Meet Ally McBeal, the eccentric, young, and waif-like attorney that introduced us to the unconventional workplace — unisex bathroom anyone? — with a sexually charged atmosphere. As hemlines were raised, so were eyebrows. When McBeal’s micro-minis became "too business casual," critics claimed that the very minimalist wardrobe was degrading to women at the workplace. But hey, a little leg never hurt anyone.
In the utopian town of Beverly Hills, it seemed that every clothing choice was a good one. From Brenda's mom jeans that "lifted" to Donna’s long-sleeve crop tops that always revealed a flat stomach to Dylan McKay’s hair that never moved, it was impossible to have a style mishap in this zipcode. Well, except when Kelly and Brenda showed up to the prom wearing the same dress. Now that was a fashion faux pas.