STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK: The Annie Hall Look

Style Advice of the Week

As Fashionista/os, we are constantly drawing inspiration from people we see on TV, in the movies and magazines or possibly from the runway. This week’s STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK is inspired by the ’70s movie Annie Hall.

Proving femininity through more masculine-themed clothing was an on-screen fashion statement made throughout the film. In drawing inspiration from looks such as this Fashionista’s, we learn it doesn’t have to be all about the dresses and heels to leave a   wo-manly impression.

When I first spotted this Fashionista there was something very vintage about her outfit of choice. Although her clothes aren’t thrifted, she still manages to pull off a look that is timeless. Mostly relating her ensemble to the fashions seen in Annie Hall, there seems to be something very late ’70s about her that is reminiscent of the movie.

This idea that elements of menswear can be crossed over into the world of womenswear is perfectly emulated in this Fashionista’s ensemble. This Fashionista recreates this particular idea through her tailored blouse with the help of masculine shoes and a simple yet sophisticated belt.

Staying consistent with an all around neutral pallete, this Fashionista doesn’t stray away from gray, black and brown territory. Although not the most exciting colors on the specturm, pairing them together leaves a statement worth mentioning.

This Fashionista paired a black button-down with a pair of black high-waisted jeans and black oxford shoes. On top she accessorizes with a gray cardigan, overzied bag and vintage camera.

If you havn’t already seen the movie Annie Hall by Woody Allen, I recommend all Fashionista/os to do so. If not to gain inspiration from the late ’70s fashion that is displayed throughout the film, then do it for the young Diane Keaton—you won’t regret it.

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