She might have been one, if not the only black face at Bayside High on television’s beloved teen dream comedy, “Saved By the Bell,” but she was hands down the most fashionable student in that place. A hopeful fashion designer, Lark Voorhies’ character of Lisa Turtle was the definition of feminine with her curly hair and flirty, fluffy skirts, cute blouses, and colorful, shoulder-padded up blazers. While I spent half of my time watching “Saved By Bell” to see Zack Morris (*swoon*), I spent the other half scoping out Lisa’s style. She never disappointed.
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