In the second episode of Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story, we get glimpses into Betty and Dan’s younger days—from when they first meet to key moments during their marriage—giving us a treasure trove of classic fashion and style goodies along the way. See the most standout looks from Episode 2, which primarily spans the late 1960s through the 1970s.
All About Argyle
Younger Betty is ready for collegiate life in her brown and tan argyle sweater vest over a light blue Oxford button-down shirt.
The Coordinated Couple
Here Betty and Dan dress to impress Dan’s prospective law firm colleagues. She wears a long-sleeve earth-toned plaid dress with a coordinating black V-neck sweater and a silk scarf around her neck while he dons a herringbone suit and a wide-ish tie.
Here Comes The Bride
Here comes Betty as the bride in a modest long-sleeve, high-neck lace wedding gown with an empire waist, topped by a long simple lace-trimmed veil.
Betty’s ivory-colored blouse may be ruffled, but she’s not, as she plays hostess with the mostest to the wives on the event planning committee at Dan’s law firm.
Betty wears a chevron-patterned tunic ensemble in a classic color palette from the 70s.
Belle of the Ball
Big puffy satin sleeves…red bow tie and matching pocket square…can’t lose! Betty and Dan shine in their formal wear when they make their entrance at the Blackstone Ball.
Mad About Plaid
While Betty puts her interior decorating skills to work in Dan’s new office, she shows her sense of personal style with a tan windowpane plaid wool shift dress with a drop waist over a white blouse with a jabot collar.
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Catch new episodes of Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story on USA Tuesdays at 10/9c.