Leave it to Rachel to serve us major statement-making fashion, like this fierce-as-hell leopard blazer/fluffy pink sweater combo.
Elevate your layering game with a vibrant fuchsia faux fur coat. Go for a simple black and white pair-up beneath for a look that's 100% Rachel.
This style lesson is an important one: a puff-sleeve crop top is the dressy version of a white tee. It still goes with everything, but looks more polished.
This is the ultimate summer look: a white tank, an unbuttoned Hawaiian shirt, and loose-fit cargo pants.
Was this taken in 2000 or in 2020? It's hard to tell, because Rachel's entire look – from her slip dress to her flip flops – is trending hard right now.
Not sure which I love more: Rachel's vintage-y lace blouse or Phoebe's feathered hair clips?
Rachel predicted this year's hottest animal print trends (leopard and cow print) with just one single look – and it was .
Remember what I said about Rachel's favorite combo? Yep, she's rocking it again, this time pairing her mini skirt and tights with a USA sweater.
Denim shortalls are a 1990s classic, just like Throw on a dark washed denim jacket and a striped tee like Rachel to complete the look.
This is a chic combo that Rachel reached for time and again: a curve-hugging turtleneck, black mini skirt, and sheer tights.
Rachel Green made the 1990s famous and she's never looked better. Try tucking in a fitted white tee for that laid-back weekend type of vibe.
Athleisure style has already taken over your Insta feed, but let's not forget who did it first. This sporty ensemble is one of Rachel's best.
Cropped knits and Rachel Green are like peanut butter and jelly – you can't have on without the other.
A plaid skirt isn't just for school uniforms. A graphic T-shirt and Vans will give it an updated cool girl look, but if you're trying to copy RG, reach for a fitted sweater.
15. Shades of Purple
Rachel loved a good cami. It's an easy style to wear all year long, with sweaters or as a stand-alone piece for summertime.
Give off the vibe that you raided a vintage shop with a retro knotted uniform top and a cool printed high-rise skirt.
There are a million ways to wear this Rachel Green favorite. Layer it over a tie dye T-shirt, throw a chunky knit on top, or wear it solo with heels for an ultra fancy feel.
Rachel's cropped cardi would look right at home with a pair of high-rise jeans, but of course, she paired it with her favorite mini skirt, instead.
There's a reason why Rachel dominated the fashion industry – her style is effortless and always on point.
Knot your boyfriend's favorite button-up at the waist (yes, even if you're on a break) for a cool recreation of this Rachel Green outfit.