‘Mad Men’ Season 4 Premiere Style Recap- Peggy Debuts Bob, Joan Flaunts Her Curves, Betty Gets Tied Up
It was the moment “Mad Men” fanatics had been waiting for with baited breath: Season 4 finally kicked off on Sunday night and, predictably, with plenty of style.
In the first 10 minutes, as viewers got a glimpse at the new offices of Sterling Cooper (now Sterling, Cooper, Draper, Price), we also got a preview of what the wardrobes of our favorite office dwellers, Peggy and Joan, might look like this season.
A sign of the show moving deeper into the ’60s (the first episode is set circa Thanksgiving 1964), the palette for both women, along with Don, has become more muted, with Peggy opening the show in a chocolate-brown pencil skirt and a mustard-colored blouse with a bowed Peter Pan collar, while Joan spiced things up in one of her signature curve-hugging hourglass dresses, also in brown. (She later wears the same silhouette in both red and navy).
More style highlights from the show at the full story on StyleList here.
[January Jones as Betty Draper on the “Mad Men” Season 4 premiere. Photo courtesy of AMC]