Chances are Friends has been a part of your life in one way or another. Maybe you swore by Rachel’s obsession-worthy haircut. Or you simply take in a late-night rerun on occasion. But now? It’s about to become part of your Netflix queue. Come January 1, the entire series will hit the streaming site for your binge-watching pleasure.

As someone who happens to be mid-Friends marathon, I can assure you that starting from the beginning is worth it for the style alone. Think slip dresses and high-waisted pants on the ladies. And ridiculously voluminous shirts and sweater vests on the men. All kind of amazing in their own way.

It’s the kind of TV that will have you hoping for a slew of 2015 snow days. Or is that just me?

By Chrissy Makkas, Staff Writer

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December 16, 2014

On Binge Watching Weird. We have that same weekend blocked off. OITNB addicts, unite.

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February 28, 2014

We all have an ex we love to hate, and that drives-you-crazy dynamic is one of the many factors that has me addicted to Orange Is the New Black. The memoir-based Netflix series stars Taylor Schilling as a privileged, preppy 30-something who’s serving time in the same women’s prison as her former flame, bad girl Alex Vause (played to despicable perfection by Laura Prepon), for a drug-trafficking attempt gone wrong a decade earlier.

Laura Prepon
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February 5, 2014

When it comes to Friday nights, I like to keep things pretty low-key. Give me a rom com and a bottle of wine and I’m happy girl. So, Netflix and me? We’re pretty tight. But then, Netflix did something terrible. Something that put all my future Friday nights in jeopardy. It retired a slew of my favorite movies.

Audrey Hepburn

I’m talking greats like Roman Holiday, As Good as It Gets, and Titanic. But just as I was about to put on my heels and brave the weekend bar scene (goodbye, cozy nights by the TV), Netflix earned back its spot in my heart by rolling out several newly available, fashion-heavy flicks. Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Thelma & Louise. Amélie. With Holly Golightly’s iconic LBD and Thelma’s covetable high-waisted jeans at my fingertips, it’s a good thing I didn’t do anything drastic like throw out my microwave popcorn. Oh, Netflix, you tease.

Check out all of Netflix’s new fashionable flicks on Racked.com.

By Keriann Coffey, Associate Editor 

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January 2, 2014