Betty’s floral dress Her outfit for lunch with future husband Henry is quintessential Betty, with soft colors and a fitted silhouette.
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Joan’s pen necklace There are few television accessories as iconic as Joan's pen, always dangling over her chest and eventually insulted by a snarky young copywriter who sees its placement as a power play.
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Megan’s metallic dress
Megan has all the glamour Peggy lacks, with a more fashion-forward sensibility than Betty.
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Trudy’s floral dress
Trudy’s garden party outfit is put to good use when she and Pete impress guests with a mean performance of the Charleston.
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Peggy may not be a style icon, but she was well suited for ladder climbing in a loud vest and trouser set at a pivotal moment in her professional ascent.
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Megan’s Zou Bisou Bisou dress
Megan surprises Don and her party guests with a performance as sultry as her little black dress.
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Joan’s accordion-playing dress
Dresses are like armor for Joan, who wears this form-fitting number while entertaining her husband’s colleagues on the accordion—despite their marital problems.
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Sally’s go-go boots Sally tries on a very grown-up look for an awards ceremony with Don and Megan, and finds herself in a grown-up situation when she witnesses Roger in a compromising position with Megan’s mother.
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Roger’s blue suit Roger always looks sharp in a suit, but his sartorial gifts look even more impressive when surrounded by hippies on the farm where his daughter joined a commune.
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Betty’s Italian dress For a trip to Italy with Don, Betty gives herself a makeover more befitting of her days as a model than her life as a Westchester mom.
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