Here in Philly, it's the perfect night to curl up with a bowl of popcorn and your favorite flick. Being as it is Thursday, I suggest a throwback movie.
And speaking of throwbacks, there are so many fashionable films out there. It's actually pretty rare for me to see a movie without seeing at least one outfit in it that I want to replicate.
So no, this is not your typical favorite movies with great outfits post. No Breakfast at Tiffany's or Gone With The Wind here (not that they aren't stylish flicks, they are just on everyone's list). Nope, we are simply talking my personal list of the most stylish movies I've seen in a very long time. Some you might have expected while others you may have never thought (or heard) of. But either way, sit back, relax and enjoy this Throwback Thursday.
Waiting to Exhale
Four amazing women and their even more amazing friendship and how it survives through some of life smoky painful moments.
Down With Love
A young and chic writer on the 1960's arrives at NYC with a strange and liberating philosophy.
Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion
Wealthy highschool kids in the 90's and their Beverly Hills antics. (RIP when Stacy Dash was cool)
The Devil Wears Prada
Take your dream job and your nightmare boss and put them together in this stylish film adaptation of the well loved book.
West Side Story
Romeo and Juliet meet 1950's NYC where race, sex, and love get put to famous stage numbers.
Romeo and Juliet
Speaking of Romeo and Juliet, this 1992 update to Shakespeare's Verona is a dizzy and druggy enduced drama with all the heartbreak of the original.
What happens when black love meets music and the city.
The grand and romantic journey of the Ancient Egyptian princess.
New Jack City
Drugs, crime, and a super sleekest cast.
A classic that still has us doing the hand jive.
Honestly probably the most ridiculous film here. But as a girl, I loved it. And as a woman, I love the outfits.
The journey of a timeless figure through the annals of history.
Thats all my picks. What are your favorite fashionable films? Comment below!