For fashion-forward women, there's nothing more important in a film than the clothes. After all, one well-costumed movie can inspire your entire wardrobe. Trust us—we're still trying to master Diane Keaton's effortless style from Annie Hall.
No matter the time or style era of these films, there's a little something for everyone to enjoy. From Blow Up to The Beguiled, we've lined up 14 fashion-filled films to help inspire your 2018 look.
Check out the 14 movie-inspired wardrobes we can't way to try out IRL.
Factory Girl (2006)
Based on the true story of '60s style icon and Andy Warhol's muse, Edie Sedgwick, Factory Girl is about a lot more than fashion. However, if you're a fan of oversize earrings and mod minidresses, this is a must-watch.
Blow Up (1966)
An absolute classic for any fashion-film buffs, Blow Up follows a '60s fashion photographer, believed to be based on famous Swinging London photographer David Bailey. If that's not enough to convince you to check out this film, the movie features none other than Jane Birkin.
Alfie has a lot more to offer than just Jude Law in a well-fitted suit. Per usual, Sienna Miller stuns with her performance and awe-worthy wardrobe. From oversize menswear to glamorous party attire, you'll be fawning over her clothes far beyond the credits.
Marie Antoinette (2006)
With an Oscar win for Best Achievement in Costume Design, it would be unacceptable to leave this film off our list. For those of you fawning over delicate dresses and oversize sleeves, you have Milena Canonero (the film's costume designer) to thank.
A star-studded cast, an unbeatable soundtrack, and an Oscar-winning costume designer come together to create this epic musical drama following two beautiful and talented women on trial for murder in 1920s Chicago. Dare we say more?
Annie Hall (1977)
While we basically love any movie starring Diane Keaton, this one takes the cake. Not only is her performance as Annie Hall absolutely brilliant, but her character's style will awe us for years to come.
The Royal Tenenbaums (2001)
With just about any Wes Anderson flick, you can expect a dreamy cast and cool sets and costumes. However, when Fendi designed a one-of-a-kind fur coat for one of its characters, the film became iconic in the fashion world.
For those of you with an eye for aesthetics, Woodshock is right up your alley. With a style that combines the vibes of Twin Peaks and The Virgin Suicides,it's impossible not to fall into a dreamy trance throughout this haunting film.
Almost Famous (2000)
Almost Famous has one of those wardrobes that we'll continue to try and master time and time again. It seems impossible to pull off fringe and eyelet lace quite like Penny Lane—but hey, it doesn't hurt to try.
The Beguiled (2017)
Like with Marie Antoinette, we can thank The Beguiled for all the dreamy fashion pieces we fell in love with this film year. With a cast including Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning, it's no wonder that this film has already won numerous awards and became a fashion-fan favorite.
The Great Gatsby (1974)
Sure, the modern version was flashy and filled with grandeur, but there's nothing like a classic film to get us in the mood for vintage shopping. The '20s alone were a high point for fashion, but Mia Farrow's wardrobe for the film will always be the epitome of classy.
The first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Atonement is the emerald green satin gown worn by Kiera Knightley in the film. Blame our blind spot for anything non-fashion related, but it was absolutely brilliant. After all, it did win a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture.