’70s & Pure : Virgin Suicides (1999)

Lately I have been focusing more on adult women clothing in this feature. But there’s always room for teenage edition. Virgin Suicides (1999) is Sofia Coppola’s first feature film, based on a novel by Jeffrey Eugenides (confession : I have the copy but haven’t finished until now). This is one dark teenage movie, youthful with desolated tone. Added Air‘s music, this is one different movie about teen girls. Of course, it’s what make Sofia Coppola recognized by people and surely a great movie to start her career as a director.

Because the suppression of the story was about these sisters who were raised in authoritarian family, their image are innocent and pure. Set in the ’70s, the Lisbon sisters iconic clothing were floral dress, school uniforms and ’70s casual wardrobes. My personal favorite is the lace dress. Hope you enjoy these sets!

 White Lace Dress
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Floral Top and Hipster Jeans
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 Maxi White Floral Dress
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 Thank You, Polyvore

Please check out previous Fashion from Movies feature in this link.

This is a reformat post, as back in my first year of blogging, I once posted this same movie for fashion feature.


Readers, what do you think? Do you hate/love the movie? Or, any favorite from yours?