Fran Fine from “The Nanny” is the fashion icon of our dreams and this is how you can dress like her
If you didnâ€™t watch â€œThe Nannyâ€ on Nick@Nite way past your bedtime, did you even have a childhood?Â
If not, you clearly missed out because Fran Fine (the iconic, funny, and undeniably lovable nanny on the show) was exactly that â€“ FINE. She was also never caught dead in anything less than a perfectly-dressed-for-the-occasion outfit.Â
Plus, she did end up marrying Mr. Sheffield (even if it took 4 1/2 seasons), which is why we could all take a few hints from this living legend. Whether itâ€™s short shorts or mini skirts, this is the guide you need to dress just like style icon Nanny Fine in 2018.
1. Co-ord Sets
Kim K who? Fran is the OG matching set queen â€“ and weâ€™re not talking earth tone sports bras and bike shorts. Get out of your comfort zone and reach for a set with a bold print or a unique shape.
2. Sports Jerseys
Sporty, but make it fashion. We all know athleisure is in, but itâ€™s time to take it to the next level. Forget sneakers, pair your next look with sheer black tights and stilettos!
3. Mini Skirt + Turtleneck Combo
There is never a skirt or dress too busy for a black turtleneck to fix. At least thatâ€™s what Fran thinks.
Try out this hot pink moto skirt with a classic black turtleneck.
4. Faux Fur
No look worth doing is ever complete without a little (faux) fur. If you’re looking to make an entrance, even with the most casual of clothes, throw on a (matching) fur coat and you are instant glamour.
With Fran more is more so donâ€™t be afraid to pick up this houndstooth faux fur coat.
5. Little Black Dress
When youâ€™re a nanny trying to get your millionaire boss to fall in love with you, you canâ€™t exactly skimp out on skin. But, whenÂ you’ve been seen in almost every print and color imaginable to the human brain, sometimes a simple look is the way to go.
So remember, show off what youâ€™ve got, laugh a little, and maybe you too can find a handsome British millionaire with a townhouse in New York City (even if you arenâ€™t a Jewish girl from Flushing, Queens).