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Unexpected Holiday Movie Favorites

To help breathe new life into the traditional holiday movie lineup, we polled the offices, asking fellow ModEmployees what their less traditional holiday film favorites may be. Their answers may surprise you!

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Fashion in Film: Beetlejuice

Fashion in Film: Beetlejuice via The ModCloth Blog

Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, be forewarned — this October, our Beetlejuice edition of Fashion in Film brings forth no ordinary style story.

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Fashion in Film: Heathers

If you thought your high school experience was a drag, just hit ‘play’ on the 1988 film Heathers. Rife with padded shoulders, scrunchies, and fully-blown hair, this campy, dark comedy is an ’80s-style soft-focus dream come true.

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Fashion in Film: Clue

Was it Mrs. Peacock in the study with the knife? Everyone’s favorite super-sleuthing board game comes to life in 1985′s Clue. Between Miss Scarlett’s red lips and Mrs. Peacock’s gilded gold dress, there’s plenty of fashion to appreciate while you collect the facts to solve the crime.

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Our Creative Team’s Favorite Coming-of-Age Flicks

Looking for a few new (and old) movies to add to your must-watch list? In the spirit of back-to-school season, we asked our Creative Team to share a few of their favorite films featuring those ever-charming growing pains we remember from our days of youth.

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Fashion in Film: Now and Then

Fashion in Film: Now and Then via The ModCloth Blog

Looking for a nostalgic summer flick to beat the heat? Nineties film Now and Then’s combo of fashion and friendship might just be the perfect antidote.

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Fashion in Film: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

What do science fiction, cross-dressing aliens, and choreographed dancing all have in common? The makings of the 1975 cult classic, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, of course!

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Movie Title Stills from the Past Bestill Our Hearts


All images via The Movie Title Stills Collection. Above, Citizen Kane, 1941.

The Movie Title Stills Collection is like a candy store for type and film nerds alike. Whether you’re looking for weekly movie night fodder or have a …

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Fashion in Film: The Blob

The Blob

Get ready for company, because this is the summer of alien invasions. Hollywood headliners such as Prometheus and Men in Black 3 are ushering extraterrestrials earthward in droves, inspiring us to dig up one of our favorite alien flicks, The Blob.

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Fashion in Film: Troop Beverly Hills

A story of friendship and fashion, Troop Beverly Hills is an iconic ode to late ’80s style — complete with leotards, oversized florals, and shopping trips galore. You’ll come away saying, “Beverly Hills — what a thrill!”

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Fashion in Film: Moonrise Kingdom

Take Wes Anderson’s latest film, Moonrise Kingdom, as a sign of two things — that summer is finally here, and that come this Halloween, many a Margot Tenenbaum costume will be retired in favor of one inspired by the impeccably dressed characters in this summer film.

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Fashion in Film: A League of Their Own

There’s only one thing more exciting to a New England girl than authentic clam chowder, and that’s when the Red Sox take to the field on Opening Day. Though I’m far away from my hometown team, there is one way for me to combine my love of baseball with my day job, and that’s by reflecting on one of the best sports movies of all-time –A League of Their Own.

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Honey Kennedy’s Fave Looks from Classic Flicks

We invited Jen of fashion and lifestyle blog Honey Kennedy to round up some looks to mimic a few of her favorite classic-film stars. Take a peek for a little flick-inspired fun!

Funny Face (1957), starring Audrey Hepburn as Jo

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Fashion in Film: Miracle on 34th Street

There are very few things that I love more than New York City, but one of them is New York when it’s decked out for the holidays. If you can’t make it to the Big Apple in December, Miracle on 34th Street is a pretty great way to see the sights while taking in some classic 1940′s fashion.

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