Fashion tips from your favorite holiday movies

Remember that wonderful feeling of happiness and inspiration after watching New Year's films, when you want to dress up a Christmas tree and hang garlands, even if it's summer? In addition to the positive attitude and the desire to decorate the whole house with tinsel, in these films there are very interesting fashion tips that we have collected for you. There are all the fashionable tricks from the turtleneck from the movie "Real Love" to the edible jewelry from the "Grinch". We are sure that everyone will find something interesting for himself!


In the British comedy Real Love, there is probably more turtleneck than steam. Decorated with a brooch, splashed with tears and used as part of the color scheme, the turtleneck appears as a protagonist in the wardrobe of "Real Love". Moreover, as we noticed, the stylists made sure that the color and texture of these turtlenecks corresponded to the character of the characters.


Everyone who watched "Exchange Holidays" knows that Iris (Kate Winslet) and Amanda (Cameron Diaz) are absolute opposites, but they are united by one fashionable technique: both British and American actively use neutral shades in their wardrobe. Amanda wears the so-called California chic, choosing snow-white shirts, cream sweaters with a crew neck and camel-shaped coats tailored to the figure, while Iris uses a thin scarf to make an evening out of her everyday look.


From edible jewelry to sculpted braids, the characters in the film show their New Year mood with hair accessories. Despite their eccentric noses and colorful costumes, festive styling is what really inspires while watching a movie. The cindy lou who hair head is decorated with a small cup, her mother chose curlers, and Marta May chose a piece of gift-shaped jewelry.


After living an entire conscious life in isolation, timid Edward Scissorhands leave his solitary lifestyle to join a pastel-colored suburb. Production designer Bo Welch explained that the palette of "greenish seafoam, butter, and dirty blue" was created to make this suburb a whole, although it seems to us that every character is associated with a particular color. On Kim Boggs (Winona Ryder) you can often see a soft lemon shade that accurately reflects her outlook on life. Her mother, Peg Boggs (Diane Uist), chooses calm purple, and Joyce (Katie Baker) adds a refreshing mint shade.


A retro classic, the American musical "White Christmas" is not only one of the favorite Christmas songs, but also fashionable tips for the holiday season. Bing Crosby and Danny Kay in funny costumes, Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen in sky blue lace - as you can see, it's all about the celebration.