Okay, we'll admit it, we're obsessed with the show Girls. This generation defining drama chronicles the turbulent lives of four twenty-somethings living in hipster-centric Brooklyn. As we tune in each week for a dose of entertaining disillusionment, we can't help but notice the work of the show's costume designer Jenn Rogein. Each character is cleverly and distinctly styled, from the free-spirited Jessa to the ultra-posh Marnie, the leading ladies' style never fails to impress while maintaing an air of authenticity. SHE brings you a breakdown of each character's unique style, so you can channel your favorite looks. Hannah The show's lead, aspiring writer Hannah dresses with comfort and a sense of quirk. Hannah, played by Lena Dunham, (she's the show's creator and occasional director), wears vintage prints, lots of layers and colored opaque tights. Modern girls everywhere can relate to Hannah's urban and decidedly un-glamorous sensibilities. Marnie She's got the perfect job and a seemingly perfect boyfriend. Marnie's style is polished, sophisticated and on-trend. Whether you love or hate this character, it can't be denied, the girl knows how to throw an outfit together. Shoshanna She's often an unexpected source of wisdom on the show, and her style is simple and youthful. Shoshanna is as unintentionally hilarious as she is sartorially inspiring. We secretly love her pink velour track suit. Jessa This boho princess rocks a British accent and a mean fishtail braid. Her style pushes the limits of normalcy, with looks ranging from sexy Geisha (with some Ugg boots thrown in) to feathered nymph. Her character, as portrayed by Jemima Kirke, inspires us to get a little crazy ourselves.