Netflix’s Selling Sunset is full of drama, dream homes and so much buzzworthy fashion — especially in the show’s latest season. The series’ cast members have seriously stepped up their fashion game since season 1 and Us Weekly’s rounded up evidence to prove it.
If you haven’t binge-watched the reality show just yet, it follows real estate agents from the L.A.-based real estate brokerage, Oppenheim Group, as they hustle to sell luxury real estate to their Hollywood clients. While their business skills certainly need to be impressive to succeed, it helps to have an impressive wardrobe.
Some of the agents who’ve been with Oppenheim since the show began include Christine Quinn, Chrishell Stause and Heather Rae Young. Viewers have seen their ensembles evolve, especially Quinn’s: who’s taken her love for statement-making pieces to a whole new level in season 3.
Cast members have yet to confirm whether or not the show will be picked up for a fourth season, but Stause did tease “good news” on her Instagram feed. She posted a photo with Young, Fitzgerald and newcomer Amanza Smith to show her followers that they were celebrating something they “can’t tell” us about just yet.
Obviously, Us is ready for a fourth season, especially since that means we’ll get to continue observing the cast’s style evolution since it was released in March 2019. In season 3, viewers saw colorful power pantsuits, high fashion pieces and some daring prints — all of which were a stark contrast to the way they played it safe during season 1.
To see how their fashion preferences have changed thus far, we’ve picked out the most memorable style moments from season 1 to compare them with the latest season. Keep scrolling to see the fashion evolution of your favorite Oppenheim agent.
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