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Fashion Advice I Learned From Liz Lemon

You can always repurpose a Duane Reade bag as underwear.

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Jack Donaghy may have described her as a "swarthy, big-hipped Kelly Ripa," but ten years after the premiere of 30 Rock, Liz Lemon remains a fashion icon — at least for a certain segment of overworked New York liberal media types. Having blessed us with such sartorial advice as wearing a Duane Reade bag as underwear and holding our hair up with chip clips, here are some of the best Liz-isms of all time.

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