Cartoon Lizzie is the most iconic Lizzie. She’s set to make a comeback unchanged – sleeveless pink top, blue capris, and Rocket Dog platform flip flops. This needs no changing, but it’d be a twist to see IRL Lizzie in a version of this look.
Lizzie first rocked this blue leather jacket in the iconic bra episode, and it would be cool to see if it’s stood the test of time, or if Brooklyn Lizzie is a vegan leather gal these days.
Turns out Lizzie’s nemesis Kate had us all beat when it came to Upper East Sider Goop Mom style. It just took about 20 years, a brand like The Row to happen, and for Gwyneth Paltrow to give being rich and bored a look.
Slogan T-shirts, like the ironic text that gets slapped on them, are huge again.
A big ol’ extra flower a la Carrie Bradshaw is always cute, but let’s hope there isn't a fall in Dior. (Photo: @everyoutfitonlizziemcguire)
Sleek in black: a power outfit for an icon and legend. (Photo: @itslizziem)
As if the bucket hat and choker weren’t enough, there are pom poms too. Miranda’s styling game is strong. (Photo: @everoutfitonlizziemcguire)
Easy proof that dungarees are forever.
Yes, this 1920s bride get-up was for a dinner party solve-the-mystery game, but it’s also all sorts of flapper era chic.
Viktor & Rolf could probably make a modern version of the igloo dress, which Lizzie wore in The Lizzie McGuire Movie while she pretended to be pop-star dopplegänger Isabella Parigi.
We could probably do without the drama of a skirt with a tear-away reveal and flared gogo pants, but hey now! Lizzie’s gotta have something to remember her one-time stint as a pop-star.
Lizzie’s always had a penchant for a good statement shirt, no layering required. The contemporary versions could well be from New York label Monse. (Photo: @lizziemcguiretv)