9 Best Dressed Movie Characters

So many movies, so much fashion, so little time.

1. Cher Horowitz-CluelessCher’s closet is a preppy girls’ dream, teeming with plaids and patterns. She devotes her time to giving makeovers, and even her frenemies acknowledge her daring style. She is never seen in the same look twice, and come on…her closet puts together outfits for her! 

2. Carrie Bradshaw- Sex and the CityFans waited almost ten years for Carrie’s fashion re-emergence, and they weren’t disappointed. The queen of high fashion showcased many more amazing ensembles when the Sex and the City movie came out in 2008. One of the highlights of the film was the amazing sequence when Carrie was photographed modeling bridal gowns for Vogue. If every bridal shoot ended with a complimentary wedding dress from Vivienne Westwood you can sign us up now! 

3. Holly Golightly- Breakfast at Tiffany’sWe all know the iconic black dress, but Holly’s wardrobe throughout the film is just as jaw dropping. Her trench coat look in the last scene of the film even inspired the likes of Blair Waldorf. Holly’s unique personality makes for a chic wardrobe, full of timeless staples we can emulate.

4. Sandy Olsen- GreaseSandy is a master at changing her style from day to night. Her flowy, feminine skirt and cardigan combos are the perfect look for the school day, but girl can sure turn that image around, rocking those iconic leather hot pants at the end of the movie. Sandy isn’t afraid to change up her style and take a risk, landing her a spot on our list. 

5. Satine- Moulin RougeIn true fashionista form, Satine believes that a statement necklace makes the outfit. Her wardrobe is chalk full of glamorous gowns, dripping with crystal and beaded detailing. There is so much drama and elegance in her get-ups, it’s no wonder she had multiple men fighting over her.

6. Daisy Buchanan- The Great GatsbyIf there’s one redeeming quality about Daisy, it is her fashion sense. The Jazz Era produced some of the most timeless outfits, with elegant evening gowns and frilly dresses worn at afternoon tea. Daisy also knows the value of good accessories since she frequently wears feathered headbands and pearl accents.  

7. Marie Antoinette- Marie AntoinetteWhat do you expect from the Queen of France? The intricate detailing and bright coloring of Marie’s gowns captivated moviegoers, and even won designer Milena Canonero an Academy Award for Best Costume Design. Each gown is different than the next, but they’re nothing short of regal. 

8. Andy Sachs- The Devil Wears PradaAndy’s transition from frumpy to couture may have been necessary for her job, but it proved to make her a more confident and competent person in the workplace. New hair and threads transformed Andy into the self-assured style icon that even had Miranda Priestly impressed…even if she would never admit it. 

9. Elizabeth Swann- Pirates of the CaribbeanElizabeth exemplifies the struggle that all collegiette’s feel when deciding what to wear.  She makes the choice between the uncomfortable yet beautiful dress, or super cozy boyfriend pants even more difficult with her effortless beauty. Her fashionable use of a military jacket was far ahead of its time, and she even managed to spice up her outfit while under a pirate attack.