Don't Call It A Comeback: 5 Trends We've Stolen From Favorite Film Characters

Don’t Call It A Comeback: 5 Trends We’ve Stolen From Favorite Film Characters

As we all know, fashion is very cyclical. And if you pay close attention to some of the current trends, you may notice that they’ve appeared before in classic movies before. Forget about the dramatic dresses Scarlett O’Hara wore in “Gone with the Wind!” We’re talking fun crop tops, bold lipstick and bralettes that give major attitude.

We found five trends that some of our favorite characters wore in a few special movies. Peep them on below and on the next pages!

1. Nola Darling’sbouffant in “She’s Gotta Have It”

Permed or natural the bouffant hairstyle has reemerged, with people like Janelle Monae rocking the look in a sophisticated way. Nola Darling, who played the quintessential Brooklyn woman, sported the hairstyle in Spike Lee’s first major film in 1986.

  • NeaJ

    I thought a jumpsuit was one-piece. Didn’t Sidney’s outfit has two?