The Timeline of Fashion Through 10 Movie Favorites
Jan 29, 2011 - by Nicole Vardo
It doesn't really matter where you are or where you're going, what they say is true you can find fashion anywhere, or at least inspiration. From everyday life to the hours of television we might spend watching, throughout time it's always a good way to go back a couple years and review all the pop-culture and bizarre fashions of our past style movie favorites. From the wicked 90's fur to crazy six inch flip-flops let the nostalgia or regrets begin!
Clueless (1995)- If this 90's classic wasn't already on your top 10 movies list of style and rich girl ways well then start jotting! Alicia Silverstone is the best prepster out there, and no matter how old we are or how many fashion trends pass by Clueless will always remain a fashion favorite... through knee-high socks, more than enough argyle to handle, feminine school girl blazzers and especially because Britney Murphy was in it too!
Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion (1997)- A little on the dumb-ass side and I'm pretty sure no one would wear as much metallic and glitter as these two on screen best friends, but it's still fun to watch their adventure in going back to their high school reunion and dominating the Madonna-inspired blasts from the pasts.
Spice World (1997)- Victoria Beckham's style may be taking over the style headlines a lot more than the Spice Girls do now, but it doesn't mean that we would ever forget baby spice, scary spice, ginger spice, posh spice, sporty spice, or any other spices that I'm forgetting in between!
Jawbreaker (1999)- Catty and backstabbing what other way would a girl like their movies, when you accidentally kill your best friend in your favorite pumps?
The Virgin Suicides (1999)- When it comes to Kristen Dunst's careless ways she makes any film look awesome! Sofia Coppola (director) filmed the movie in an angelic sort of sunlight state, and with the simplicity of the style on the girls, from sundresses to school outfits, the obsession of five boys falling in love with mysterious sisters begins, and they watch them on the road to suicide.
Factory Girl (2006)- Starring Sienna Miller as Edie Sedgwick a muse of all muses for the New York City life style of Andy Warhol. Not to mention, Mary-Kate Olsen gets her five minutes of fame getting to rock the furs and the smoking glam of this crazy 1960's fashion filled film.
500 Days of Summer (2009)- Zooey Deschanel would be the perfect heart breaking type girl, with her vintage dresses and humorous ways as she completes every girls dream to crush the boy who's insanely in love with her in nonchalant ways.
Whip It (2009)- Ellen Page plays a rebellious small town girl who creates a wicked life for herself in Austin, TX. And along with Drew Barrymoore and Landon Pigg she rocks her indie-child style with combat boots, random skirts, and bizarre rock band tees!
The Runaways (2010)- When hearing the names Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart you don't normally think of one on one girl make out sessions or drug addict... which in their case would be a good thing but luckily these two actresses rocked the hell out of bringing the Joan Jett and Cherie Curie's wild child style to life!
Black Swan (2010)- Obviously what kind of timeline would this be without listing Natalie Portman's surprise act of dealing with perfection and giving us a mental image of just how good Rodarte ballet wear could be!