Style Inspired by Clueless
It’s been twenty years since Clueless was named Fashion Movie of the Year by WWD and Vogue. Luckily for us, the iconic 90s style created by costume designer Mona May is still majorly influential. Here’s a peek at some of our favorite looks.

Style Inspired by CluelessOveralls
These days it’s hard to miss this one-step, effortless staple. The denim piece has dominated both the runway and street.

Clueless Inspired StylePlaid
Preppy is back in a major way. An Ivy League fave, the pattern graced the runways on everything from outerwear to accessories.

Style Inspired by CluelessMini Backpack
The pint-sized accessory made famous by the Clueless crowd has become an absolute must-have for any fashionista.

Our Get the Look: Style Inspired by Clueless Boutique opened Sunday, July 19, at 11AM ET.

By Kasey Rowe, Assistant Fashion Editor

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July 19, 2015

Let’s just assume that by this point today, you have about 30 new items coming your way, courtesy of Cyber Monday. Major props.

Now, for reality: You will at some point have to turn those 30 items into outfits. And it will most likely happen at 7AM, five minutes before you sprint out the door.

Cloth for iPhone

Lucky for you and your purchases, Fashionista’s dishing on the closest thing to Cher Horowitz’s virtual closet we’ve found yet: an iPhone® app called Cloth (download it for free on iTunes). “Every time I put together a new outfit, I snap a pic with my iPhone and save it to Cloth with some organizational tags, like ‘fall’ ‘fashion week’ or ‘black tie,'” co-editor in chief Lauren Indvik writes. “When I wake up on a weekday morning, I don’t go to my closet to pick out an outfit – I just open up Cloth.”


Don’t have an iPhone? Hey, it’s still Monday…

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December 2, 2013