The Best “Selling Sunset” Outfits Ever – Plus the Cast Defends Their Bold Style


With each season of Netflix’s “Selling Sunset,” the cast’s wardrobes grow bolder and more memorable. Now, on Season 7, the cast doesn’t fail to deliver when it comes to over-the-top fashion, from Chelsea Lazkani to Chrishell Stause. The “Selling Sunset” outfits are famously dressy – think 7-inch heels worn to open houses – and sometimes they’re even borderline outrageous (namely, Lazkani’s viral vagina purse).

In fact, Lazkani put it best when it comes to styling her memorable looks for the show. “When you’re on a cast with a number of ladies and you all have different body types, you’ve got to know what your best assets are,” she told POPSUGAR, adding: “I’m not 5’9″ like the rest of the girls, I’m 5’5″, but you may think that I’m a lot taller than I am because I show off the parts of me that are flattering. I think everything is about angles and knowing what works for you.”

It’s safe to say the rest of the women on the cast – including Heather Rae El Moussa and Mary Fitzgerald – all abide by that rule. Keep reading for everything to know about the “Selling Sunset” outfits.

Where does the “Selling Sunset” cast get their outfits? Does the “Selling Sunset” cast wear their own clothes?

While most castmates simply shop their own closet, Emma Hernan did collaborate with creative consultant Kendall Finzer for her wardrobe of thigh-high slits and monochrome suit sets.

In season 5, former castmate Christine Quinn worked with stylist Kat Gosik on her eye-catching looks. (In May 2023, Quinn alleged that “Selling Sunset” producers pressured the cast to adhere to a revealing dress code. Netflix, Lionsgate, and Done and Done Productions did not immediately respond to POPSUGAR’s request for comment.)

Does the “Selling Sunset” cast actually dress like that?

Yes, the “Selling Sunset” cast dresses the same in real life, whether they’re going to the office at The Oppenheim Group for a meeting or hosting an open house. “Anything can be office wear these days,” says Chrishell Stause. “Add a blazer to that cute dress and you are ready to go.” Likewise, traditional office wear simply isn’t Lazkani’s aesthetic of choice. “I don’t actually feel comfortable in those tailored suit pants that women traditionally wear in business settings, so I choose not to wear them,” she said. “I prefer to wear a cute dress and a blazer.”

Ahead, the women of “Selling Sunset” break down their personal style philosophies for POPSUGAR. Keep scrolling to read our exclusive interviews and to see outfits from the best seasons of “Selling Sunset.”

Related: “Selling Sunset”‘s Bre Tiesi Talks Beauty, Business, and Being Controversial

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