The Best New Fashion-Girl Movies Coming to Netflix

Netflix has a movie or series on demand for every kind of viewer, including the fashionable set. We've outlined the full selection of amazing documentaries and stylish movies earlier this year, but we just got word that that the streaming service will be adding a handful of cult favorites this summer. As of July 1, we can binge-watch films like Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and Mean Girls. And who doesn't love a lazy Sunday marathon of notably fashion-forward movies? 

Keep scrolling to read about the movies every fashion girl will be adding her queue this summer.

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

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The 1953 film adaptation of the famous musical stars none other than Marilyn Monroe, who plays diamond-loving showgirl Lorelei Lee. While Lorelei prefers the finer things courtesy of the men in her life, BFF and fellow showgirl Dorothy Shaw (played by Jane Russell) would rather date the hotties regardless of their wealth. There's plenty of over-the-top baubles and elegant fashion in this film, including the iconic pink gown Monroe wore for the "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" musical number.

Mean Girls

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Lindsay Lohan made her mark in film and fashion with her role as Cady Heron in the cult classic Mean Girls. The film was destined for success—Tina Fey wrote the screenplay based on a self-help book about social cliques in high school, and from that, the Plastics were born. Cady starts off as an outsider with no sense of style and makes her way into the popular group, eventually becoming the Queen Bee. The Plastics wear pink on Wednesdays, and almost every fashion trend of the 2000s makes a cameo throughout the comedy. It's no wonder this group of fictitious ladies has even appeared in fashion memes.

Working Girl

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You can't talk about a '80s power suit without bringing up the throwback style of Working Girl. The story of Staten Island secretary Tess McGill, played by Melanie Griffith, takes place in an office on Wall Street and captures the fashion trends of the decade perfectly. Griffith's character gets a serious makeover as she transforms her style to become a more refined, suit-wearing businesswoman.

Honey

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While not exactly critically acclaimed, who can resist Jessica Alba pulling out the best moves in Honey? A curly-haired Alba shows off her dance skills playing Honey Daniels, a bartender, record store clerk, and dance teacher with big dreams of becoming a backup dancer and choreographing music videos. From all-white ensembles to midriff-baring crop tops, this movie is chock full of athleisure inspo from Alba and company.

Which movie will you be watching first? Tell us in the comments.

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