Like the superheroes he is so enamored by the viewers see Jerry as a bit of a cartoon character with regards to his clothing, which can be summarized as a […]
Seinfeld uses clothing codes to aid perceptions and highlight aspects of the many bit characters in the show. The show-runners were fully aware of how people associate attire with personal […]
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To say Seinfeld is a show about clothing codes would be an undeniable stretch, but this does not mean that the show’s use of apparel and appearance assumptions is not one the […]
Kitschy, goofy, eccentric, and bizarre. These words are accurate descriptions for both Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards) and the clothes he wears. His lobster shirts, technicolor dream-coats, and trademark throwback attire […]
The wardrobe of George Costanza (Jason Alexander) is a reflection of the man himself; lackluster, unremarkable, and petty. Everyone’s favorite short, stocky, slow-witted and bald man has a memorably unmemorable […]