Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is a Netflix show that came out in March. I've only seen the first episode, but it's hilarious and I've heard it only gets better. This show was created by Tina Fey, so if you liked 30 Rock and ridiculous people and scenarios you're probably going to like this, too.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is about a positive woman who was kidnapped as a teenager to be a part of a doomsday cult. After 15 years, she's rescued and decides to start a new life in New York City, which takes some adjusting because the world has changed drastically. Despite her struggles, she's optimistic about life.
Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper) is rescued from a doomsday cult and starts a new life in New York City. She shares an apartment with Titus and becomes a nanny for a socialite's children. She's always happy and positive and it's apparent in her bright clothing.
Put on a bright yellow cardigan, a printed blue top, pink jeans, pink hightops, a brown backpack, and smiley face earrings. Or wear something a little more subdued: a fuschia dress, light pink cardigan, feather hair pin, gold watch, and T-strap black wedges.
Titus (Tituss Burgess) is Kimmy's roommate in New York City. He's a flamboyantly gay, aspiring Broadway performer, who has auditioned for The Lion King 29 times. His day job is dressing up as Iron Man in Times Square.
Go crazy with your outfit by wearing a lip-print blue dress, gold bow belt, gold earrings, a donut bag, and blue heels. Or for lounging at home wear an oatmeal-colored cardigan, a graphic tank, jeans, and strappy pink flats.
Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski) is a wealthy and insecure Manhattan socialite with two children, a bratty teenage girl and a boy who keeps getting in trouble. She hires Kimmy to be a nanny and take care of her kids.
Throw on something fancy, like this floral printed white dress, white earrings, red nail polish, and black wedges. Or put on a white blazer, a black dress, a pink necklace, a black satchel, and strappy black heels.
Have you seen this show?
Who's your favorite character?