Top 3 Styles Inspired by All-Time Favorite Holiday Movies
Posted: Dec 03 2014 by Lookbook Store
December is finally here.
And so the countdown begins.
To start it right, it's time to get high and get drunk on our favorite Christmas classic movies to pump up the Yuletide spirit.
And while you're at it, you might want to get sartorially inspired by the movies' fashion styles. That always happens to a lot of us here so it's really worth to go on a movie marathon.
In fact, here are our top 3 all-time favorite Christmas movies where you can get really great style inspirations. Just personalize them to give them a modern and trendy twist.
Top # 3 A Charlie Brown Christmas
Although this musical animated TV show is only 25 minutes long, it has garnered prestigious awards, such as Peabody and Emmy award. But that's not the reason this TV show has made it to our list.
Apart from the fact that the show reminds us of the true reason we celebrate Christmas, the female characters in the Charlie Brown animated series are pretty rad when it comes styling. Remember the drop-waist dresses? Oh, yeah.
For this particular animated show, though, we like how their coats look cozy.
Top #2 The Family Stone
We love how Rachel McAdams did a stellar performance in this film, which, by the way, earned her a Teen Choice Award. Besides that, her stylist did a pretty good job at nailing the perfect outfit to wear to Christmas morning gift openings. Just so cozy and cool!
Top # 1 White Christmas
This classic film is in our number one spot for a very good reason. Not only is the Irving Berlin-composed "White Christmas" a classic favorite in the Yuletide season, the same-titled movie is an epitome of old Hollywood glamour. Indeed, Betty's dresses (played by the elegant Rosemary Clooney) is a fail-proof take to any black-tie Christmas parties.
And there you have them. Our top three holiday films to get fashion inspirations.
So what about you? What are your favorite Christmas movies that are sartorially inspiring? Please share them at the comments section below.