"Marie Antoinette, despite its sumptuous costumes, production design, and appealing cast, seems frivolous and lightweight in comparison." - Cinema BlendI must admit I didn't pay the slightest attention to the action in the movie, when I saw it. The only thing I could concentrate on was the lifestyle shown in it. So fluffy, so angelic, so cupcake-like, so...wonderful. Every scene, every dress, every accessory is fantastic. Only I don't like Kirsten Dunst.
Things you'll need to copy Marie Antoinette style:
- bright pops of color
- wavy hairdo
- decorated hats
- ruffled collar dresses
- embellished satin shoes
- rhinestones all around
- a fan
- I actually think a fan is gorgeous, but don't even thing about getting a feathered one. It'd be ridiculous.
- Don't really wear dresses like Marie Antoinette's in maxi length. You can get similar designs nowadays, only shorter which look just as good.
- And finally, well, obviously don't overdo it, since it's an 18th century style after all.
Shoes to love:
Now that The 7 Most Fashionable Movies Ever series is over, if your a first time visitor or just would like to revise the list:
- Breakfast at Tiffany's
- Annie Hall
- Desperately Seeking Susan
- My Fair Lady
- The Royal Tenenbaums
- Marie Antoinette
What do you think about MFLL's fashionable movie toplist? What movies are on your list? xo