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23 Times Jenna Ortega Dressed Just Like Wednesday Addams

She’s creepy and she’s kooky.

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Jenna Ortega attends the World Premiere Of Netflix's "Wednesday" at Hollywood Legion Theater on Nove...
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The Wednesday actor has been in her gothic bag since starring in the Netflix series, but her love of the spooky aesthetic actually goes back years. Check out every time Jenna Ortega has channeled Wednesday Addams.

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Ortega brought her Wednesday sensibilities well into the new year. She started 2024 off in a sheer corset and cargo pants — all in her trademark black, of course.
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Whether she’s at fashion week or the Met Gala (more on that ahead), Ortega stays true to her moody aesthetic. In this case, she donned a steampunk-adjacent skirt suit for Dior’s Spring/Summer 2024 show.
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Ortega was right on the mark at the Karl Lagerfeld-themed 2023 Met Gala, calling upon her iconic character in a Victorian-era steampunk mini.
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At an official Netflix Wednesday event, Ortega rocked a striped blazer that could’ve been straight out of her Nevermore wardrobe.
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In her kooky goth era, Ortega channeled both Wednesday and Beetlejuice — two Tim Burton projects — with this striped suit set. Ortega was even cast in the latter’s sequel.
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The actor’s time as a prep school girlie clearly rubbed off on her. She channeled her on-screen persona in a suit set that gave boarding school vibes.
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At the Scream VI red carpet, Ortega served spicy Nevermore academia in a plunging white shirt-dress and an open-style blazer by Jean Paul Gaultier.
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At the 29th SAG Awards, the actor wore a look perfect for her next Rave’n Dance — a spicy, strapless archival Versace gown that shows hella leg.
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For Couture Week, Ortega wore a backless Saint Laurent gown with a mysterious hood, a style that has dominated red carpets lately.
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Serving Nevermore Academy realness, Ortega wore a black pantsuit with a white button-up and black tie. The look is similar to her school uniform in the show.
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Ortega donned a sheer, ruched, one-shoulder Saint Laurent gown looking like a sultry goth vixen.
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For the world premiere of Wednesday, the actor wore a lacy black wedding gown courtesy of Versace SS23, with a black veil and all.
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Before appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Ortega was spotted in an asymmetric Dion Lee dress with lacy cutouts and Louboutin heels. This might be her best look ever, TBH.
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I am obsessed with the wide-leg pant and white lapel on this sleek RVN pantsuit. She really leveled up a classic.
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The leather trenchcoat over this lacy Valentino dress is absolutely superb. No notes.
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The structured silhouette on this shoulder-baring Valentino minidress is incredible, and the pairing with the patent leather platforms takes it up several notches.
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Prior her role as the sinister daughter of family Addams, Ortega was channeling that energy in a sheer black and white Monsoori gown.
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Giving Wednesday all the way back in 2018. This Oscar de la Renta dress has all the coolest design elements — feathers, sheer, and tulle.
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This latex set feels like the super spy version of Wednesday Addams. Spicy, saucy, cool.
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The collared dress is so on-brand with Ortega’s gothic character, even years before her role in the Netflix series.
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This layered black minidress ensemble looks like it’s straight out of the Wednesday costume department.
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The 1920s pinstripes on this jumpsuit are giving major Gomez Addams vibes.
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Ortega wore checker-print several times in the Netflix show, harkening back to her early red carpet days.

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