By Jake Flanagin
Lucille 1 puts Lucille 2 on the stand--pink vs. plum.

Lucille 1 puts Lucille 2 on the stand--pink vs. plum.

The residents of Balboa Bay Towers abide by a strict uniform: the more colorful, the better! The Lucilles (Bluth and Austero), as Grande Dames of Balboa Bay, are no exceptions. Whether its a green and gold palm frond-patterned blouse, or an eye-wateringly mauve pantsuit, it's hard to see which Lucille "wore it best." So we'll let you be the judge.

Lucille 1 in one of her more sombre pieces, by which I mean it has some white in it.

Lucille 1 in one of her more sombre pieces, by which I mean it has some white in it.

Lucille 2, looking sharp even after being attacked by an ostrich in heat. (We won't ask where she got the boa.)

Lucille 2, looking sharp even after being attacked by an ostrich in heat. (We won't ask where she got the boa.)

Because why not?

Because why not?

An appropriately vegetal pre-juice bender blouse.

An appropriately vegetal pre-juice bender blouse.

Because who doesn't own a teal exercise blazer?

Because who doesn't own a teal exercise blazer?

There may be a 3-foot difference in their respective heights, but the Austero siblings share a flair for style.

There may be a 3-foot difference in their respective heights, but the Austero siblings share a flair for style.

I'm not sure Lucille 1 has an appropriate wardrobe for her newfound "Invisible Girl" status.

I'm not sure Lucille 1 has an appropriate wardrobe for her newfound "Invisible Girl" status.

Immaculately styled, even post-juice bender.

Immaculately styled, even post-juice bender.

A shark-- ahem, excuse me, flamingo in the courtroom.

A shark-- ahem, excuse me, flamingo in the courtroom.

You'd think their friendship was based on little more than a shared love for taffeta flower brooches.

You'd think their friendship was based on little more than a shared love for taffeta flower brooches.