Let me preface this story by saying this: If you haven't seen A Star Is Born yet, get yourself to a theater this weekend and (spoiler alert!) bring tissues. If you have already seen it and are still listening to the soundtrack on repeat (just me?), let's take a minute to talk about the outfits. Now, this film is in no way a fashion movie—the opening storyline actually explicitly requires it not to be.
Not to spoil anything for you, but her outfits aren't anything sensational—and that's precisely the point. The plotline asks you to take Ally at face value and recognize her for her talent instead of her external looks. However, she does have a few outfits that are completely worth noting—with flashes of rock 'n' roll chain belts on her Miaou pants (a fashion girl–favorite brand, may I point out) in one scene and fall 2018's favorite leopard trend popping up on her Hudson jeans in another. So, if you, like me, can't stop thinking about (and listening to) A Star Is Born, let's take another look at the four outfits worth replicating.
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When Jackson surprised Ally by pulling her up on stage to sing the duet she penned with him, she was wearing the aforementioned Miaou pants. Not only is Miaou an It brand right now, but chain belts are having a major moment. Simply add a white tee, and your look is set.
For Ally's first festival performance, she chose a sheer polka-dot blouse that is very of-the-moment right now. I personally would skip the choker and add statement '80s earrings, but maybe that's just me.
And now an honorable mention for Jackson's hat game—his fedora collection throughout the movie is impressive. His signature accessory feels authentic for a rock 'n' roll star, and I'm into copying his look as well.