Style Muse: Judy Jetson

Some grew up cultivating their fashion sense by reading the pages of Vogue and admiring style icons like Jackie O. and Grace Kelly. Me? I munched on Frosted Flakes and watched my Saturday morning cartoons. Thus, I grew to admire the styles of classic cartoon characters like Judy Jetson, the teen from the wholesome family of the future. Like most characters, Judy always wore the same impeccable outfit -- a fuchsia bubble skirt, leggings, a collared crop top, and a hair bow. Between that and her self-cleaning house and space car, I was, like, so jealous of her. Here's how you can get her vibe without looking too much like, well, a cartoon character.

Little Red Riding Skirt, ModCloth ($80). This sweet A-line skirt with a belt will show off your waist. Bonus: perfect for twirling.

Vintage Red Blouse, Ruby Lane ($10). Tuck this basic red blouse into a skirt or jeans for a simple, clean look. Throw on a cardigan when it gets chilly.

French Terry Leggings, Tilly's ($13). Judy's pink leggings might be taking it above and beyond the pink/red color threshold, so reign it in with a basic black pair.

Motown Suede Square Toe Ballet, TopShop ($50). Even in the future, basic ballet flats are still in style.

Satin Bow Hair Clip, American Apparel ($14). She's not an accessory queen, but Judy knows the power of a signature piece. All hail the bow.