The perfect mixture of American Horror Story and Glee, Scream Queens has a little something for everyone. The devilishly fun show has viewers obsessing over everything from the multiple Chanel’s, to the unreal Kappa mansion or best of all, the extravagant murder chase.
Still, nothing is more worthy of a full-on single white female-type of obsession as the clothing in this series. Never has such a couture group of ladies casually graced prime time television. Each episode is like sitting front row at Paris Fashion Week, but the most snarky models get to speak.
And just like at Fashion Week, everyone wants the clothing, but they don’t always have access, or the funds, to snag the latest high fashion trends. But fear not. The Scream Queens style is not only fabulous, but also very attainable. To help narrow down your style search, take a look at all the best outfits from the first eight episodes, as well as where this killer fashion can be found.
Pilot, Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts)
Chanel Oberlin, a.k.a. Queen B on campus, arrived on the scene and set the fashion tone for the season. Chanel kept it classy in a silk white shirt, a Houndstooth pencil skirt and a light pink fur jacket.Asos
“Hell Week,” Chanel No. 3 (Billy Lourd)
Hell week quickly approached and the Chanel’s were not letting their pledges off easy. While the dynamic trio explained the rules of the week, Chanel No. 3 was dressed to kill in a graphic tee, a sequined jacket, and a white tulle skirt.
“Chainsaw” — Chanel No. 5 (Abigail Breslin)
Chanel No. 5 is the most underrated Chanel, but don’t count out this fashionista. She often matches vintage dresses with bright furs, as seen with this white, floral printed dress that #5 paired with a royal blue fur.
“Haunted House,” Chanel No. 6 / Hester (Leah Michelle)
Hester took off her neck brace and put on some Daizy Shely. The latest addition to the Chanel’s got more than she bargained for when she entered this haunted house, but her fabulous blue skirt could brighten even the darkest of situations.
“Pumpkin Patch,” Chanel No. 3
As Chanel Oberlin was embarrassingly hauled away to jail, her sisters looked on with judgment and disdain. In spite of her harrowing looks, Chanel No. 3’s outfit dazzled with its sparkly black polka dots and a bedazzled set of earmuffs.
“Seven Minutes in Hell,” ZayDay (Keke Palmer)
New pledge Zayday was a bombshell from the start. From her attitude to her style choices, she stands apart from her Kappa sister in the best way possible. Check out this adorable crop top that she pairs with a clean white hate and a funky-print, wide-legged pant.
Get a similar look to ZayDay by copping a cropped satin-jersey top from The Outnet and pairing it with these adorable black culottes from Zara. They don’t have pinstripes, but they’re a wardrobe must-have.Zara
“Beware of Young Girls,” Chanel No. 6 / Hester
No. 6 keeps it simple but sophisticated in this green and gold embellished dress. This look may be calm, but her personality still isn’t.Asos
“Mommie Dearest,” Chanel Oberlin
Chanel hits this list for the third time for her amazing fur collection. The Kappa HBIC stunned in this multi-colored fur coat over a simple white dress.Asos