Every now or then a film comes where fashion becomes a crucial role. It is quite amusing to see that films not only affects us mentally but also sometimes defines our style. Here are some Iconic fashion looks from films-
Diana Keaton wore a slouchy blazer, trousers, and a necktie by Ralph Lauren which influenced many people in the late 70s. The best part of Diana Keaton’s clothing was that she chose and wore her own outfits throughout the movie. People called her crazy but this look was the iconic look and made women to wear oversized, mannish blazers over vests, billowy trousers or long skirts, and boots. This look is also referred as the ‘Annie Hall’ look.
Hepburn has always been a fashion influence for all people from all decades. Her fashion sense especially in Breakfast at Tiffany’s was simple but adapted by all. Her black dress, whether long or short can be worn in a cocktail or even to go to Tiffany’s. Her style of holding an oversized cigarette holder actually became quite iconic in the 20th centaury American cinema
Grace Kelly truly defines elegance in her style. Her iconic look emits the 50’s style of red lips, slinky gowns and full skirts. Grace Kelly is truly a princess, be it of a country or of the fashion world.
Grease highlighted the style of 1950’s- kitten heals, long skirts, capris, rolled over jeans. It defined style for both men and women be it Olivia Newton’s famous catsuit or Travolta’s leather jackets and tight tees.
Slinky dresses, knee socks, flashy jewelry and short skirts. Cher and her friends really do symbolize the style of the teenage style in that decade. People envied her revolving wardrobe and online shopping (well I did). They also made large hats, nose rings and braided hair come in fashion.
Be it the TV series or the movie, Carrie Bradshaw inspires us in all. She along with her besties popularized unknown designers and showed of there separate looks with different textures, accessories and vibrant colors. Who can forget the iconic wedding dress of Carrie Bradshaw by Vivienne Westwood or there, if I may say ‘mouthwatering’ jewelry?