Film Outfits That Will Pass to The History (But Not Fashionable)

For decades the film has served to inspire thousands of people when it comes to dress. And it is there changing that will be passed to the history by his genius. Are so ideal that as much as the years pass not never goes out of fashion, Although they do become history. Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Thelma & Louise, The Devil Wears Prada… what will be your choice?

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Outfits of films that will go down in history (but not fashionable)

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1/18 Judy Garland in the wizard of Oz (1939)

Who has not dreamed any time look on her feet some slippers Ruby as the Dorothy? This film marked both generation after generation that Hedi Slimane presented the same shoes in his collection fall-winter 2014 / 2015.

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2/18 Rita Hayworth in Gilda (1946)

In a pick up to the history of cinema and fashion should not stop Lake to Rita Hayworth in Gilda. Her black dress with satin gloves set is mythical.

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3/18 Ava Gardner and Grace Kelly in Mogambo (1953)

The safari looks took another sense thanks to Ava Gardner and Grace Kelly in the film Mogambo.

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4/18 Marilyn Monroe in gentlemen prefer blondes (1953)

A legendary outfit of the most famous blonde in the film is that starring in the film gentlemen prefer blondes. A Bubblegum pink dress with gloves game.

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5/18 Marilyn Monroe in the live up (1955)

If we think of Marilyn Monroe there is automatically a dress that comes to mind: white, with V-neckline and skirt raised. Sexy with very little.

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6/18 Grace Kelly in to catch a thief (1955)

Speaking of dresses gala and a personified style is to speak of Grace Kelly in the movie of Alfred Hitchcock traps a thief. Your dress in sky-blue not goes out of fashion with the passage of the years.

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7/18 Grace Kelly in to catch a thief (1955)

The same goes for white with strapless neckline and draped dress.

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8/18 Audrey Hepburn in breakfast at Tiffany (1961)

One of the most adored movie outfits of all time (at the same time that copied) is Audrey Hepburn in breakfast at Tiffany. The first scene of the film see the actress wear a little black dress with dark glasses, Pearl Necklace and high monkey. With very little is accomplished much.

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9/18 Diane Keaton in Annie Hall (1977)

A male style invaded the closet of Diane Keaton when she played next to Woody Allen to Annie Hall. Her outfit of beige trousers, white shirt, tie and vest has been the most imitated, and today still Molano.

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10/18 Olivia Newton-John in Grease (1978)

Never an outfit as simple as some leggings in black, shirt of the same color and Red mules have given so much of himself. The final scene of Grease is legendary, and his wardrobe more.

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11/18 Jennifer Grey in Dirty Dancing (1987)

Crop top and high-waisted jeans. We face a look of this past summer? No, we are talking about Dirty Dancing.

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12/18 Jessica Rabbit in who framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)

A woman’s sexy and a suggestive outfit is the redhead that more damage has been done in cinema: Jessica Rabbit.

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13/18 julia Roberts in Pretty Woman (1990)

If we talk about Pretty Woman, one of the most mythical scenes is its red ball gown with white gloves. Perhaps the most famous outfit of the film is their dress cut out in blue and white, though not for the beautiful thing that is…

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14/18 Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis in Thelma and Louise (1991)

Thelma and Louise left us very good outfits to go of roadtrip? The case is a casual look but cool is achieved in two.

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15/18 Alicia Silverstone in Clueless (1995)

If we talk about fashion in film we can not stop side to Clueless. Among all their mythical outfits I’ll stick with the set of blazer and pleated Plaid tartan in yellow miniskirt.

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16/18 Anne Hathaway in the Devil Wears Prada (2006)

In a deep state of reverie. So I stay while I see the movie the Devil Wears Prada where Andy wears clothes from top designers. A total black look always comes in handy to inspire our daily.

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17/18 Sarah Jessica Parker in sex in New York (2008)

The television series sex in New York awoke in me the desire to play with fashion, and when the film arrived I freaked out (more) with their outfits. Among them was engraved in my memory that rested on a green floral dress, Matthew Williamson for H & M belt, Dior sandals and bag in the form of Timmy Woods of Eiffel Tower.

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18/18 Keira Knightley in Atonement (2007)

The film Atonement has a wardrobe of luxury, and between all the looks I’ll stick with a green dress worn by Keira Knightley and signed by Jaqueline Durran satin.

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