Hilary Duff's Younger character Kelsey Peters is every bit the boss woman we should all aspire to be. Driven, ambitious, stylish - the publisher starts her journey as a junior editor at Empirical and slowly climbs her way up to start her own imprint, Millenial, which she does with ease and confidence (all dressed in YSL platforms, might we add).
That's why when news broke that Duff was getting her own spinoff series, per The Hollywood Reporter, we couldn't help but reminisce on what the character has taught us about driven women. Kelsey's journey has taught us not to apologise for fighting for what you want, to forgive friends and to always be determined in what you love. But, it's her unique and bold style that stands out.
The series fashion, while we'll admit is a little far fetched for the real-life corporate environment and definitely with a much heftier price tag than actually plausible, costume designer Jacqueline Demeterio and costume consultant (and industry legend) Patricia Field, work side-by-side to create sartorial magic.
"As the show grows up, the wardrobe grows up a lot too. It’s sophisticated, yet fun," Demeterio told W Magazine.
While the Duff-led Younger spinoff is still in its early stages, we can’t wait to see Kelsey do her thing - dressed to impress, no doubt. On top of her signature Saint Laurent pumps, Kesley has a penchant for power suiting, often adorning brands such as Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen and Cecilie Copenhagen.
Below, we've rounded up just some of the many style lessons Kelsey Peters has taught us about modern workwear, and forget everything you thought you knew about office dressing.