The Hunger Games: Katniss Everdeen
You’re sure to be recognized dressed as the protagonist of the hottest blockbuster. This utilitarian jacket paired with tough buckle boots may actually win you a best-dressed superlative at the next Hunger Games premiere. Hopefully that means they’ll let you live (at least long enough to tell them where you got your boots).
The Avengers: The Black Widow
Follow in the inhumanely gorgeous footsteps of Scarlett Johansson as Natasha Romanoff, aka the Black Widow, with an all-leather look. The sleek leather pieces required to emulate her sleek style are wardrobe staples you’ll wear again and again.
The Great Gatsby: Daisy Buchanan
You’ll be ahead of the curve dressed as F. Scott Fitzgerald’s tragic heroine (the much anticipated film adaptation of the novel was moved to spring 2013.) The sequins and fringe on this party dress are a very literal reference to the Roaring Twenties. A crystal embellished cuff and headband capture the opulence of the Jazz Age with a modern twist.
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo: Lisbeth Salander
Capture Lisbeth’s tough-girl attitude with a classic motorcycle jacket. (This one’s been flying off shelves, literally!) Pair it with this edgy screen-printed hoodie, which you can bring to yoga after. A few hard-hitting accessories tie the look together. Piercings and asymmetrical pixie cut optional.
Kate and Pippa Middleton
Whether you’re stepping out solo or with your best gal pal for some sisterly bonding, we’ve got two of the most indelible dresses from across the pond. This royal blue wrap dress channels the Duchess’ iconic engagement portrait look, while the slinky white shift is a nod to one of history’s most photographed bridesmaid gowns. The shortened hemline renders this dress more practical than the floor-length frock baby sis sported at the royal nuptials.