attending a glamorous work function, hitting the town on a girls’ night, or just walking the halls of Scarlet magazine, The Bold Type’s Sutton, Kat, and Jane are always in style — so we asked the show’s costume designer, Lisa Frucht, where to find some of the ladies’ most fabulous pieces.
While it turns out that the twentysomething trio must be relying on their workplace’s fashion closet for some of the high-end labels they favor, that doesn’t mean you can’t get their Scarlet glam. Read on for the designers behind their looks as well as the affordable versions we tracked down to recreate them — and check back here after The Bold Type every week for more of the show’s covetable fashion.

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Kat in “The Deep End” 

A party for Jacqueline deserves a showstopping look, and Kat didn’t disappoint in her yellow, black, and cream strapless dress by Derek Lam. You can still snag the real thing, now on sale ($727, barneyswarehouse.com), or nail the palette with this more affordable pleated halter dress from ASOS Design ($95, asos.com), complete with tie detail — just in the back this time. 

Sutton in “The Deep End” 

For Sutton’s design crisis as she pursues her fashion dreams, Frucht put star Meghann Fahy in a matching tank top and midi skirt from Derek Lam 10 Crosby. The pieces are no longer available, but you can get a similar look from the designer in black and white ($357, dereklam.com), perfectly capture Sutton’s color scheme with a geometric-printed dress by Shoshanna, pictured ($299, bloomingdales.com), or channel her with a white and navy fit-and-flare dress from Banana Republic ($139, bananarepublic.com).

Jane in “Stroke of Genius” 

Jane loves a good mini in the office, and her work wardrobe in “Stroke of Genius” didn’t disappoint. Her fit-and-flare dress from Derek Lam 10 Crosby is out of stock, but you can recreate the tweedy look with this blue pinafore dress ($50, zara.com) or a lacy white option ($40, zara.com), both from Zara. 

Sutton in “Stroke of Genius” 

Sutton was appropriately stylish while she faced off with an irritated fashion designer in episode 3 wearing a puff-sleeved cropped floral sweater by Alice + Olivia. You can get the same silhouette with this red sweater by Kate Spade ($161, nordstrom.com), or if it’s the color you’re after, try a structural blouse from Zara ($40, zara.com).

Kat in “Stroke of Genius” 

As Kat got fired up about local politics, Frucht put star Aisha Dee in a long-sleeved tiger-striped T-shirt by Proenza Schouler. It’s now sold out, but this high-necked version from River Island has the same fierce feline energy ($38, asos.com). 

Sutton in “Plus It Up”

Once Sutton added a pair of underwear from the fashion closet, there was absolutely nothing wrong with this outfit! Her eye-covered pink pleated skirt from Australian label Romance Was Born is now sold out, but try a floral midi from Reiss, pictured ($295, reiss.com), or a sweet pastel take on the look from H&M ($30, hm.com) to get her style.

Kat in “Plus It Up” 

First of all, yes, Kat’s queer prom look is the Rosie Assoulin dress that Tessa Thompson wore to the 2017 Emmys! Second of all, no, it’s not available anymore! You can still wear the rainbow, however, with options ranging from a glittering midi from the Attico, pictured ($960, bergdorfgoodman.com), a rainbow-sequined column dress by Guess ($56, macys.com), or a velvet striped minidress by Milly ($119, shopbop.com).

Jane in “Plus It Up”

Now that Jane’s officially with Pinstripe, Frucht had no choice but to put her in pinstripes, right? The handkerchief-hem Self Portrait dress worn in the episode is sold out, but this pared-down option by Just for Wraps captures its spirit ($30, nordstromrack.com). 

Sutton in “The New Normal”

Resident fashionista Sutton kicked off the season wearing a floral cotton blazer by R13, which is no longer available. You can recreate her summery office look with a similar style from Laundry by Shelli Segal, pictured ($65, nordstromrack.com), or with another flowery option from size-inclusive LOFT ($129, loft.com) 

Jane in “The New Normal”

Jane may have been furious to find that smarmy new digital director Patrick had essentially tricked her into writing a story about how woke he was, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at her. For the Scarlet summit, Frucht put star Katie Stevens in a breezy floral maxi dress by Derek Lam, which you can still snag for yourself on sale ($590, theoutnet.com)! To get the look for less, turn to ModCloth for a vibrant take on the silhouette ($119, modcloth.com).

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