15 Iconic Movie Looks You Can Recreate

by Melanie Santiago   |  Nov 30, 2014
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  1. Audrey Hepburn in Funny Face
    Think all black is passé? Audrey Hepburn makes a turtleneck and pair of loafers look très chic and ready to shake it! Think Taylor Swift’s all black ensemble in her "Shake It Off" vid.

  2. Best of Everything
    Follow the leading ladies in this late 50s flick for a lovely summer picnic type of wardrobe. To recreate this look, go for classic dresses or skirts in pencil cut, paired with long sleeved cotton tops. Scarves also add a nice touch!

  3. Audrey Hepburn Roman Holiday
    This pin shows you iconic looks donned by Lilly Collins in the movie Roman Holiday. Key pieces to recreate the look include, sleeveless plaid blouses, comfy sandals and high-wasted skirts or pants.

  4. Bonnie Parker in Bonnie & Clyde
    This criminal duo robbed in style! Get glam yet simple looks inspired by Bonnie’s no fuss wardrobe that emphasizes a tucked in waist. Click the pin for a gallery of her outfits.

  5. Jean Seberg in Breathless
    Add a French flare to your closet with staple pieces like a striped shirt, cropped pants and loafers. Complete the look with a winged liner and a red lip ala Jean Seberg.

  6. Suzy Bishop in Moonrise Kingdom
    Seek adventure in chic style by banking on details like a peter pan collar, knee high socks or a pair of black and white oxford. Follow Suzy Bishop’s carefree vibe.

  7. Jenny in Love Story
    The look from this movie is perfect for dates. Bank on bold red pieces like a cute dress and a khaki trench coat. Finish the look by adding gold dainty accessories like long necklaces or a plaid scarf.

  8. Samantha Baker in Sixteen Candles
    Layer a sweatshirt over a floral dress for a youthful vibe; add key pieces like a straw fedora hat and a cute backpack to channel Samantha Baker in Sixteen Candles.

  9. Madonna in Desperately Seeking Susan
    Rock an '80s glam look in this flick. Remember to go big on accessories, layered necklaces with Madonna’s iconic one sided dangling earring.

  10. Molly Ringwald Pretty in Pink
    Flowy baby pink dresses make for a perfect Lolita look. To complete the look, try nude lips with a lined eye.

  11. Sandy Olson in Grease
    Channel this edgy character by wearing a black off the shoulder top, leather pants and gold hoop earrings. Don’t forget to add a statement belt to tie off the whole look.

  12. Lydia Deetz in Beetlejuice
    An all-black ensemble need not be reserved for Halloween, by wearing the right pieces you can pull off a cool and dramatic vibe. Take inspiration from this modern take on Lydia’s style from Beetlejuice. Note the blazer, dress and leather ankle boots.

  13. Wizard of Oz
    Channel a modern Dorothy by donning glitter heels and red nail polish to match. Click the pin for themed outfits that are up to date and still pull off the characters’ style.

  14. Alice in Wonderland
    Off to a tea party? Alice’s light blue dress is the perf look! Add quirky pieces like checkered  bows or rabbit accents for a cuter appeal.

  15. Grace Kelly in High Society
    Grace Kelly is the epitome of effortless chic. This particular look shows off basic pieces in olive green hues in loose fabric cinched at the waist. This is great if you’re after a casual and comfy vibe.

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