It's 2007, and Leslie is all about the layers. From the hair to the blazer, high shine is a crucial factor for this glossy look.
The "Golden Girl" (Season 3, 2008)
A subtle but powerful look for Season's 3's Joyce Goldstein special. Notice how the Check, Please! team have striven for consistency by matching Leslie's jacket, the cushion behind her and — to a lesser extent — the champagne to her hair color.
The "She Bangs" (Season 4, 2009)
It's 2009, and Leslie's bangs are determined to take center stage. This was, alas, the last time she matched her jacket to the on-set fruit.
The "Beehive Babe" (Season 6, 2011)
A rare half-up, half-down outing at Sbrocco HQ, beautifully reminiscent of the Swinging Sixties. If you'd like Leslie to wear her hair up more often, send your petition to the Check, Please! Facebook Page and we'll pass it to the producers.
The "Blowout 'N Beads" (Season 7, 2012)
Frankly exceptional blow-dry work as we approach the Leslie look we know and love today. We haven't seen those beads on her in a while, though. If you'd like to see that changed, you know where to send your petition!
The "Marine Layer" (Season 8, 2013)
Inspired by the frequent seafood restaurants on Check, Please! and her pearl necklace, Leslie's hair embraces the wave, enhanced by a top that's the exact color of a Bay Area morning at the beach.
The "Animal Attraction" (Season 9, 2014)
One of our very favorite looks from last season: animal print, red lips, gold accessories. Raise a glass!
The "Alice in Wonderland" (2014)
In addition to her leather and leopardprint combo, Leslie's key accessory here is the gigantic glass of wine. Somehow, it still doesn't make her hair look small.
BONUS: The "Guten Tag" (2014)
Here we find an Oktoberfest Frau Leslie pairing an authentic German dirndl skirt with (rare) pigtails. Alles klar!
Cheers to you, Leslie!