Home for the holidays? Instead of lounging around feeling cooped up, take advantage of your downtime and get a little cinematic outfit inspiration. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite sartorially inclined movies—think high-class characters dressed to kill. Even better, you can invite your fam to join. In order to make it through our filter, these films not only had to offer some killer eye candy, but also had to be worth watching. Style, after all, is about how everything comes together!
Scroll down to see the 10 films you’ll love for their style, and shop some cozy outfits you’ll be able to get comfy in yourself!
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It’s no surprise that this memorable film is one of the most beautifully stylized of the decade; Tom Ford himself debuted the feature, offering his talented take for the movie’s wardrobe.
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This documentary follows Vogue’s editor in chief, Anna Wintour, as she preps the year’s biggest issue: With an inside look at the leading lady of fashion’s life, there’s no shortage of sartorial inspiration.
It’s not just the writing that’s captivating; the title character’s androgynous look in this Woody Allen classic changed tomboy style forever, taking Diane Keaton from an actress to a lovable style icon.
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Put Gwyneth Paltrow, Matt Damon, and Jude Law in sun-drenched 1950s Italy with a costume wardrobe to match and you’ve got yourself one impeccably stylish film. Look out for twists and turns against a visually stunning background.
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If you love fashion, you’ll fall for this film; the eponymous documentary follows New York Times style photographer Bill Cunningham as he tirelessly chronicles the ebb and flow of sartorial trends on the pavement—and red carpets—of the city.
Bonnie & Clyde
Faye Dunaway’s classic ensembles in this romanticized take on a gangster film evoke a 1930s panache: think pencil skirts, knotted scarves, and—of course—the beret.
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Any one of Wes Anderson’s eccentrically art directed films will check off the style box, but Margot’s look in The Royal Tenenbaums—eyeliner, fur, and an aggressively angular haircut—is one for the ages.
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From dramatic feathers to clouds of tulle, the carefully choreographed wardrobe in this dance-centric film offers an array of visually arresting costumes that make us want to sign up for ballet.
Breakfast at Tiffany's
A cliché by now, but also a classic for a reason; the film that marked Audrey Hepburn in our hearts and minds forever also offers an incredibly timeless take—from her sleeping mask to her carefully mussed hair—on sophisticated and stylish glamour.
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Last but not least, from ’90s grunge to ’90s glamour, this film covers all the bases of a decade of style. Did you think we’d forget the time-honored classic? As if.
What films do you love for their fashion? Tell us in the comments below!