Recently voted the most iconic movie dress of all time, this dress, and this moment were mortalised forever by Marilyn Monroe in the Seven Year Itch.
Oh Sandy, your sweet white frock was such a symbol of where you were at at the beginnning of the school year ...so innocent and in love.
It's hard to outdo the cakes in Marie Antoinette, but Kirsten Dunst did in her frothy, OTT confections.
There were many reasons Carrie Bradshaw's wedding didn't happen in the abomination that was the first SATC movie (let's not even mention the second). Partly because of this dress, and also because Bradshaw had a bird in her hair.
Julia Roberts in that red Givenchy dress in Pretty Woman, after she has her 'makeover'.
Basic Instinct. Sharon Stone. That dress. That scene.
Molly Ringwald's prom dress in 80s classic, Pretty in Pink.
Keira Knightley's impossibly beautiful emerald dress on that dreadful night that would change everything in Atonement.
Winona Ryder's 'doily dress' in ultimate 90s film, Reality Bites.
No list of iconic dresses in films would be complete without mention of Audrey Hepburn's little black dress in Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Scarlett O'Hara's curtain dress in the 1939 adaption of Margaret Mitchell's epic Gone with The Wind.
Katniss Everdeen's fire dresses in the Hunger Games trilogy.
Margot Tenenbaum's striped tennis dress in The Royal Tenenbaums was her signature.
Nobody puts Baby in the corner, especially not in this pretty pink dress. Ahhh, Dirty Dancing.
Princess Leia made turtleneck draped numbers a thing in Star Wars.
Va Va voom, Jessica Rabbit's red dress is entirely unforgettable.
You could choose from any of Amy Adams' original vintage, plunging gowns from the 1970s set American Hustle. Groovy as.
Dorothy's blue gingham frock is as memorable as her uttering that she was not in Kansas anymore.
Cate Blanchett in Elizabeth the Golden Age, as striking as her ruffled neckpiece.
Michelle Pfeiffer's unforgettable sequins in Oliver Stone's 1983 remake of Scarface.
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