When you first watch HBO’s, the first thing you do is to price out a vacation at the resort in season one (which is, BTW). We wouldn’t be surprised to see you dive into research on the miniseries, and their relaxed onscreen style, which was curated by Alex Bovaird (who also assisted with The Perks of Being a Wallflower. She explained to us that she styled them in a similar way as young friends, often twinning at first. She believes that Gen-Zers are more likely to thrift clothes than previous generations and that they put together things in a seemingly nonchalant, but thoughtful manner. Sweney and O’Grady were both enthusiastic about the look that helped them transition into their character.
“Later in the series, they look more distinct as it becomes apparent that Paula isn’t quite included,” Alex teased for anyone who hasn’t finished all six episodes yet. However, regardless of how their vibes shift, you will want to see outfit details for both girls’ impeccablely coordinated beachwear. Even if you don’t plan on packing your suitcase for vacation anytime soon. By the way, you can find the exact designs featured in Sweeney & O’Grady.