Far be it from me to look to cartoon cats for fashion inspiration, but I think we can all agree that the Pink Panther was on to something: Head-to-toe pink can be purrfectly divine. As for more recent proof (the original Pink Panther film is from 1963), Ainsley Howard, Rebecca Rittenhouse’s character on the delightfully cheesy Mindy Kaling–produced Four Weddings and a Funeral series, demonstrated the power of all-pink everything with aplomb. I’ve been obsessed with the show—a remake of the classic ’90s rom-com—from the get-go, but this look from Episode 2 really put me over the edge.
Her look is but one of the cast’s many bold, colorful outfits masterminded by longtime Kaling collaborator, costume designer Salvador Pérez. He was the genius behind Dr. Mindy Lahiri’s fabulous wardrobe on The Mindy Project, and he brought that same verve to the set of Four Weddings—as well as his close collaboration with Kaling. Indeed, as Pérez told Shondaland in an interview, “Everything I pick goes to Mindy for approval. Everything.”
With these two heading up the costume department, success was all but a given, but I was still a bit bowled over by how many outfits I wanted to snatch off the screen. Since the show is set in London, Perez chose to focus on British designers like Temperly London, Whistles, Shrimps, and more, and (please excuse my attempt at British slang) everything he chose was bang-on.
But an American line made its way into the mix once or twice—notably that pink jumpsuit that somehow makes dressing like a bottle of Pepto seem totally appealing and normal. It’s by Staud, the Los Angeles–based It brand we all know and love. Fans of the show will be as excited to get to some of my favorite looks from the show below as I am to show you.
And if you haven’t watched yet, what are you waiting for? Head over to Hulu as soon as you’re done reading the below. Keep scrolling for the fall looks I’ll be copying from Four Weddings and a Funeral.
This green velvet jumpsuit is from Whistles, and it’s on sale for $150.
Heading to a reality TV show wedding? You, too, can wear this Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini gown—in black. (It’s also on sale.)
Source: Who What Wear – Giselle Childs