10 Classic Movie Outifts To Copy Right Now
May 11, 2012
May 11, 2012
Katharine Hepburn, Philadelphia
Katharine Hepburn (1940): The ultimate ball-buster, this leading broad wore ladypants before it was completely socially acceptable. See how she rocks them in A Philadelphia Story? Be a pioneer in wide leg pants while everyone else is wearing skinnies.
Get Katharine's Look: L.A.M.B trousers, $144.90 from $265 at Zappos.
Jean Seberg (1960): Her effortlessly chic striped breton tops and ballet flats in French New Wave film Breathless is re-created over and over again as the perfect spring/summer transition outfit.
Get Jean's Look Today: Commes de Garcon striped top, $129 at J.Crew.
Sarah Jessica Parker: Even if the plot in Sex and the City 2 was lackluster, the clothes never disappointed, hence SJP's Halston Heritage dress that sold out before the movie was even released, due to the internet.
Halston heritage carrie
Get SJP's Look: Halston Heritage Carrie dress - rent it for $50 ($325retail) at Rent the Runway.
Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany's
Audrey Hepburn (1961) : The quintessential New York sophisticate, Holly Golightly made the little black dress more famous during her debut in Breakfast At Tiffany's. The LBD has been the go-to for fat days ever since.
Theory Black shift dress
Get Audrey's Look: Priceless dress, $325 at Theory. Then pile on your fave accessories and go!
Grace Kelly (1955) : This Pennsylvania blonde defined the word "ladylike" in her gorgeous white dress from To Catch a Thief. Ever since, brides have been trying to capture a little bit of Frances Stevens's grace in strapless wedding gowns.
Theia organza gown
Get Grace's Look Today: Theia gown, $995 at Nordstrom. Throw on a chunky necklace or go bare.
Diane Keaton (1977) : Known for her eclectic outfits and her own spin on menswear, she got to prove she could still be sexy while raiding a man's closet in Annie Hall, inspiring women everywhere to try on a tie.
annie hall vest
Get Diane's Look Today: Vest, $69.90 at Express.
Marilyn Monroe (1955) : She had men wrapped around her pinky finger. Her floaty halter neck dress (and the wind from a subway car) in The Seven Year Itch helped her catapult to iconic sex symbol status, where she's held court ever since.
Badgley miscka dress
Get Marilyn's Look: Badgley Mischka halter dress, $324 from $549 at Neiman Marcus. PS: A little red lipstick never hurt, either.
Judy Garland (1939): Let's face it, The Wizard of Oz was really all about the shoes. As the first black-and-white to color movie, those ruby slippers really popped, making them one of the most iconic and magical pairs ever, whether they transferred her to Oz and back or not. Remember those Miu Miu glitter shoes from this past fall? They were absolutely inspired by Dorothy.
Get Judy's Shoes Today: Christian Louboutin glitter slingbacks, $845 at Neiman Marcus.
Sharon Stone Basic Instinct
Sharon Stone (1992): Catherine Tramell's all-white outfit was arresting mostly because of her lack of underwear in Basic Instinct, but regardless, it made the monochromatic look totally rule.
Get Sharon's Look Today: Cape top, $345 at La Garconne.
Alicia Silverstone clueless
Alicia Silverstone: Our favorite '90s movie was filled with schoolgirl chic looks from Cher Horowitz's enviable closet: miniskirts, blazers and knee socks ruled. Not to mention it was filled with movie shopping montages galore.
Get Alicia's Look: Piper blazer, $79 at Piperlime.
10 movie looks to copy
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