Movie Style Moments We'll Never, Ever Forget (and Still Want to Wear Today)

If we were to list all of our favourite movie style moments, we could go on and on and on, so instead we've decided to focus on the outfits that we still want to re-create in 2018. Not to dismiss the costume design in Breakfast at Tiffany's and Clueless, of course, but you can wear the following eight looks without people thinking you're dressed for Halloween early. From Gwyneth Paltrow's exquisite holiday outfit in The Talented Mr. Ripley to Keira Knightley's pitch-perfect evening gown in Atonement, these eight onscreen outfits are the ones we still dream of wearing.


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Keira Knightley's green silk dress from Atonement has led to a thousand copycats. 


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The backless white swimsuit Grace Kelly wore in High Society is exactly what we want to bring on our next trip.


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The wardrobe in The Talented Mr. Ripley has long been our ideal holiday aesthetic, and Gwyneth Paltrow's white shirt and silk scarf looped around her ponytail still look just as elegant in 2018.


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You'll find the blazers from Heathers in every street style gallery.


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Julia Roberts's style in Notting Hill is so 2018—berets, boxy white tees and Le Specs–esque sunglasses.


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This might not be an obvious style moment, but thanks to Meghan Markle and her white engagement look, we're once again really into this Maid in Manhattan Dolce & Gabbana coat.


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Hair slides and teddy-bear coats (as seen in the The Royal Tenenbaums) are still a winner in 2018.


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Polka-dot dress and white pumps… You could easily re-create this Pretty Woman look in Zara.

Emma Spedding