People take movies in different ways, but we fashionistas always take them as sources of styling inspiration. The outfits of the characters play a very important role in completing every character’s personality. If you look at the outfits of all the actors closely, you will realize that they are designed in contrast to the theme of their background. That’s how important a role they play in a movie, and to be honest, that’s what we focus on the most after the storyline.
From the classic Bane Coat in the Batman movies to the gorgeous outfits of Anne Hathaway in The Devil Wears Prada, there is so much to look forward to. If you are a person who always dresses up as your favorite characters from the movies and adds some variations to make it look like your ‘thing,’ then surely you are a genius. Winters are here, so slay this season, too, with this compilation of winter outfits inspired by the faces you adore on the screens.
- When Harry Met Sally (1989):
Starting with the most popular rom-com of the ’80s, When Harry Met Sally. The movie is still alive in the entertainment as well as the fashion world. Out of so many powerful outfits consisting of retro-styled high-waisted jeans and trousers, dresses with puffy sleeves, and oversized blazers, we have picked the super-casual winter outfits of both Harry and Sally.
Both were standing in the apartment shot wearing the comfiest knits. Sally was dressed up in a red-colored turtleneck, and Harry was wearing a white-colored fisherman sweater. Harry paired it with jeans, and Sally once wore it with a black pencil skirt and then styled the same red turtleneck with a maroon blazer and mom jeans. Meg Ryan knows how to look eye candy every time, doesn’t she?
Recreating this look is so simple and easy. All you need to finish the look is a nice pair of Chelsea boots in black or brown, patterned or polka dots tights, or only a skirt. You can also layer the cute knits with any top layer of your choice. Well, yes, if you want to be Sally, don’t forget to put on her iconic red lipstick!
- The Royal Tenenbaums (2001):
Who could forget the classic golden coat of Gwyneth Paltrow, aka Margot in The Royal Tenenbaums? No one. The jacket depicted her royal personality perfectly, and to be honest, there is no better winter coat than this fur coat. The Royal Tenenbaums features some other gorgeous top layers, but we will discuss this classic honey coat.
Let’s copy the style of Margot by pairing a midi skirt with a t-shirt and tights or jeans outfit. This outfit is perfect for a casual event. Now, if the event is a rather formal one, then pair the classic Margot faux fur overcoat with a cute mini dress (or you can go knee-length, too), leggings, and loafers. A knit sweater or cardigan will also go as the base of the coat.
Boots look classy with this outfit too. To finish off the outlook, part your hair in a side style, and fill your eyes with as much liner as you can. Remember, Margot doesn’t know how to smile, so no curve on your face!
- An Education (2009):
‘An Education’ takes us through a rollercoaster ride into a world where the refinement and sophistication of British communities were influenced more by the ways of Paris instead of London. And that’s the main reason why we saw the main lead, Carey Mulligan, and other characters rocking some amazing top layers, and outfits, and hairstyles inspired by the French. The movie is set in the ’60s and has so many classic vintage pieces!
Here, we are going to discuss the outfit of Rosamond Pike, aka Helen. She wore so many breathtaking outfits, from the sleek satin slip dresses to the traditional trench coats. Her iconic Audrey Hepburn hairstyle looked even more elegant when she wore a leopard printed faux coat over a gorgeous black outfit. She accessorized the look with a red knotted headband, a red mini crossbody bag, and the same red-colored court shoes. This look is the perfect depiction of Helen’s signature personality.
- The Devil Wears Prada (2006):
This name is the one that pops out before anyone else’s whenever the discussion is about fashion. There is not much to say about this movie but to see with your own eyes. From designer shoes and bags to coats and clothes, anything was not out of the collections of Chanel, Jimmy Choo, Saint Laurent, and Dior.
Take inspiration from the outfit styling of Miranda Priestly with hats and coats. There is no single outfit that is not classy, but here we appreciate the white tailored coat that Anne Hathaway wore as Andy Sachs in the movie. The gorgeous white full-length coat needed no bottom, and the belt on the waist enhanced her curves perfectly.
But if it’s cold outside, you can’t go with naked legs, right? Go for black tights as the bottom. She styled the look with a white beret, white gloves, and a big white bag. Slip-on some sleek boots or heels and add this gorgeous white coat outfit into your winter outfits collection — they are going to lift your look within minutes.
- The Great Gatsby (2013):
2020 is soon going to end, and it’s time for a New Year Party! There is no time better than this to rock the glittery dress of Carey Mulligan that she wore as Daisy Buchanan in The Great Gatsby. The super-sexy sparkly slip dress stole the show, with just the perfect pairing of a shearling faux bomber jacket. She accessorized the look with some eye-catchy jewelry pieces, making her personality like the one of an irresistible diva. Wear a crystal embedded headband and high heels with this outfit, and rock the festive winter look.
So, are you still going for the Bane Coat? Even if you are still stuck to it, there is absolutely no wrong with it, but we are damn sure that these outfits have changed your mind. So, which one is your new favorite now?