International Women’s Day – Fave film heroines

Happy International Women’s Day! We thought we’d celebrate with a blogpost dedicated to a handful of our favourite film heroines.

Kate styles her heroine:

Faye Dunaway as Bonnie Parker from Bonnie & Clyde (1967)

Based on the true story of Clyde Barrow, a convicted armed robber who sweeps Bonnie Parker, an impressionable small town waitress, off her feet and the two embark on one of the most infamous bank robbing sprees in history.

International Women's Day - Favourite Film Heroines

International Women's Day - Favourite Film Heroines

1970s Cashmillion dress £42 & silk scarf £12 from Pick up Sticks Vintage with vintage green hat £9 from Hearts & Guns

 

 

Laura styles her heroine:

Alicia Silverstone as Cherilyn ‘Cher’ Horowitz in Clueless (1995)

A coming of age comedy loosely based on Jane Austen’s 1815 novel ‘Emma’, updated to a modern Beverley Hills setting.

International Women's Day - Favourite Film Heroines

International Women's Day - Favourite Film Heroines

White lace angel top £48 & wool pleated skirt £24 by Hearts & Guns, with black velvet jacket with cream satin collar £58 from Pick up Sticks Vintage and ‘Tooth of the Hound’ £38 handbag handmade by The Emperor’s Old Clothes

 

 

Franco styles her heroine:

Salma Hayek as Frida Kahlo (2002)

A biopic film depicting the life of surrealist Mexican painter Frida Kahlo.

International Women's Day - Favourite Film Heroines

International Women's Day - Favourite Film Heroines

Embroidered top from Oaxaca Mexico £32 from Palomita, leather shorts £34 from Hearts & Guns with trade bead necklaces £38/£42 & Hmong bag £78 from Pick up Sticks Vintage

 

Cecily styles her heroine:

Winona Ryder as Charlotte Flax in Mermaids (1990)

An unconventional single mother relocates her two daughters to a small Massachusetts town in 1963.

International Women's Day - Favourite Film Heroines

International Women's Day - Favourite Film Heroines

1960s black velvet dress £58 from Pick up Sticks Vintage with heart necklace £15 by Luna Noir

 

Who is your favourite film heroine?

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