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Get The Look Of Glee’s Rachel Berry!

Rachel Berry, portrayed by Lea Michele, is the strong-headed, ambitious, original member of McKinley High’s glee group New Directions. Berry is the stereotypical broadway diva – she is loud, has a killer voice, and demands attention. Berry’s strong personality forces her on the outside of the group, and in the beginning the others find her hard to get along with.

Berry was raised by her two dads Hiram and Leroy Berry. Her fathers spoiled her, and through this praise Berry becomes very confident. She dreams of becoming a star on broadway and nothing will get in her way. Throughout the seasons she becomes more considerate of others, dates and becomes engaged to her dream boy Finn and is accepted to a leading drama college NYADA (New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts).

Rachel Berry has incredible solos and showcases her powerful voice as much as she can. Some of her best include: “On My Own” from Les Miserables, “Don’t Rain On My Parade” from Funny Girl, “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” from Evita and “Cry” by Kelly Clarkson.

Berry’s style evolves throughout the show. In the beginning she was very youthful and dressed like a school girl. By the end of her high school career her style veers into more retro and  professional attire. This does not mean she gives up her quirky sweaters and continues to add her own personal touches to her style.

Rachel Berry 1
This first look showcases Rachel Berry’s early style. She wore standard preppy clothes with a unique twist. Her sweaters mainly consisted of bows, polka dots or cute animals. Berry has never been afraid of colour, and always mixes and matches with her outfits. She likes her clothes to be form fitted and cannot complete an outfit without knee socks and loafers.
Rachel Berry 2
The second look showcases Berry’s move into a more retro, vintage style. The long shift coat, Peter Pan collar dresses and vintage shoes show that she is maturing her style. The bright colours help to keep her youthful, and while the outfit above is more toned down, the bright tights bring a huge pop to the outfit.
Rachel Berry 3
This last look shoes a more classic, mature look from Rachel Berry. The diva loves polka dots, a staple in the sixties. She keeps her loafers but changes up the socks to get rid of the more preppy looking knee socks. This look is still youthful but showcases a move towards an older more mature girl, someone who is changing for the better.

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