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Lala Land: The clothes! I want them..

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RubyWinterstorm Fri 20-Jan-17 12:52:05

Pretty much would like to own all outfits Mia wears in the movie.

I know it's a bit retro and a bit twee, but that is exactly my cup of tea: a bit retro without it looking anything like fancy dress

I have a few people tree dresses that are in this style, any ideas for other shops?

Love the film, love the wardrobe...

anyone else?

Leirope Fri 20-Jan-17 14:10:48

I haven't seen it but you might like Lindy Bop or Collectif

http://www.lindybop.co.uk
https://www.collectif.co.uk

RubyWinterstorm Fri 20-Jan-17 19:09:14

Hmm, yes, but to me those are almost a bit fancy dress ..

Maybe I am just in love with the movie grin

Viviene12 Fri 20-Jan-17 19:11:35

I know what you mean! Loved the movie, loved the clothes. Watch Mad Men if you can smile I would kill for those dresses.

bingohandjob Sat 21-Jan-17 06:38:21

Take a look at Joanie joanieclothing.com I think they are more wearable than some of the more full on vintage looks.

Pradaqueen Sat 21-Jan-17 06:49:08

There was an article in last weekend's Saturday times (may have been Friday's) - sorry no links, which detailed where the stylists bought Mia's clothes. One outfit was H&M. The entire budget for the film was very low and do remember the technique meant that some colour was applied after shooting.The iconic yellow dress actually supposed to be a rehearsal dress but Emma stone loved it so much they kept it for the film. I think the article said that the flowers were hand painted on. As with all film work, I am sure that even high st stuff was tailored to fit in a certain way.

I loved the film and came out singing grin

herecomesthsun Sat 21-Jan-17 07:14:45

this article says all the clothes for Mia and the Gosling character were specially made, although they wanted the outfits to look ¨like real dresses¨ that non-super-wealthy people might wear, in keeping with those parts of the plot.

RubyWinterstorm Sat 21-Jan-17 07:41:21

Thanks, interesting!

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