Film Quizzes: Stylish and Iconic Female Outfits

I was on Art Gowns’ latest post and as usual, was blown away by her talent. On the comments section we discussed how I had done many film quizzes, but none as yet on fashion. So remedying that is my latest quiz which celebrates the beauty and originality of female outfits over the decades. As these looks are so timeless, it felt wrong to chronicle them, so the order is random. How many of the films they’re from can you get? Which grabs your attention the most?

Fashion Film 1

Red dress Film 2

Fashion green Film 3

fashion white dresses Film 4

fashion blue ball Film 5

fashion marilyn Film 6

fashion in movie Film 7

Fashion outsideFilm 8

fashion yellow Film 9

fashion blue Film 10

wallup.net Film 11

Fashion in films Film 12

Film Quiz - Inspirational Women Film 7 Film 13

fashion thandie newton Film 14

fashion suicide squad.jpg Film 15

Answers below

Film 1:  Gentleman Prefer Blondes   (1953)

Film 2:  Pretty Woman   (1990)

Film 3:  Atonement   (2007)

Film 4:  Dreamgirls   (2006)

Film 5:  Cinderella   (2015)

Film 6:  The Seven Year Itch   (1955)

Film 7:  Breakfast at Tiffany’s   (1961)

Film 8:  The Wizard of Oz   (1939)

Film 9:  Kill Bill Volume 1   (2003)

Film 10:  House of Flying Daggers   (2004)

Film 11:  Black Swan   (2010)

Film 12:  Clueless   (1995)

Film 13:  Legally Blonde   (2001)

Film 14:  The Chronicles of Riddick   (2004)

Film 15:  Suicide Squad   (2016)

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61 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: Stylish and Iconic Female Outfits

  1. 13/15, didn’t know the name of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. I also guessed The House of a Thousand Flying Daggers so can’t claim that I guess. Great quiz and plenty of room to do more along these lines.

  2. Ah! These are all fabulous! But I will always love Audrey Hepburn’s classic beauty in Breakfast At Tiffany’s. Great collection, Alex!

  3. I always notice the costuming but my favorite is the Cinderella because how it moved in the dancing segments, beautiful. I know the others, especially the older ones are iconic, Pretty Woman, Marilyn and Audrey Hepburn. But C is mesmerizing. I would have added Celize Theron in Snow White. : )

  4. 13/15. I could not tell the titles of 6 and 14. I did get Legally Blond right, but that is not because I have seen this film. It helped that I kind of know Reese Witherspoon’s filmography, without seeing even a fraction of her films. I saw this courtroom and her in your pic, then it must be Legally Blond, right? lol

  5. A new personal best – 11 out of 15!!!
    LOL! It will be a few months until the next Art Gown is done & the new one is just posted.
    Will reblog this sometime in between. Love it!

  6. oh my goodness, you’ve lined up most of my favourite films here. Cher from Clueless is a particular favourite I used to copy her style at school. I just missed the last one 😦 if I got them all right could you have arranged to have all the outfits delivered to mine hehe.
    Best wishes
    Charlotte

  7. Love this post! Just wanted to pop by and keep you posted. I’m still searching for the second….other element for my next Art Gown. It will be at least 3 months away! Looks like I’ll want to reblog this in 2 – 3 weeks. I’m try to stay paced. Hope all is well.

      • Well, I’m trying to make it better, and thank you. This is a perfect post to help keep things going between Art Gowns. I’ve started a new one, and I’m very excited, but she’s still at least 3 months away. I’m sketching more now…. gowns of course, and that should help!
        The reblog has 45 likes already, and some comments. It’s your post’s reblog, so feel free to pop by and weigh in on any of the comments. Up to you, and thank you for this fab post! 😀

      • It is always a pleasure to read your blog. I’m so glad we came up with the idea for the post. It has been great to read the comments. After a break from blogging I need to catch up on a lot of others now.

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