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VINTAGE STYLE GUIDE - Classic Film Inspired Fashion // Fancy That | HISSYFIT

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Heather shares her TOP 10 leading ladies in classic films that have inspired her personal style and vintage fashion trends as a whole! You can't go wrong taking style cues from the likes of Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe! VISIT US AT https://www.hissyfit.com for all things bad ass and beauty SUBSCRIBE TO HISSY FIT: https://www.youtube.com/c/hissyfit?sub_confirmation=1 Pretty Girl Flocco: http://bit.ly/2kfm2xL Fringe Binge with Monica: http://bit.ly/2kkDdjY For more original content from the dopest ladies on YouTube, subscribe to SNARLED: http://bit.ly/1UypD9n Follow Heather Instagram: @howtobefancy Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/HowtobeFancy easter parade, audrey hepburn, judy garland, funny face, gone with the wind, the holiday, an affair to remember, how to be a millionare, marilyn monroe, cheaper by the dozen, gidget, singin' in the rain
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HISSYFIT (1 year ago)
What movies or characters have inspired your style?
Dana Capodarco (1 year ago)
The films that I feel inspired my fashion are a mixture of comedies/ dramas from the mid-late 20th century. Films like What’s Up Doc? (’72) and Breathless (’60). Of course no mid-century wanna-be-fashionista doesn’t love (or mimic) Audrey Hepburn’s style in Roman Holiday (‘53), Breakfast at Tiffany’s (’61), Charade (’63), and one of your mentioned favorites, Funny Face (’57). There’s probably many more, but those are the few that come to mind. Despite them not being vintage, I noticed that some of Michel Gondry (Mood Indigo & Science of Sleep) and Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Amélie & The City of Lost Children) films, even the costume design from Down with Love (2003) have inspired my chose of dress due to their polished vintage vibe and everyday wear ability. I do wear a lot of modern/ in-fashion casual clothing, but for the most part my dress clothes and outerwear channels the leading ladies of the past.
CinnamonCari (1 year ago)
Hissy Fit The seventies as portrayed in Almost Famous. Every drag queen-related movie I've ever seen (mostly because of the confidence). But the most important influence was Amélie.
Gigi Forever (1 year ago)
I LOVE YOUR HAIR!!!
Moosegirl80 Moose (1 year ago)
Katerina Stratfords close were really influential
Moosegirl80 Moose (1 year ago)
Grease was a good one for fashion.
FridayKetchup (1 year ago)
Breakfast at Tiffany's taught me the importance of that amazing Little Black Dress. If you get the right one for your body type it can take you from casual walks in the city to after 5 evening wear. Change the shoes , hair and accessories and you're set.
BlueBanshee (1 year ago)
I love the 20s aesthetic. Bobs and pixie cuts are great.
Modern Retro Gal (1 year ago)
Love this!
Hello Dudettes (1 year ago)
Absolutely love your style!!!
Abby Maliski (1 year ago)
Thanks for the inspiration!

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