See the Fashion Recap for This Week's The Mindy Project Episode

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This week's episode of The Mindy Project featured a whole lot of hijinks and a whole lot of wonderful fashion! But what else would you expect from Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling)?

The show's star kicked things off in a fun multi-colored zigzag Missoni dress with Nicholas Kirkwood suede pumps (below).

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Mindy then wore a gorgeous burgundy Valentino dress with a Peter Pan collar, which the show's costume designer Salvador Perez added a matching Michael Kors belt to (below).

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In the episode, she also wore an Issa "Maisie" stretch jacquard-knit miniskirt with a perfectly coordinating J.Crew red sweater vest, blouse, and a red headband. Mindy followed that look with a Love Moschino black sweater adorned with red roses (below).

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In the final scene, Mindy,of course,sported a pair of fun Bedhead pajamas in pink when—SPOILER ALERT!—Danny finally returned.

We also got to see some of the other cast members in some great pieces including Tamra (played by Xosha Roquemore) in a BCBG Max Azria "Queeny" printed circle skirt. Plus, Morgan (Ike Barinholtz) wore a chili pepper shirt—that's right, a chili pepper shirt, not of the Red Hot Chili Peppers variety—which was actually a last minute script addition that sent Perez to the iconic Beverly Hills shop Anto the Shirt Maker. He had to havethem custom-make the patterned shirt two days before shooting. Anto has been in business since the 1930s and has worked with everyone from Frank Sinatra to Robert DeNiro to Leonardo DiCaprio, Perez told InStyle.

But if you thought this week's episode was good,get ready for next week when Mindy and Danny's families meet for the first time. "It's a big episode," Perez told us.We may even get to see some wedding dresses—we can't wait.

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