And on that note...
Holly Golightly: (Breakfast at Tiffany’s) The little black dress. Timeless. Classic. Perfect for accessorizing with some Ray Bans or, more importantly, jewelry. Bracelets, necklaces, earrings, brooches… and one amazing store carries it all- Zales. Hahaha, jk- go grab a croissant or something at Tiff.’s
Humbert Humbert: (Lolita) Rompers. There’s something so enchantingly alluring about a woman who embraces her childish side.
Daisy Buchanan: (The Great Gatsby)minidresses. Drop waists, sequins, beading. The glamour of the twenties is back, and though Daisy might be a bit more demure herself, her world is filled with all those glamoured up creatures called flappers, and she is all about the class. Specifically the upper-class.
Anne Shirley: (Anne of Green Gables) Structured jackets. Why, they’re almost like a modern-day puffed sleeves! And Anne Shirley Fucking. Loves. Puffed. Sleeves.
Cruella de Vil: (The Hundred and One Dalmations)* Fur coats. Real fur. None of this faux crap. The more exotic, the better.