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I Married A Witch

It doesn't get more classic than bombshell Veronica Lake playing a gorg 300-year-old witch, who wreaks havoc when she falls in love with a politician. This black and white film is chock-full of fashionable little numbers, but we're dying extra over that chic black puff-sleeve dress.

I Married A Witch
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Beetlejuice

This one deserves a spot on our list for so many reasons. Not only does Lidia Deets convince you that big brimmed hats, pointy bangs and gothic lace dresses are cute, but the house and furnishings deserve a mention of their own. We could honestly see ourselves living there, among the sharp ’80s realness — dare we say 'Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice!'

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The Addams Family

Another obvious choice when it comes to gorgeous and ghoulish garbs. Both Morticia and Wednesday Addams are every goth girl's fashion inspo. From the not-so-maternal mother’s blood-red nails and sleek black locks, to the eldest sister’s perfectly pressed black uniform dress and symmetrical braids — these looks could truly kill.

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The Witches of Eastwick

This ’80s feature showcases some fabulous fits from not only one witch, but three. And who could beat this actual dream crew cast?! Cher, Susan Sarandon and Michelle Pfeiffer — all in their big-hair-don't-care prime — donning heels with socks, polka dot bathers, butterfly clips and quite frankly inspiring silk pyjamas... Honestly, we want to be all of them!

The Witches of Eastwick
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Bram Stoker's Dracula

An all-time classic, Bram Stocker's 'Dracula' literally slays with style. The fashion highlight of this film is obviously Lucy's elaborate Victorian-inspired ensemble, with oversized collar and intricately detailed frock when she rises from the dead. Talk about an entrance! And lest us not forget another fashionable mention: dear old Dracula's fabulous and bulbous up-do.

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The Love Witch

If you're a Lana Del Rey fan, then you'll absolutely love this film. This technicolour treat is nothing short of looks you'll immediately fall for. Sit down with this kitschy horror flick, take a swig of love potion and get lost in those dreamy blue-lined eyes.

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The Neon Demon

Visually stimulating on all levels, 'The Neon Demon' is a must-watch for fashion aficionados. Elle Fanning plays an up-and-coming model in LA, showcasing extreme looks ft. glitter and blood! Seriously, this one is scary-stunning, in the most inspiring way.

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Death Becomes Her

Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn make immortality look gooooood. Well, at least for the first half of the film. Rest assured the fashion they serve lives strong, from dreamy night gowns to stunning evening dresses you'd quite happily be caught dead in. Another worthy mention is Isabella Rossellini's ensemble: layer upon layer of necklaces worn as a top. Um, yes please!

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The Eyes of Laura Mars

This film is F-A-S-H-I-O-N. Faye Dunaway serves you stylish sophistication as an edgy photographer — think Helmut Newton, but more gore. Her drop-dead gorgeous photo shoots become a bit too, well, real. Another style shout out goes to her chic mirror-ridden apartment, a selfie moment dream. Or nightmare?! Dun-dun!

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The Craft

'The Craft' is a huge ’90s mood, which is why it earns a spot on our list (even though we've seen it 10,000 times). We're def guilty of recreating and all of the looks you see throughout the film — if not basing our entire personal brand upon it during high school. Grab some incense, press play and get ready to add a black lipstick to cart tomorrow.

The Craft
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