• Style Icon: Judy Funnie

    Judy Funnie, Doug Funnie's sister on Doug, was dramatic, embarrassed of her family, and determined to make a name for herself in the art world. She probably shouted, "I AM TRYING TO FIND MYSELF, MOM!" more than once. She was awesome.

    When I was 14, I didn't really "get" Judy, but once I hit 18 I was like, "Fuckin' Judy, man! She gets me. She gets everything." While her flair for the dramatic tended to overshadow any Real Art she attempted to do, she still ended up being a great example of how once you get to a certain age you're just like "fuck it," and you gotta put on a beret and do what feels right. The nice thing about Judy was that she marched to the beat of her own drum, and didn't take crap from anybody. Sure, she made everyone in her family take on different personas when she started dating an artsy boy from The Moody School, but who hasn't? If I had a little brother, I totally would have tried to dress him up as a butler, too, because STOP EMBARRASSING ME. Plus, she was a total fashionista. Marie Schrader totally jacked her style. —Katie





    Get the look:


    Coal FLT Beanie
    When your mom is telling you to take out the trash, you can sigh exasperatedly and pull this down over your eyes. (But then take out the trash, because you don't want to get grounded.)


    Ray-Ban Highstreet Square Sunglasses


    Kimchi Blue Velvet Cropped Top
    Velvet is the artsiest of all fabrics. You might get sweaty in the summer, but everyone will know how hard you work on your craft.


    Sparkle & Fade Knit Turtleneck Skater Dress


    Fleece-Lined Tight


    Dr. Martens Pascal Metallic Patent Leather 8-Eye Boot


    Neutral Milk Hotel - In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
    You know Judy was like, soooooo into Neutral Milk Hotel.