01/5Iconic 'fashionable' movies you can watch & rewatch to kill time during quarantine

Iconic 'fashionable' movies you can watch & rewatch to kill time during quarantine

It is the need of the hour to #StayHomeStaySafe but it is becoming increasingly challenging to keep our minds distracted and entertained while at it. It's a sad time for fashionistas as they can't step out in their best summer outfits yet. For now, the internet doesn't disappoint as a source to show that there's still some beauty left in the world. We've got you covered with a few classic movies that'll serve as the perfect timepass for a fashionista like yourself as well as major style inspirations. All you've to do is stream them online and revisit their oh-so-stylish world!


02/5​Confessions of A Shopaholic (2009)

​Confessions of A Shopaholic (2009)

A must watch for everyone who is addicted to shopping. Or pretty things! The costumes in this movie were specially designed by Patricia Field who indeed brought life to the wardrobe of shopaholic Rebecca Bloomwood (played by Isla Fisher). All we've ever wanted is to have a wardrobe like hers (minus all the debt), whether it is her ruffle dresses that are so in now or her statement coats.


03/5​The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

​The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

This is 'THE' fashion movie that has stood the test of time. Whether it is Andy's (played by Anne Hathway) long white coat or her black evening gown, these are clothes we'd love to have in our wardrobe even in 2020. The plot of the movie revolves around Andy, a college graduate, who lands a job at 'Runway' magazine as an assistant to diabolical editor Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep).


04/5​Pretty Woman (1990)

​Pretty Woman (1990)

'Pretty woman, walking down the street... pretty woman!' Oh, this song will already teleport you to the high street lanes of Los Angeles. Though a rom-com between a successful businessman (Richard Gere) and a sex worker (Julia Roberts), the movie is known for opening the doors to a new world of fashion. None of us can forget those thigh-high black boots or the red gown worn by Vivian. Edward had to fall hard for her in the modern Cinderella update!


05/5Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961)

Breakfast At Tiffany's (1961)

We all know where the black sheath dress trend started! Filmed in 1961, this movie was way ahead of its time as far as Holly Golightly's (played by Audrey Hepburn) wardrobe's concerned. Decades have passed by and nothing chicer and more elegant than her velvet gloves and pearls have been found. This movie has the aesthetic power to transport one into the vintage NY era!