Fashion

7 Most Fashionable Movies Ever

Into fashion and looking for a good movie for some inspiration? These 7 movies are a fashionista’s dream with great looks throughout ! Check them out if you are looking for more inspiration from different decades.

  1. Clueless (1995)

    Clueless is no doubt my favorite movie! The cast of this movie looked like “total Bettys” with their knee-high socks and matching sets. This movie features great 90’s fashion that still inspires people today.

  2. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)

    What would a fashion movie list be without Breakfast At Tiffany’s? Audrey Hepburn slayed as Holly Golightly and her little black dress with pearls became a staple item and classic, must-have for fashionistas around the world!

  3. Devil Wears Prada (2006)

    This movie not only features not only great fashion choices, but also an inside look on what it may be like to work in the New York fashion industry.

  4. Grease(1978 but based in the 50s)

    Sandy started off wearing girly full skirts with sweaters but at the end she transformed and wore an all-black skintight catsuit.

  5. The Great Gatsby (based in the 20s)

    This story line was based in The Jazz Age, where the “flapper” look became very popular. These women wore loose dresses, lots of fringe and pretty headpieces.

  6. Pretty In Pink (1986)

    Molly Ringwald rocked many outfits that were so 80’s! They may be over the top to some people, but they were fashionable and inspiring to others.

  7. Heathers (1989)

    Another 80s flick, in which the popular “Heathers” girls donned themselves in shoulder padded blazers, long skirts and colored tights.

All of this movies mentioned above have great story lines as well, but the fashion in them really caught my eye! Which of these movies is your favorite? What other movies have great fashion looks? Comment below!

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