S2E3: Finally, Diane’s First Good Outfit

Finally. It only took 25 episodes for Diane Chambers to wear a truly likeable outfit. No pastels, no ruffles, no lace, no silk, no puff sleeves, not even a pussy bow (a certified Man Repeller) in sight.


Perhaps it can be attributed to the fact that in the finale of Season 1, Sam and Diane finally sealed the deal. Just a wee bit of sex with a man and Diane suddenly realized she wasn’t a virginal pilgrim, and could thus stop dressing like one. A chunky knit sweater, an a-line skirt, a tie belt, deep purples and reds, even a black purse. She let go of her anal-retentive stiffness and got dressed like a normal person. Finally.


1. P.A.R.O.S.H Cowl Neck Sweater. 2. Rachel Comey Chunky Side Zip Shell. 3. Isabel Marant Anaid Star Shoes. 4. Kaliko Cowl Neck Long Sleeve Top in Dark Purple. 5. Moovy Beige Knit Sweater. 6. Diane Von Furstenberg Connor Suede Belt. 7. Steven Alan Claudia Skirt. 8. Clare Vivier Sac Bretelle. 9. Reiss Della Multi Colour Pleat Skirt in Navy. 10. Jigsaw Tasselled Obi Belt.

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15 thoughts on “S2E3: Finally, Diane’s First Good Outfit

  1. hahaha…finallyyy…love the blue skirt and the blue bag…hhm…I really think blue is my color, that’s why…xoxo


  2. elkeeb says:

    She does look good here. This outfit could fit in any era I love timeless looks. It’s kinda giving me a Samurai vibe. Haha!

  3. Junior says:

    I had a plant for a while – pretty leveas that are wonderful to use. My favourite would be infused for applemint tea (pick a few leveas, coverd with boiling water ……. beautifully refreshing yet mild)I’m so enjoying popping in here, many thanks for sharing,Michelle over in Wellington

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  12. Wow, that’s a really clever way of thinking about it!

  13. I’m grateful you made the post. It’s cleared the air for me.

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