Pick Who Wore It Better And We'll Guess Which Friends Character You Are

Looking back, the fashion in Friends seems completely dated, and oh so '90s! But when the hit sitcom was on TV, the characters' wardrobes were the height of fashion... well, Rachel Green's was, and the rest looked at least relatively normal. Even Phoebe and her wacky outfits weren't too strange for that decade, believe it or not. The part that we don't believe about Friends, however, is that these six New Yorkers manage to never wear the same outfit more than once in the entire ten year run!

In the real world, however, not only do people wear the same clothes multiple times - sometimes different people wear the same outfits, especially when it comes to celebrities and incredible designer gowns. Of course, these outfits are never identical; different shoes, bags, makeup and hair (and of course, the people in them) can mean that one piece looks totally different on two different people. Accessories and general style might make one outfit a total Rachel outfit, or might end up looking a little more like something Ross would throw on when he was trying to be cool (and inevitably failing). The Friends are defined as much by their style as their jobs and quirks, and when it comes to fashion, we bet we can tell you which Friend you would be based solely on how you think these celebs have succeeded (or failed) to make an outfit their own.

1Who wore this revealing black better?

This revealing floor length gown turns heads with its cut outs and plunging neckline. Miley Cyrus rocked it with short bleached hair and almost no accessories but her tattoos, while Taraji P Henson added bling on her wrists and loose flowing waves.

2Which 80s-inspired gown looks better?

This incredibly dramatic gown with a huge gather at the shoulder takes a lot to pull off... Did Rosario Dawson do it, with her choice of pale blue with simple gold and nude accessories? Or are you loving Naomi Watt's dark pink, with glittering pink, orange and gold additions?

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