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I love film. I love getting my fashion inspiration from film. I love horror. And, I love Halloween. So, it should be no surprise that this year’s Halloween post is inspired by the horror film “Halloween” (the original version). Below are my favorite looks from this creepy flick along with some suggested modern-day pieces inspired by “Halloween.”
Nothing says you’re about to be killed like a 1960s schoolgirl outfit! Poor Michaels’s sister. She was pretty stylish before her little brother stabbed her.
Inspired by Michael’s sister:
How dapper is Dr. Loomis in his corduroy suit and fedora? In the 21st century, I recommend wearing the corduroy jacket with a pair of jeans or khakis.
Inspired by Dr. Loomis:
Check out these sassy 1970s high school jail-bait girls. They’re cracking sexual jokes and smoking a cigarette. It’s like they’re just begging to be murdered. What I love is the way Laurie’s friends do a tone-on-tone paired with denim, while Laurie keeps her cardigan and floral skirt in the same color scheme but breaks them apart with a green turtleneck.
Inspired by Laurie and friends:
Of course, my favorite “Halloween” look is Laurie’s babysitting outfit: high-waisted jeans, a simple blue button down shirt and a black sweater. Effortless chic. That is, until Michael showed up.
Inspired by Laurie:
Images from the movie “Halloween” copyright Anchor Bay Entertainment.