One of the other things I enjoy is fashion. I don’t have an “eye” for it in terms of putting together things that also look good, but I do enjoy browsing new looks and finding pieces that I personally like. Sometimes I keep them, and other times I make the return because I try really hard to know what looks better on my body. I’m not a fan of the return of the 90s trends, but that’s a discussion for another day. My philosophy is to always try and look chic (using this term loosely, guys) and yet be classic over “hot minute” trends. Today I thought I’d look at a few TV shows or films and share some fashion inspired by movies and TV shows looks. Just for giggles.
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If you are into costume parties or anything of the sort, some of these might be fun. Some of these TV shows are older, and therefore may not be interesting, however I’m doing it anyway. Because I can – and it just seems fun. Other of these are a bit newer TV shows, but either way, here we go and let the hunting begin!
FASHION INSPIRED BY MOVIES AND TV SHOWS
1: ELIZABETH BENNET from PRIDE + PREJUDICE + ZOMBIES
Have a costume party? Consider going as the feisty Elizabeth Bennet from Pride + Prejudice + Zombies! Find some faux leggings, a lace-up ruffle top, a medieval steampunk blouse or even this navy “pirate” sleeve blouse with smocking detail. You can add an “edgy” lace up over the knee boot for that steampunk vibe. Plus, don’t forget to add a faux dagger, too!
I mean I had to include this beautiful live-action Disney film! Especially after reviewing Midnight Masquerade a Hallmark film that’s inspired by the Cinderella fairytale.
These dresses all seem tailor made for this styling! Including, but not limited to this beautiful off-shoulder tea length (check out that crisscross back, too!) Blue Tulle dress or this Blue Tulle (GemGrace) Dress or this off-shoulder Chiffon Long Dress (SheProm) or finally, this sequin bodice short style dress. Add a cute silver-y heel like these “Lilah” shoes, and a delicate earring and you’ve got an ensemble fit for a princess!
3: MABEL MORA from ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING
I’ve only seen a couple episodes of this one, but it’s good, just OVERLADDEN with heavy profanity. I’m certainly pulled into this one, but the profanity annoys me because it seems lazier (writing) than anything. However, lots of people seem to love Selena Gomez’s character, Mabel’s wardrobe, which is a pretty high end hybrid of classic and trend. So, I did find a few things that are similar.FIVE FASHION LOOKS INSPIRED BY MOVIES AND TV SHOWS #FASHION #TVANDFASHION #MOVIES #GOODMOVIES #MOVIESANDFASHION #ONLYMURDERSINTHEBUILDING #ONLYMURDERS #VIRGINRIVER Click To Tweet
Here’s a cozy (in appearance anyway!) faux fur coat in mustard. It’s sort of a hybrid of two of the coats she wears in the show. One being a shorter mustard length, the other a longer burnt orange color, with this mustard coat (from Amazon, so I cannot comment on quality; fashion is hit or miss there) falling in-between. Pair it with a chunky black sweater, black faux leather leggings and simple gold hoops (small, larger), and black combat boots, all from Target. There’s also this shorter faux fur sherpa jacket from Target in the color Mango.
4: MEL from VIRGIN RIVER
Mel has a very simple, and even ideal sense of style for living in the small mountain community of Virgin River. This cute green anorak jacket is similar to something she wears in season two over a fun flowy, and more girly dress. She also tends to wear oversized shirts like a cozy flannel or jean button down, usually with a pair of jeans, but I could maybe even see her wearing a variation of that with this faux leather button down shirt jacket. Maybe.
5: PEREGINE from MS. FISHER’S MODERN MURDER MYSTERIES
The colorful 60s fashion from Ms. Fisher is mostly fun! I’m not one for vintage everything, but a piece here and there is fun.
Achieve Ms. Fisher’s look (from series one promo shoots) with either one of these cute yellow pea coat styles! This double breasted wool coat (cannot speak to its quality) looks a bit more vintage versus this shawl collar “winter” coat, though both are from Amazon. If you want to add in the turquoise colors from the shoot, you can add a simple pullover teal sweater and pair it with a pair of black leggings or pants, and of course, some tall black boots!
Then there’s this sweet purple sweater with a fun button and collar detail you can pair with the same black boots, and either a skirt or black ankle pants. As one final, random “bonus” top I saw, there’s also this yellow three-quarter “loose” fit mock neck that looks 60s-ish.
Have you seen any of these? Did you like any or were they “blah” for your preferences? What type of fashionista are you; are you even a fan of fashion? Comment which look is more “you” or any fangirl-y thoughts you have! Let’s chat.
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