Along with sunnier days, sandal fever, and a whole lot of iced coffee, we're looking forward to the season's onslaught of silver-screen blockbusters, indie films, and of course, the inspiring movie fashion that comes with it. More specifically, we're dying to see Diane Kruger's opulent take on Marie Antoinette in Farewell, My Queen, how Blake Lively will manage her laid-back beachy style and juggle dating two best friends in Oliver Stone's Savages, or what Emma Stone's and Emma Watson's schoolgirl ensembles will look like in The Amazing Spider-Man and The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Just like our affinity to TV fashion, we love watching our favorite celebs transform into their onscreen characters, personality, panache, and all. Judging by the looks of this Summer's movie lineup, we're in for indie-cool separates, Italian vacation garb, and corseted costume drama. Take a peek at the flicks we're most excited to see and styles you can emulate and shop now.
When the heat is sweltering and you can literally fry an egg on the sidewalk, sometimes all you can do is stay inside with a fan, a glass of iced tea, and a good Summer movie — and even when it's not quite warm enough to hit the beach or lie in the park, watching a flick about the warm-weather months can get you in the right frame of mind, sartorially speaking. If you're like us and are missing the days of having zero worries in the Summer (when your only responsibilities in life were sleeping in, riding bikes with your friends, and packing for Summer camp), we've got a treat for you. From Marilyn Monroe's classic sexpot style in The Seven Year Itch to Vada Sultenfuss's tomboy cool in My Girl, we've culled some warm-weather wardrobe inspiration from some of our favorite Summer films. Click through to see and shop each look, and let us know your favorite Summer movie in the comments!
Anne Hathaway, Charlize Theron, Scarlett Johansson — this Summer's movies are full of leading ladies playing characters with a bad streak! In this week's episode of The Buzz, BuzzSugar editors Becky Kirsch and Shannon Vestal are giving you a preview of the stars we're most excited to see. Take a look!
For each of us, there are those quintessential things that will always mean Summer — baseball games, iced coffees, sundresses, late sunsets, and espadrilles. Likewise, there are those essential films that remind us of Summers past, and still inspire our Summer style today. Maybe it's a case of nostalgia, but we've been sifting through our favorite Summer movies and the ones we remember most for their fashionable influence. From Now and Then to Dirty Dancing, our editors each have a soft spot for these Summer stories and their style icons. Click through to see them all, and shop the pieces to get outfitted accordingly!
I can't believe Summer is nearly over, can you? It seems like just weeks ago that I was getting excited for the season's hot blockbuster guys and kicking off my Netflix Challenge. Now the warm weather is slowly fading, right along with its shirtless A-listers and onscreen romances. But before we do, let's pay homage to those films we loved most!
It's hard to even recall all of the Summer flicks that came and left theaters, but there are a few at the forefront of my mind, like The Kids Are All Right, Toy Story 3, and Inception. I'm sure I'm overlooking one or two as well. Which Summer film tops your list?
We've already had Robert Downey Jr. and Jake Gyllenhaal, but the best is yet to come for hot leading men in Summer movies. We have Bradley Cooper marking the release The A-Team, plus everyone from Tom Cruise to Paul Rudd to Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. I'm obviously pretty jazzed to see all of their flicks, so I've put together this very special video full of Summer eye candy from here on. Give yourself a Friday treat (note: there's more than one shirtless dude in the mix), and check it out!
I always love when June rolls around, because it signals the start of the Summer! That's when the real cinematic heavy-hitters come to theaters: big-budget action films like The Bourne Identity, raunchy-fun comedies like The Hangover, and superhero franchises (Spider-Man and Batman Begins both got their start in the warm-weather months). This week Iron Man 2 will help kick the season off, so to celebrate, play my fun game by telling me which Summer blockbuster of years past you enjoy most. Just click here or below to get started!
Is it really September already? I cannot believe it's Labor Day weekend and the Summer is drawing to a close. Before we start focusing on the films coming to theaters this Fall, though, let's cast a look back at the dog days of Summer and the movies that came with them (and made this season a box office record-breaker). I'll list the ones I found most enjoyable, and I hope you chime in with your favorites from Summer '09 as well.
Major audience hits The Hangover and Up have been in theaters for a few weeks now, but they both continue to draw in the masses. Now with the opening of the rom-com The Proposal and the Jack Black/Michael Cera comedy Year One, our options are expanding. What will you seek out at the theaters this weekend?