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Euphoria fashions have been going viral on TikTok and Twitter — mainly because the students at Euphoria High don’t actually dress much like broke high school students and that’s exactly how stylist Heidi Biven envisioned the new season.
“In terms of style, I played it safe the first season. I really tried to be conscious of making it realistic, so that the audience couldn’t really pick the story apart,” Bivens explained to Interview magazine. “I know I sort of pushed the boundaries with some of the risqué looks that might not normally be allowed at school, but in general I tried to be really consistent with what kids can actually afford. This season, that went out the window, because I just wanted to have fun. Maude Apatow’s character [Lexi], for example, is wearing Miu Miu. Like, she can’t afford Miu Miu, her parents aren’t buying her Miu Miu, but I said, ‘F— it. She looks great in it.’”
For Euphoria fans who want to shop some of the clothes seen on the show, we rounded up a short list of standout looks from season 2 that you can shop online (most of the clothes worn on the show are already sold out) along with a couple of alternatives.
See the fashion breakdown below, and if you’re not already caught up on Euphoria, stream episodes on HBO Max.
Maddy’s Safety Pin Crop Trop & Furry Hat
From her hair to nails and glitzy accessories, it’s all in the details for Maddy (Alexa Demmy). We’ve already seen her character slip into the closet at her babysitting job to try on her boss’ expensive gowns (including this Mugler dress), but the outfit pictured above is an easy DIY look. All you need is a ribbed tank top and safety pins to re-create Maddy’s outfit. For a ready-made option, try this tank top from Rainbow for $12. A version of her pastel-colored furry beret is available at Nordstrom and you can get a rhinestone belt from Amazon.
Buy: Wool Blend Beret $29 at Nordstorom.com.
Other options from Maddy’s closet: this black mini dress similar to what she wore on New Year’s Eve, or the faux-fur-trimmed cardigan is a vintage Blumarine piece that you can get online (in lavender trim) for $512. Want something cheaper? This faux-fur collar-tie cardigan from ASOS retails for $45.
Rue’s Chuck 70 Hi Top Sneakers
Rue (Zendaya) likes to keep it casual. Her wardrobe consists mostly of baggy pants and oversize graphic T-shirts and jackets. Naturally, most of Rue’s wardrobe sells out pretty quickly online so you’ll have to pick and choose which to purchase. Her red Aries Tailored Column Jacquard Trousers are no longer available, but you can find the Peels Z Jacket ($140) in the photo above. Rue’s main wardrobe staple — Chuck 70 Hi-Tops – are one of the brand’s top sellers and they come in several colors (and those Vans crew socks are always on trend). You can also cop the burgundy Hanes Eco-Smart Hoodie that she rocked on Sunday’s episode.
Buy: Chuck 70 Hi-Top Sneakers at Converse.com.
As for Jules (Hunter Schaffer), it’s not so easy to find her outfits online. Some of her looks are vintage off-the-runway designs, others are simply not available or out of stock, so you’ll have to get creative when putting together a Jules-inspired outfit. The Clair Barrow Aliens Hoodie featured in the photo above is already sold out, for example, but there are plenty of extraterrestrial hoodies on Amazon.
Kat’s Green Sweater & Heartprint Skirt
What’s not to love about Kat? This colorful, printed look is a mixture of high and low pieces that are easy to re-create. The green mohair cardigan from Danielle Guizio retails for $200, while the heartrpint skirt shouldn’t cost more than $20. Although her Cramps T-shirt is harder to find, you may be able to score one on eBay and Redbubble, or you can always choose another rock band T-shirt and throw a sweater over it.
Buy: Heartprint skirt $10 at Yesstyle.com.
Fez’s Stylish Track Jacket
Don’t sleep on Fez; he’s evolving into a style star. Whether he’s smacking a bottle over someone’s (Noah’s) head or eating a sandwich, he tends to look good doing it. The blue Palace track jacket picture above retails for more than $200, but of course, there are lots of cheaper track jackets on the market like this Penguin Fleece Track Jacket ($65), the J America Adult Vintage Poly Fleect Track Jacket ($35) or this Ysento tracksuit ($34).
Buy: Palace Color-Blocked Track Jacket $215 at Farfetch.com
Lexi’s Tartan Mini Dress
As Bivens mentioned, Lexi wears a Miu Miu tartain mini dress in the second episode of season 2. The cotton-blend tartan mini dress retails for around $1,000 and you probably won’t find it online. You can however try a couple of other options such as this Aura sleeveless plaid dress (add a Peter Pan collared shirt to complete the look) or an LA Hearts Plaid Mini Dress ($37). If you like the print but not necessarily the style, try this plaid smock option that’s on sale at Asos for $22.40.
Buy: Aura Plaid Dress from $34 at Reddress.com.
Cassie’s Ribbed Wrap Top
*Spolier altert* Cassie’s involved in a love triangle this season. Without giving too much away, the predicament has her paranoid about getting caught and dressing out of character (as seen in Sunday’s episode). The wrap sweater pictured above is one of the more tame Cassie ensembles this season and it’s available at Revolve in black and sage. The shirt retails for $75, but if your budget’s a little tight, try out some of the cheaper options at Asos and Amazon.
Buy: ASTR the Label Wrap Sweater $75 at Revolve.
Elsewhere in Cassie’s wardrobe: the cozy pink Vintage Angels Hoodie ($200) and Ugg mini-classic boots ($100) that she wore in episode 2.