The Shiz University headmistress may be one of Wicked’s main antagonists, but to stand out as a villain, you need to look the part. You aren't going to be intimidating if you don't dress accordingly. And Morrible certainly does, with her bleach blonde perm and glamorous boa, you know she means buisness.
If a Genie emerged from a magic lamp and didn’t look the part, would you trust him? No, of course you wouldn’t. A genie has to look magical, and Aladdin’s genie is just that, dresed head to toe in gold and blue velvet.
Julian Marsh's 'Pretty Lady' is set to be Broadway’s next big thing, and it definitely has a costume department that measures up. 42nd Street boasts one of the biggest casts in a West End musical at the moment, and some of the colourful, intricate designs are simply vintage Broadway.
Jamie New is another character who had to fight some battles to wear what he felt most comfortable in. He takes on his school, his teachers and his bullies to wear a dress to his prom, but just like the School of Rock kids, we think he pulls off a school uniform just as well.
There’s nothing like reliving your heyday by slipping back into your favourite clothes from your youth, and that’s just what Sophie’s mum Donna does with her backing girls, the Dynamos. You wish you looked that good singing with your pals.
Of course, if you’re going to take the world by storm with a pop group, you’re going to need to look glam. Effie, Deena and Lorrell’s matching outfits are gorgeous and make us wonder why more popstars don’t dress like this anymore?!