Fashion that Inspires

Last week I found myself perusing through Netflix to find a movie.  I stumbled across an old classic.  The fashion of this movie completely inspired me, so obviously I wanted to share it. Maybe you'll find yourself equally inspired.

The designs for this movie were designed by none other than William Travilla.  I believe his designs can best be described as stunning.

Here are a few pieces I found similar to the original designs.  I love them too.

How to Marry a Millionaire

Yellow cocktail dress / Oscar de la Renta / Mango bow print dress, $195 / Lanvin / J.Crew ruched swimwear / TIBI sandals / Jimmy Choo high heels / Christian Louboutin , $355 / Sergio Rossi high heel platform sandals / Kate Spade leather shoes / Mar y Sol raffia beach tote / Peacock purse / Nine West / Jimmy Choo python purse


  1. I love "How to Marry a Millionaire". It's one of my all time favorites! You didn't even touch base on all the crazy outfits during the fasion show. That could be a whole new post!

  2. I've never seen this one :) Need to add it to my list. Love all things vintage, movies included :)



  3. Love this post. I am a huge fan of "How to Marry a Millionaire" as well as a devotee of 1940s-1950s fashion. I personally try to incorporate and use the era as inspiration for my own style. Classics are classics for a reason. :)

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