Always wanted to dress like a McKinley High glee clubber, but didn't think you could afford it? Think again! Glee's costume designer Lou Eyrich keeps things affordable and simple while still trying to remain true to the characters.
For instance, did you love Rachel's argyle sweater in "Hell-O"? It's by Aqua and you can pick it up at Bloomingdale's! (Though since Santana thought Rachel dressed like an "Israeli Pippi Longstocking," maybe you should skip that one.) And if you're a fan of Emma's perfectly put-together looks, just head on over to Target. Says Lou: "We use a little more vintage with her but mix it with something contemporary. We shop a lot at Target for her. She's prim and proper, but she's not afraid to mix her colors, like red and orange. With her blouses, sometimes we cut off the sleeves so that they're less bulky under sweaters."
And lest you think the girls are the only ones allowed to have any fashion fun, even the boys can get in on the act. With the exception of Kurt (who can be seen in sweaters from Michael Kors), most of the boys get their clothes from Gap, American Eagle, and Abercrombie & Fitch. And if you want to rock a more formal look — like during the "Hello, Goodbye" performance at the end — the shirts were from H&M, the suits from Zara, and the ties from Hot Topic. Oh, and of course everyone wears Converse. To the mall!