Fashionable Films

The weekend is upon us and if you are needing a little “r & r” and fashion inspiration check out these movies that inspire even the jeans and tees gal to go in her closet and get dressed to the nines! Many of these are great movies with beautiful and stylish actresses get their scenes stolen by the clothing they are wearing. So kick back with some popcorn and enjoy!

1. Breakfast At Tiffany’s (anything with Audrey Hepburn, she is a true fashion icon, also check out Roman Holiday and Sabrina)

2. Marie Antoinette (the original fashionista)

3. American Gigolo (the movie that made Armani and Richard Gere famous)

4. To Catch A Thief (Grace Kelly, Cary Grant and Alfred Hitchcock need I say more)

5. Desperately Seeking Susan (1980’s fashion in all its glory, also check out Pretty in Pink for more 80’s style)

6. The Thomas Crown Affair (Rene Russo was the picture of perfection)

7. The Devil Wears Prada (drool worthy couture)

8. Pretty Woman (the shopping spree is every girl’s dream)

9. Clueless (inspiring 1990’s fashion) and Legally Blond (modern version of Clueless)

10. The Great Gatsby (fashion from my favorite time period, plus 1920’s fashion seems to be making a resurgence)

Let me know what are your favorite fashionable films, who have I left out?


Filed under fashion, Movies

3 responses to “Fashionable Films

  1. I loved “Down With Love” with Renee Zellweger. I do not know if that counts as a fashionable movie, but I adored the fashion in the movie.

  2. I loved Marie Antoinette. What a beautiful film. And the shoes!

  3. Sepiafashionista

    Three of my favorite fashion films are The Women, The Best of Everything, and How To Marry a Millionaire. Old school glamour at its finest!

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