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STYLE AND CULTURE

2018'S MOST STYLISH NETFLIX SHOWS

By Style Feed Staff, 29 December 2018

Whether you’re hungover or just want an evening off this party season, Netflix has got your back. From To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before featuring ASOS Magazine cover star Noah Centineo to The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, which is a lot darker than its 90s predecessor, the company’s released a lot of binge-worthy brilliance this year. So here’s a roundup of the most stylish Netflix series that were worth losing all sense of space and time to in 2018.
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On My Block

Ah, Netflix, home of epic coming-of-age stories, from Stranger Things to 13 Reasons Why. If this type of tale is right up your street, then you’ll be glad to know that there’s a fresh series on the block – and it’s called, well, On My Block. It tells the story of four best friends navigating their way through the trials and tribulations of attending high school in a tough, inner-city LA neighbourhood. Expect to laugh and cry your way through it as lifelong friendships are tried and tested, with stylish results. Pay special attention to Jamal’s character with his cool, laid-back, Californian aesthetic: expect striped tees, washed-out denim pieces and Nike kicks.
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The Haunting of Hill House

With esteemed horror writer Stephen King saying the series ‘is nearly perfect’, how could we not include The Haunting of Hill House in this list? Inspired by Shirley Jackson’s gothic novel, the supernatural show follows the Crain family across two timelines: their present-day reality as disturbed adults and their 90s upbringing in the ill-fated Hill House. Dutch actor Michiel Huisman plays adult Steven Crain – dressed in worker jackets, polo shirts and basic jeans, his aesthetic is the only relaxed aspect of this spook fest. Channel the same workwear vibe and go for a Henley top, utilitarian jacket and smart trews to emulate his wardrobe.
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The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina

Gone are the days of sarcastic Salem the cat – this newer version of the 90s sitcom is as twisted as it gets. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina follows half-witch, half-human heroine Sabrina Spellman as she juggles managing the occult and maintaining her regular high school life. Ross Lynch plays Harvey Kinkle, Sabrina’s charismatic and caring mortal boyfriend. The son of a miner, Harvey’s style is steeped in workwear. Follow in his footsteps and bag yourself a shacket and accompanying garms in varying brown shades this season.
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Elite

Since its release in May, Spanish drama Elite has been making waves for its scholastic scandalousness. Las Encinas is the most exclusive school in the country – reserved for affluent students. Trouble starts brewing when three working-class kids join the institution. A tale of mischief and murder, a sartorial highlight is a formal dance sequence complete with slick suiting. Copy the cast and don a three-piece number this party season, but rock it with a T-shirt and trainers to tone down your look.
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You

If Gossip Girl was a guilty pleasure of yours back in the day, you’re not alone, mate. Actor Penn Badgley who played Dan Humphrey in the drama returns as Joe in new Netflix production You. Set to be released on Boxing Day, the psychological thriller series is based on the novel of the same name by Caroline Kepnes. The show sees Badgley’s character turn from a promising love interest for Guinevere (Elizabeth Lail) to a fear-inducing obsessive in no time. Dressed in an array of dark-coloured casual shirts and long-sleeved tops paired with staple jeans or trousers, Joe’s behaviour may be abhorrent, but his style certainly isn’t. Stock up on navy and dark-brown plain shirts and chinos to nail his attire.

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