5 'Gilmore Girls' Staples We Hope Get Revived Along With the Series

Gilmore Girls Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel - H 2014
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Gilmore Girls Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel - H 2014

Because nostalgia.

Unless you've been living in a Stars Hollow-sized town with limited access to pop culture news, you've probably heard that Gilmore Girls is returning to the small screen for a series revival at Netflix.

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In anticipation of the return of Lorelai, Rory and the rest of the Gilmore crew, we've rounded up five of our favorite character quirks and staples that we hope to see when the show returns. Warning: Nostalgia may cause "Where You Lead" to be stuck in your head for the next few hours.

1. Luke Danes' Baseball Caps

Because let's be honest — he's not really Luke (Scott Patterson) without a backward baseball cap and a sour attitude.

2. Sookie St. James' Bandanas

The lovable chef Sookie's (Melissa McCarthy) quirky sense of style included a colorful collection of bandanas ideal for holding back wild pigtails.

3. Lorelai Gilmore's Coffee Addiction

Despite all the love connections on the show over the course of its seven seasons, Lorelai's (Lauren Graham) relationship with caffeine was the truest, deepest love of them all.

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4. Rory Gilmore's Sweaters

Rory (Alexis Bledel), the bookish character whose multiple relationships gave hope to nerdy girls everywhere, had the comfiest, coziest sweaters we ever did see.

5. Emily Gilmore's Sweater Sets and Tweeds

Despite Emily Gilmore's (Kelly Bishop) rather tumultuous relationship with her daughter, we couldn't help but love the always-put-together, always-sassy matriarch, who was never without the perfect tweed pantsuit or sweater set (topped with pearls, of course).