Spooky Style Inspiration From Classic Films

Tags: Halloween, Looks, Style Syllabus

Just because it’s Halloween doesn’t mean your style has to be scary! Use basics that are already in your closet to get some style inspiration from classic film looks. Here are our four stylist picks from 4 famous women in cinema that are party ready. 

Morticia Addams- The Addams Family 

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Morticia Addams

Morticia Addams brings spooky inspiration in her all-black color palette and demeanor. This flattering lace dress is perfect for cocktail parties or more formal evenings on less ghostly occasions. A long straight black wig, bold lip, and red nails complete the costume. 
 Lace Dress

Mrs. Robinson – The Graduate

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The Graduate style inspiration

Femme Fatale Mrs. Robinson is the epitome of elegance and mystery in this  1960’s drama. A leopard print cardigan is a modern wearable update to the fur coat. This look wouldn’t be complete without a pair of sexy leggings and cowl neck LBD. 
Cheetah Cardigan

Mia – Pulp Fiction

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Mia Pulp Fiction style inspiration

A wardrobe staple you can’t go wrong with, this essential linen shirt upgraded with mother-of-pearl snap buttons.  One of Uma Thurman’s most iconic roles as Mia in Pulp Fiction, this combo is simple but so recognizable.  A flat shoe, bob hairstyle, and black pant capture the essence of this crime boss wife. 

linen shirt

J.Jill Essential Linen Shirt

Holly Golightly – Breakfast at Tiffanys

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Breakfast at Tiffanys style inspiration

With the help of some accessories (and pastries), this sleeveless sheath dress can take you from the office to a Halloween soiree in pinch. The meticulous tailoring shape creates a flattering silhouette for a polished appearance just like Audrey’s. A dress you’ll be wearing for seasons to come. 

Sheath Dress

Louben Sleeveless Sheath Dress

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