Breakfast at Tiffany’s
La Dolce Vita
The Royal Tenenbaums
my fair lady, the scene at the races. call me old fashioned but they hats were amazing!
the whole movie had fashion and attitude style.
Blowup is one of my all-time favourites… along with Grey Gardens and La Dolce Vita. Another very stylish movie is the French film Breathless. Gotta love the female lead’s pixie haircut, cute t-shirts, and stylish dresses.
“Okay, so you’re probably going, “Is this like a Noxzema commercial or what?” But seriously, I actually have a way normal life for a teenage girl.”
Clueless is seriously one of my all time favs!
Heathers reigns supreme.
Imitation of Life!
Lana Turner’s & Sandra Dee’s & even Sue Kohner’s ensembles are all totally inspired.
grease 2 and switchblade sisters are up there for me. there are just too many! and desperately seeking susan.
Annie Hall, gotta love Diane Keaton’s unique fashion sense for that time. She really pulled off the “boy” look to make it sexy for woman to wear mens clothing. I used to wear a floppy hat when I was a teenager and someone went up to me and said “hey Annie”, I never figured it out until years later that they meant Annie Hall/Diane Keaton reference, so needless to say I was flattered after figuring it out LOL
Emily Watson’s wardrobe in the movie Hillary & Jackie was absolutely spectacular and is without question among my top 5…
dude! these are wonderful and all, but how can you omit ‘Ã bout de souffle’?! i mean, srsly!
I’m loving these suggestions…if only we could make a Top 50!!!!
Im just throwing this out there, but what about “Rosemary’s Baby”?
Mia Farrow’s pixie cut alone created a huge fad, not to mention her adorable wardrobe. Plus, Ruth Gordon’s eccentric style was someting to talk about, and added to her crazy character.
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