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Meghan Markle

Who's one of your favorite designers that your character, Rachel, wears on the show?

A lot of Zac Posen. His designs are corporate-sexy, and he really embraces curves.

Has being on a show with such well-dressed guys made you rethink about how the men in your life dress?

It's funny—my husband actually has a really relaxed sense of style. He'll just wear a button-down and jeans, or an easy black crewneck shirt with boating shoes. But the boys on our show wear all Tom Ford, and all this incredibly tailored, gorgeous suiting. So it does make you develop an appreciation for that sort of thing.

How do you feel about borrowed-from-the-boys style?

I think Diane Keaton probably did it best, way back in the day—that was an example of a perfect man's suit on a woman. Now, I think it's more about structure. Rachel will often wear a tight, high-waisted pencil skirt with a men's button-down, and it's got this really sexy dichotomy about it.

If you could pick anyone to guest star on Suits, who would it be?

I would love—if we're gonna reach high here—Charlize Theron. I mean, who wouldn't want to work with her?

Gina Torres

Do you think Suits is raising the bar for how men should dress?

I think it's lifting the standards for every man! I personally love a man whos well-dressed, who thinks about what he puts on. The word "metrosexual" has been way overused and way misunderstood, but my parents come from a generation when you really took pride in how you looked. You "groomed," but it didn't make you less of a man, or make you vain...it made you proud.

Who's one of your favorite designers to wear in real life?

L'Wren Scott is brilliant. And she's about 6'4, so she knows how to design for tall women!

Sarah Rafferty

Style-wise, do you have anything in common with Donna, your character?

Well, on the show, they put me in these beautiful dresses: Prada, Lanvin, Armani, Victoria Beckham...but in real life, I mean, I'm a mom! So right now I'm loving Elizabeth and James a lot. And who doesn't love J.Crew?

What's your favorite borrowed-from-the-boys trend?

Blazers, for sure. Because you can get really sexy with them, keeping that boyish cut while still showing some décolletage...